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The Haggadah in Depth, Part 24
Having established a solid understanding of Passover’s primary principles, we begin to analyze the first of the three, the Paschal Offering. Our initial point of departure demonstrates that we refer here not to actual consumption of roasted lamb, but rath...
The Haggadah in Depth, Part 23
To fully appreciate R’ Gamliel’s Passover principles, his teachings must be seen as focal points of the Seder narrative – and by extension the fulfilment of Torah Judaism itself. Ultimately, the three types of foods may also be viewed as a sort of recomme...
The common denominator between Shabbat Hagadol, Miriam's passing, and parshat Tzav is that the darkness itself becomes light.
G-d was personally involved in freeing the Jewish people from Egypt
In the portion of Bo, we read about the korban Pesach, the Paschal sacrifice, which was a yearling male lamb or goat. The korban Pesach in Egypt differed from the sacrifices brought in subsequent years, in that it had to be brought into the home four days...
A commentary on the haftarah of the first day of Passover
Most of the time, the haftarah is connected to the Torah reading. At other times, it is connected to the time of year. Both happen in this haftarah.
The leaders of the Jewish people at the time, the Sons of Betayra, could not decide. Hillel, alone amongst the sages, knew the answer to the question.
The Bible states that Passover is on the 14th of Nissan, yet the Jewish calendar shows Passover starting the following night!
Some of the core Passover mitzvahs appear to highlight the uniqueness of the individual rather than the unity of the Jewish people.
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