Ezekiel was not quoting the Law; the LORD was speaking directly to Israel at that time (see verse 1). Thus, what God wanted the offering to be in Ezekiel’s time was different than what He wanted in the time of Moses, 1 but this certainly does not represent a contradiction. Perhaps the people were poorer when Ezekiel gave the command due to their previous captivity, which is why God reduced the requirement by a lamb and a young bullock.
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