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Korach: First cousin of Moses and Aaron. Led a revolt against Moses and Aaron, claiming that the priesthood should not belong exclusively to Aaron and his descendants. He and his followers were swallowed up by the ground.
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Korah takes a stance against Moses and Aaron, which ultimately led to his downfall.
Korah and His Associates, Moses Admonishes the Rebels, Dathan's and Abiram's Spite, Punishment of the Rebels, The Budding Staff
Parshat Korach
Korach led a mutiny to usurp the position of kohen gadol (high priest) for himself. What did Korach understand—and misunderstand—about the greatness of serving G‑d as the high priest?
Practical Parshah - Korach
The Sages tell us that the argument of Korach in this week's portion was doomed to fail because it was "an argument that was not for the sake of heaven." What is an argument that is for the sake of heaven?
Korach was greedy, jealous, underhanded, a megalomaniac and a rabble-rouser intent on world domination. Wow, talk about a victim of bad press! How about Korach the seeker of spiritual enlightenment?
Lyrics Korach was unhappy and unsatisfied He felt his rights to the kehuna were denied Korach was jealous and vain He was only interested in personal gain So a rebellion Korach led Why is Moshe our leader he said So a rebellion Korach led Why is Moshe our...
"I, too, desire it!" Is Moses playing devil's advocate? Or is he baring a soul driven by a striving so exalted and G-dly that it is beyond the reach even of a Moses, a soul that finds its deepest yearnings frustrated by a divine command barring its path, ...
The story of Korach and On ben Pelet emphasizes the woman's power to persuade. It also expresses another aspect of womanhood: her ability to see through false appearances and discover the path which is true and good
The Lubavitcher Rebbe looks at the voluminous Midrashic literature and biblical commentary on Korach and draws a comprehensive picture of the man and his quarrel.
What's wrong with Korach? He had a valid platform, after all. And he was adhering to his own standards of morality
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