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Hefsiba "Jen" Cohen
Hefsiba Cohen Special to Valley News The week’s Torah reading, Parshat tzav from Leviticus 6:1-8:37, covers the many details required in the service of the tabernacle. From details of sacrificial procedures to mandates about priests wearing pants, it can all be found in this section of scripture. Interestingly enough, the climax of this reading is the actual ordination of Aaron, who was Moses’ brother, and his sons. While Aaron and his sons had already been chosen to be priests, it is not until their official ordinations that they formally hold their roles. “You shall not go outside the entrance of the tent of meeting for seven days, until the day that your period of ordination is completed. For your ordination will require seven days,” according to Leviticus 8:34. T
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