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“person.” The Hebrew is more literally “soul,” standing for the person themself, and it occurs twice in this verse.

“those who have familiar spirits.” See commentary on Deuteronomy 18:11.

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“make yourselves holy.” The people were to do what it took to make themselves holy in the sight of God (cp. Lev. 11:44). [For more on “make yourselves holy,” see commentary on Joshua 3:5].

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“who has a familiar spirit.” See commentary on Deuteronomy 18:11.

“death, yes, death.” The Hebrew text repeats the verb for “put to death” twice, thus using the figure of speech polyptoton for emphasis. [For more on polyptoton and the way it is translated, see commentary on Gen. 2:16].

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