Tag Archives: Pekudai

The Paradox of G-d’s House on Earth: A Torah Thought for Parashat Pekudai by Moshe Feiglin

The concept of a Temple, a physical place that humans build to serve as G-d’s dwelling place, as described in this week’s Torah portion, Pekudai, is paradoxical. In his speech at the dedication ceremony of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem, […]

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Mission Impossible: A Torah Thought for Parashat Pekudai by Rabbi Mordechai Rabinovitz

The walls of the Mishkan were constructed from beams, ten cubits high, one and a half cubits wide, and one cubit thick (Shemot 26:16-17 with Rashi).  In the Sinai wilderness, to erect a building from such beams,  even a building […]

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