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为大祭司赎罪

3“如果受膏的祭司犯了罪,使人民陷在罪里,他就要为自己所犯的罪,献一头没有残疾的公牛给耶和华作赎罪祭。
3If the priest that is anointed do sin according to the sin of the people; then let him bring for his sin, which he hath sinned, a young bullock without blemish unto the LORD for a sin offering.
3 Verse 3. If the priest that is anointed] Meaning, most

probably, the high priest. According to the sin of the people;

for although he had greater advantages than the people could

have, in being more conversant with the law of God, and his lips

should understand and preserve knowledge, yet it was possible

even for him, in that time in which the word of God had not been

fully revealed, to transgress through ignorance; and his

transgression might have the very worst tendency, because the

people might be thereby led into sin. Hence several critics

understand this passage in this way, and translate it thus: If

the anointed priest shall lead the people to sin; or, literally,

if the anointed priest shall sin to the sin of the people; that

is, so as to cause the people to transgress, the shepherd going

astray, and the sheep following after him.