Our haftarah expands on the parasha, limiting priestly work in the mikdash to only the descendants of Zadok.
This week’s haftarah, from the book of Ezekiel, discusses the changing power structures and leadership in the changing times of Israel.
Connected Parashat Shemini’s Haftarah, in Ezekiel, Bex Stern Rosenblatt explores the intersection of shame, guilt, and embarrassment.
This week’s haftarah explores human sacrifice. While the Tanakh seems to be mixed about it, God may command human sacrifice in this haftarah.
Ezekiel is rather similar to Moses. Both of them serve God and Israel outside of the land of Israel. This week’s Haftarah explores that.
What composes the inner grit, the resilient core of a person? Whatever it is, Pharoah is notoriously lacking.
Parashat Vayigash continues a long narrative of sibling relationships. The reconciliation focused on here, reflects in this week’s haftarah.