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Components of the Holy Temple

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Analytical studies by the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson on the Rambam's rulings concerning the construction and the design of the Beis HaMikdosh
Where the Holy Ark is Located Today The Rambam begins the fourth chapter of Hilchos Beis HaBechirah with the following statements: There was a stone in the western portion of the Holy of Holies on which the ark was placed. The Even HaShtiah, the foundatio...
The Shape of the Branches of the Menorah The menorah is very frequently employed as a Jewish symbol. Nevertheless, the authenticity of the design with which the menorah is usually depicted is a matter of question. For there are several inconsis­tencies be...
“The Altar for the Burnt Offerings of Israel” After defining the guide­lines pertinent to the con­struction of the Beis HaMikdash as a whole in the first chapter of Hilchos Beis HaBechirah, the Rambam devotes the second chapter to the description of the a...
In the Torah reading of Shekalim, G‑d tells Moses to instruct the Jews to contribute a half-shekel in order to atone for the sin of the Golden Calf. Our Sages explain that Moses had a difficult time understanding what it was that he had to do. So G‑d show...
An Essay on Parshat Bamidbar
How does one switch from the stage where everything is sanctified to the stage where the sacred must be carried on one’s shoulder?
An Essay on Parshat Tetzaveh
"In Parshat Tetzaveh we see that there are functions that are indispensable for the Tabernacle’s overall structure to work and achieve its purpose; without them, it simply does not respond"
A New Interpretation of a Classic Talmudic Question
A Question Left Unresolved By Our Sages In his description of the menorah, the Rambam states: Hilchos Beis HaBechirah 3:1-2. The central shaft of the menorah had four gob­lets, four bulbs, and two flowers.... A third flower was located near the base of th...
Rashi, in discussing the Torah portion of Tzav, quotes the words:Vayikra 6:6. “A constant fire shall burn upon the altar; it shall not be extinguished,” and explains that “the fire about which the verse states ‘constant’ (i.e., the fire upon the outer alt...
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