7 Don't marry a whore or a divorced woman. (Because priests are holy to me.)
9 If your daughter plays the whore, burn her to death. (Because she has profaned you.)
11 Don't come near any dead bodies. (Not even your father or mother.)
15 Don't profane your seed among the people. (Because I sanctify you.)
17-21 Any man who has a blemish, or is blind, lame, short, or has a flat nose, or damaged testicles, or broken hands or feet, or a crooked back, or who has scurvy or scabs, or who has anything superfluous must not approach my altar.
222 Stay away from holy things while you
have your uncleanness upon you.
4-6 If a priest has leprosy, or a running issue, or has touched an unclean dead thing, or has
touched a man whose seed has gone from him, or has touched a creeping thing, he is unclean until the evening and shall not eat the holy things until he washes his flesh with
10 No stranger or hired servant shall eat holy things.
11 But if a priest buys a slave, the slave shall eat the holy things.
20 Don't offer me any animals that have a blemish.
22 They must not be blind, broken, maimed, diseased, or scabbed.
23-24 Don't sacrifice animals to me that have anything missing or superfluous, or is bruised, crushed, broken, or cut.
25 And don't offer me animals that you've obtained from strangers.
Their animals are always filled with corruption and blemishes. I won't accept them.
10-11 There was a fight between an Israelite man
and a man whose mother was an Israelite but whose father was an Egyptian. During the fight, the son of the Egyptian man cursed and
blasphemed the name of the Lord. So they brought him to Moses to ask what to do about it.
39-40 If your brother becomes poor and you buy him as a slave, treat him more like a servant
than a slave. And give him his freedom on the jubilee year.
44 Buy some heathen neighbors for slaves. They and their families are to be your possessions
45-46 When you die, your children will inherit your heathen slaves as their possessions.
A few more words about this episode
Sabbath and Jubilee years (25:20)
If you're wondering if the sabbath and jubilee years are still observed by Jews today, the answer is yes and no. Sabbath years are still observed in Israel, the last one was in 2021-22. But the jubilee years haven't been observed since the destruction of the second temple in 7 CE.