SEV Biblia, Chapter 15:24 será que, si el pecado fue hecho por yerro con ignorancia de la congregación, toda la congregación ofrecerá un novillo en holocausto, en olor grato al SEÑOR, con su presente y su libación, conforme a la ley; y un macho cabrío en expiación.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Numbers 15:24 Verse 24. If aught be committed by ignorance] See the notes on Lev. iv. 2, and v. 17. The case here probably refers to the whole congregation; the cases above, to the sin of an individual.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 24. Then it shall be, if [ought] be committed by ignorance , etc.] Of the law of God, not clearly understanding the meaning of it, or not knowing of the several precepts of it, and the circumstances of each, and the manner of performing obedience thereunto: without the knowledge of the congregation ; or they being ignorant of the true intent of the law and form of obeying it; for this is to be understood not of the sin of a private person through ignorance, but of the body of the people; or of a congregation of them in some particular place, ignorantly and unawares falling into idolatry, or rather into a breach of any of the laws of God, moral or ceremonial: that all the congregation shall offer one young bullock for a burnt offering, for a sweet savour unto the Lord ; as an acceptable sacrifice to him; by which it appears that this law is different from that in ( Leviticus 4:13-21); since the bullock there was for a sin offering, this for a burnt offering; and besides another creature was to be for a sin offering, as after expressed: with his meat offering and his drink offering, according to the manner ; a meat offering, consisting of such a quantity of flour and oil, and a drink offering of such a quantity of wine as directed to, ( Numbers 15:9,10); and one kid of the goats for a sin offering ; which though mentioned last was offered first, as an expiatory sacrifice for sin, typical of Christ, who was made an offering for sin, and then the burnt offering by way of thankfulness for the acceptance of the other.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 22-29 - Though ignorance will in a degree excuse, it will not justify those wh might have known their Lord's will, yet did it not. David prayed to be cleansed from his secret faults, those sins which he himself was no aware of. Sins committed ignorantly, shall be forgiven through Chris the great Sacrifice, who, when he offered up himself once for all upo the cross, seemed to explain one part of the intention of his offering in that prayer, Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do It looked favourably upon the Gentiles, that this law of atoning for sins of ignorance, is expressly made to extend to those who wer strangers to Israel.
Original Hebrew והיה 1961 אם 518 מעיני 5869 העדה 5712 נעשׂתה 6213 לשׁגגה 7684 ועשׂו 6213 כל 3605 העדה 5712 פר 6499 בן 1121 בקר 1241 אחד 259 לעלה 5930 לריח 7381 ניחח 5207 ליהוה 3068 ומנחתו 4503 ונסכו 5262 כמשׁפט 4941 ושׂעיר 8163 עזים 5795 אחד 259 לחטת׃ 2403