Leviticus 13:38

Leviticus 13:38

If a man also, or a woman
One or the other, for the law concerning leprosy respecteth both: have in the skin of their flesh bright spots;
and them only; not any rising or swelling, nor scab, nor scall, nor boil, nor burning, only bright spots, a sort of freckles or morphew: [even] white bright spots;
these, Ben Gersom observes, are white spots, but not plagues; and which were in whiteness inferior to the four species of the plague of leprosy, the white spot, the white swelling, and the scab of each.

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