Loyal fans may have noticed the Hollywood actor has been keeping a low-profile ever since news broke that he had split from wife Missy Peregrym after 10 months of marriage.
But on Monday morning, the 34-year-old actor resurfaced in New York City for his highly anticipated new gig.
In support of NBC Upfronts, Levi made his way to Radio City Music Hall to promote .
Ladies, you will be happy to know he is looking A-OK.
Wearing khaki pants and a blue button-down, Levi made his way down the streets of New York early in the day before suiting up on the red carpet.
He was later spotted hanging out with his co-star Jack Coleman., I'm honored to have the opportunity to bring more of that world to life, and excited to help in offering the fans of the franchise an epic new installation of a series that made such a huge impact on entertainment."E!
These scholars suspect that it may simply mean priest, either as a loan word from the Minaean lawi'u, meaning priest, or by referring to those people who were joined to the ark of the covenant.
Another possibility is that the Levites originated as migrants, and that the name Levites indicates their joining with either the Israelites in general, or the earlier Israelite priesthood in particular.
Some textual scholars date the Blessing of Jacob to a period between just one and two centuries prior to the Babylonian captivity, and some Biblical scholars regard this curse, and Dinah herself as an aetiological postdiction to explain the fates of the tribe of Simeon and the Levites, with one possible explanation of the Levites' scattered nature being that the priesthood was originally open to any tribe, but gradually became seen as a distinct tribe itself (the Levites).
A similar genealogy is given in the Book of Exodus, where it is added that among Kohath's sons was one—Amram—who married a woman named Jochebed, who was closely related to his father, and they were the biological parents of Moses, Aaron, and Miriam; and the Septuagint mentions that she was one of his father's sisters.
The Masoretic Text's version of Levi's genealogy thus implies (and in Numbers , explicitly states) that Levi also had a daughter (Jochebed), and the Septuagint implies further daughters.
The names of Levi's sons, and possible daughter, are interpreted in classical rabbinical literature as being reflections on their future destiny.