What is more important, to provide instruction regarding what should be done or to deliver impact and meaning?

 

In introducing the laws directed to a Kohen, the Torah states: “Hashem said to Moshe, Emor, say to the Kohanim, the sons of Aharon, V’amarta, and say to them, each of you shall not contaminate himself to a dead person amongst his people.”[1] There is a noticeable redundancy here. Why does it state, “Emor, say to the Kohanim,” and then repeat, “V’amarta, and say to them”?

 

  READ MORE

Like our Programs - Partner with us

 Blueprints for Lasting Relationships

© 2018 jewishblueprints.org                                                                            Our Privacy Policy: Your Information is Private

Sign up for news about Women’s Programs

http://eepurl.com/peArH

EMOR


emor

Español

¿Qué es más importante, proporcionar instrucciones sobre lo que se debe hacer o brindar impacto y significado?

 

Al introducir las leyes dirigidas a un Kohen, la Torá dice: "Hashem le dijo a Moshé, Emor, di a los Kohanim, a los hijos de Aharon, V'amarta, y diles, ninguno de ustedes se hará impuro entre su gente por una persona fallecida”. [1] Hay una notable redundancia aquí. ¿Por qué dice: "Emor, di a los Kohanim", y luego repite, "V’amarta, y diles a ellos"?



Leér mas

This year,
give your life
a makeover!
Espanol_Perasha.html
Parsha.html
DON’T FORGET TO count!