And one goat [for] a sin offering, to make atonement for you.
] For notwithstanding all their services and sacrifices, and though this day was an holy convocation, yet there was need of a sin offering to expiate their guilt, typical of Christ, who takes away the sins of our holy things as well as all other sins: this sin offering also was of that sort which were eaten; for Maimonides says F11, the goat of the sin offering was eaten on the second day of the passover, which was the sixteenth of Nisan.
F11 Maimon. Hilchot Tamidin, c. 7. sect. 3.