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Elizabeth was a Levite

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Submitted by Michael S (United States), Aug 15, 2016 at 02:41

Why should she be? Elizabeth was certainly NOT a descendant of David. She was the wife of a priest; and priests married descendants of Levi.

Leviticus 21 (NIV):
13"The high priest may marry only a virgin. 14He may not marry a widow, a woman who is divorced, or a woman who has defiled herself by prostitution. She must be a virgin from his own clan...

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