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Mikdash, Closeness to God, and the Dangers of Unbridled Religious Passion

What follows is the post that I made this week on my parsha website, The Weekly Parsha.   I post it here as well because of its relevance to the daf yomi and the learning of seder Kodoshim.  Also highly relevant … Continue reading

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Tzav and Vayikra – Some Additional Thoughts

In two recent posts we discussed the differences between Tzav and Vayikra.  In one, we looked at the difference in the order of the korbanot, and in the other we looked at how the portion of the sacrifices that the … Continue reading

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Parshat Tzav – Korbanot from Two Different Perspectives

I would like to share with you a thought on this week’s parasha, which is intimately connected with the themes of Zevachim and Menachot.  It was originally posted on my website, A Message from the Rosh Yeshiva, where I post weekly on the parasha … Continue reading

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