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  • Ki Tissa 2012

    The Torah needs to be understood both chronologically and conceptually, and makes leaps in time and space to suit the purpose. There is no “earlier” or “later” in Torah, and this means that occasionally the conceptual order supersedes the chronological order.  Today’s Sedra illustrates this need to look at concepts, rather than just narrative.

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