Korach led a rebellion against Moshe (and Aaron). Ahead of the incense trial, Korach gathers the congregation against Moshe and Aaron.
Korach and his followers, a rebellion undermining the leadership of Moshe and Aaron, teach about disputation without denigration.
In this week’s parashah we learn that the Israelites traveled through the wilderness like a troop of soldiers or a marching band.
This week’s study guide focuses on Nadav and Avihu, Aaron’s sons, bringing “foreign flames” to give an offering to God.
When we lash out angrily at others, it is not really we who are speaking, but the evil inclination that takes control of us from within.
This week’s study guide focuses on the consecration of Aaron and his sons and Kohanim and what that means.
Our parashah describes the creation of the Mishkan, especially the ark, holding the tablets, manna, Aaron’s staff, and oil.
Our parashah describes a puzzling episode, following the giving of the Torah on Mount Sinai when elders of Israel envision God.
This week’s parashah opens a conversation about when the beginning of the year is and the impact that it has on time itself.
Shemot describes the early years of Moshe’s life up to the pivotal moment when he is informed of his mission awaiting him in Egypt.