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Components of the Holy Temple

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Why do we not try to make the synagogue candelabrums more like the one in the Temple? After all, isn’t the synagogue supposed to be a miniature Temple?
Despite the depiction of the Temple menorah on the Arch of Titus, Chabad makes a point of depicting the menorah with straight, diagonal branches. Why?
The significance of the Ark (Aron) in the Mishkan
I’m not a historian, I am not an architect, and I do not find myself interested in exactly how each fiber of linen was sewn. What am I supposed to learn from these teachings?
What Is a Menorah? The word “menorah” is Hebrew for “lamp,” and generally refers to either the seven-branched golden candelabra that was lit every day in the Tabernacle, and then the Holy Temple in Jerusalem, or the eight-flamed lamp that is lit on the ei...
The main source for this erroneous image seems to come from Christian art during the Renaissance . . .
Kindness, Severity, Harmony, Perseverance, Humility, Foundation, Royalty--which defines your soul?
The long-standing Jewish custom is for Shabbat breads to be braided. Here's why.
Within the fold of the High Priest’s breastplate were the Urim and Thummim (lights and perfections), which served as an oracle, divining whether or not the Jewish people should take a certain course of action.
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