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Korah's Mutiny

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When to cut and run, and when to stick around and fight
What was different about the argument of Korach and his co-plotters against Moses from all other rebellions and resistances? Why on this one occasion were the Jews advised to totally disengage and let G-d deal with the problem?
A Woman's Decision
On's wife did what any devoted better-half would do—she reassured him that she would take care of the situation. She then neutralized her husband (thank G‑d for the bottle!) as zero-hour approached...
We are all influenced by society. This is true with regards to cultural quirks, such as the fact that the average Moroccan citizen doesn’t appreciate baseball, and certainly in the realm of morals.
When you accuse me of a crime of which I was indeed once guilty, I feel bad. Accuse me of something I haven't done, however, and I'll probably just laugh and stroll away, unbothered by your obvious misidentification...
The books are inside; the mezuzah is outside.
Korach's argument is the ultimate in political correctness. "The entire community is holy," he challenges Moses and Aaron. "Why do you exalt yourselves over the congregation of G-d?" The very same argument could be used against Jews in general. "Who do yo...
Korach's conflict with Moses is itself a maze of conflicting elements: lofty spiritual strivings and base ambitions, elitist delusions and a struggle for a classless society. Korach himself is alternately described as the epitomic quarreler and peace acti...
A commentary on the haftarah of Korach
The haftarah for Korach is from the book of I Samuel. I Samuel 11:14-12:22. It tells how Samuel established King Saul as the sovereign over the Jewish people. This was the second time Samuel did this. The first time was a small event in Mitzpah, when Saul...
To lead is to serve. Those who serve do not lift themselves high. They lift other people high.
The Korach rebellion was an unholy alliance of individuals and groups unhappy with Moses’ leadership.
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