Tag Archives: Tzav

PROPHETS OF HOPE AND WISDOM – Tzav/Shabat hagadol – by Rabbi Baruch Cohon

PROPHETS OF HOPE AND WISDOM – Tzav/Shabat hagadol – by Rabbi Baruch Cohon   This week’s Torah portion, like most of the readings in Leviticus, details ancient ceremonial sacrifices.  Every congregation will be able to review the sacrificial process at … Continue reading

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IS FOOD SACRED? – Tzav – Lev. 6-8 — by Rabbi Baruch Cohon

IS FOOD SACRED? – Tzav – Lev. 6-8 — by Rabbi Baruch Cohon Part of the detailed description we will read this week of the inauguration of Aaron and his sons as priests is the provision that they will eat … Continue reading

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INAUGURATION DAY – “Tzav” – Lev. 6-8 by Rabbi Baruch Cohon

INAUGURATION DAY – “Tzav” – Lev. 6-8 by Rabbi Baruch Cohon No parade. No speeches. No wildly cheering crowd. This is not the coronation of a king or the inauguration of a president. This is a dedication of a high … Continue reading

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SANCTUARY OR SLAUGHTERHOUSE – Tzav – Lev. 6-8 by Rabbi Baruch Cohon

SANCTUARY OR SLAUGHTERHOUSE – Tzav – Lev. 6-8 by Rabbi Baruch Cohon           This week’s reading, like the bulk of the book of Leviticus, is full of specific regulations about sacrifices to be offered on the altar in the Tabernacle.  Those same sacrifices would … Continue reading

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