<![CDATA[If you've ever read the Old Testament, you know that there were a series of animal sacrifices that were required of the Israelites in worshipping God. The thing about an animal sacrifice was that you could come on a feast day, or Sabbath, bring an animal for the priest to kill and offer on the brazen altar, and then go home. You had performed your religious duty, now all you had to do was read the scrolls, try not to break one of the commands, say three prayers, and fast once a week, and you were a pretty-good Jew. Of course, if you were the animal that was sacrificed, it wasn't a very sweet deal.]]>
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