The Book of Leviticus (New International Commentary on the Old Testament)
Gordon J. Wenham
According to at least one reviewer, this is the best commentary on any book of the Bible. Wenham's former student Jay Sklar calls it 'clear, concise, readable.' He added that Wehham 'usually ends each chapter with very helpful bridges to New Testament application.'
Leviticus: Geneva Series of Commentaries
No book in the Bible contains more of the very words of God than Leviticus, Bonar observes. His commentary, though based on sound exegesis, is marked by simplicity. He makes spiritual application, for, as he says, 'The gospel of the grace of God, with all that follows in its train, may be found in Leviticus. This is the glorious attraction of the book to every reader who feels himself a sinner.'
Holiness to the Lord: A Guide to the Exposition of the Book of Leviticus
Allen P. Ross
Leviticus not only describes the complete religious system of ancient Israel, it also lays the theological foundation for the Christian gospel. Ross carefully explains Leviticus within its context in the ancient world. Then he traces the development of God's plan of salvation—how Leviticus' laws, rituals, symbols, and events prepared for the complete revelation in Jesus Christ. Finally, Ross offers helpful ideas for correlating Leviticus to New Testament teachings (particularly Romans, Hebrews, and Peter) and for applying the material in relevant expository form.
Leviticus: A Mentor Commentary
Robert I. Vasholz
Fundamental elements in the Book of Leviticus are both universal and relevant to the contemporary scene. What Christian would say that love your neighbor as yourself, the second greatest commandment, should be relegated to the past? Hebrews particularly expounds on Leviticus; it is close to impossible to comprehend parts of Hebrews without reference to Leviticus.