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The high priest should have been praying for his generation in a way which would have prevented such negligent accidents. Thus the accident indicates a flaw in the spiritual service of the high priest.
Moshe spoke to theChildren of Israel's tribal heads, saying: This is what G‑d has commanded... Classic Questions Was this passage said only to the tribal heads? (v. 2) Rashi: [Moshe] honored the leaders by teaching them first, and only later the res...
Doesn't this story demonstrate the flaw in a theocratic state, whose leaders can't be challenged? And was it right for Moses to importune G‑d to destroy his personal enemies?
The keys to the success of any significant project are capability and motivation. Potential + perseverance = success. Now between the two, which is primary?
G‑d was looking for someone to lead His people. We know he chose Moses. The question is, why?
Immediately after mounting a spirited defense of Israel in New York, Benjamin Netanyahu said that he was inspired by the Rebbe, who urged him in 1984 to “light a candle of truth” at the United Nations.
Let’s explore the Jewish court system, from the ancient Sanhedrin to modern-day rabbinical courts.
For an informed reading of Judges 11:1–33
Jephthah sent a message to the king of Ammon demanding an explanation for the ongoing terror.
Dancing with the Ultimate Authority
Korach is a figure I can highly identify with. From primary grades on, I never got along too well with authority.
Chur, Aaron, Moses – Three Styles of Leadership
Where was the Jewish leadership during the sin of the Golden Calf? Why were they not able to stop the sinning before it got out of hand?
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