Category Archives: Kedoshim

A Brief Note on Expectations – Parshot Achrei Mot and Kedoshim

This week’s Torah reading consists of two parshas: Achrei Mot and Kedoshim. These texts record the last of the laws relating to the sacrificial rite and then the focus returns to the special social and cultural weal that God expected the Israelites … Continue reading

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A Brief Note on a Virtuous Life – Parsha Kedoshim

The Torah states in Parsha Bereshit that Man was made in the image of God, imago dei. In Parsha Kedoshim Man is told how to live their lives like God, imitatio dei. The Parsha begins with a simple command: “You … Continue reading

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