Something that tends to be overlooked with regards to those verses is the fact that both the Laws of Moses and the prophets all agree that the sacrifices will continue for ever. Indeed, Ezekiel makes the point that in the restored Temple, once the Messiah comes, there will be no need for sacrifices of atonement, but the sacrifices of thanksgiving will continue. The verses that you quote above merely point out that sacrificing entire HERDS of oxen will do no good if you don't sincerely repent AND attempt to correct the error.<quoted text>
I understand the source of your confusion. Were we not limited in the number of characters we may use in Topix posts, I would have continued my post on to the zinger. I was hopeful anyone whose interest was piqued in the subject would have looked up and read the entire chapter himself. In any event, you are to be commended not only for your interest, but for the sharpness of your eye as well. I'll continue onward from the last quoted verse to the verse that - due to space constraints - was left unposted:
"I will praise the name of God with a song, and will magnify him with thanksgiving.(Psalms 69:30)
"This also shall please the LORD better than an ox or bullock that hath horns and hoofs." (Psalms 69:31)
And that is why the nonsense of Jesus as any sort of atonement is just that: nonsense.