“When an ordinary member of the congregation sins unintentionally, straying from one of the commandments of God which must not be broken, he is guilty. When he is made aware of his sin, he shall bring a goat, a female without any defect, and offer it for his sin, lay his hand on the head of the Absolution-Offering, and slaughter it at the place of the Whole-Burnt-Offering. The priest will take some of its blood with his finger, smear it on the horns of the Altar of Whole-Burnt-Offering, and pour the rest at the base of the Altar. Finally, he’ll take out all the fat, the same as with the Peace-Offerings, and burn it on the Altar for a pleasing fragrance to God. “In this way, the priest makes atonement for him and he’s forgiven.
and he shall set his hand upon the head of the sacrifice which is for [the] sin (and he shall put his hand on the head of the sin offering,) and he shall offer it in the place of [the] burnt sacrifice.
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