Tagged ‘Pinhas’

Parashat Pinhas

July 12, 2012 | Filed in: Bamidbar, Divrei Torah

 By Rabbi Isaac Mann The beginning of Parashat Pinhas seems out of place. We have here some details of a story that is basically recounted at the end of the previous parashah of Balak, and instead of finishing the story … Continue reading »

 

Parashat Pinhas

July 14, 2011 | Filed in: Bamidbar, Divrei Torah, News

By Peter Levy Parashat Pinhas My wife, Amy, and I just returned from opening day at the URJ Eisner Camp in Great Barrington,  Massachusetts. It was wonderful to see kids gathering together and greeting each other after months of separation. … Continue reading »

 

Parashat Pinchas

June 30, 2010 | Filed in: Bamidbar, Divrei Torah

By Hayley Siegel This week’s parashah, Pinchas commences with a description of Pinchas’ reception of the unique brit shalom (a covenant of peace) and a priestly role from God. And yet, despite the fact that Pinchas receives these accolades and … Continue reading »

 

Parashat Pinhas

July 7, 2009 | Filed in: Bamidbar, Divrei Torah

p5rn7vb By Julius Rabinowitz Pinhas, the son of Elazar the son of Aaron, got up and took a spear in his hand and ran it through Zimri, the son of a chieftain from the tribe of Simon, and Cozbi, the … Continue reading »

 

Parashat Pinhas

July 16, 2008 | Filed in: Bamidbar, Divrei Torah

How Do We Settle the Holy Land? By Jaron Matlow Whenever a new nation settled in a land, it took great wisdom on the part of the leaders to ensure that the land was settled equitably. Parashat Pinhas provides the … Continue reading »

 

Parashat Pinhas

July 3, 2007 | Filed in: Bamidbar, Divrei Torah

By Bruce Alpert Our parashah this week begins in a curious place. The affair of Baal-Peor is related in Chapter 25 of Bemidbar – a brief 18 verses. Yet the story is broken in half by the division of the … Continue reading »

 

Parashat Pinchas

July 12, 2006 | Filed in: Bamidbar, Divrei Torah

by Cantor Marcia Lane (In honor of my birthday and in memory of my father, Gerald Rabinowitz, z’l.) There are five basic sections of this week’s parashah: The brief conclusion of Pinchas’ slaughter of those who were deemed sexually immoral, … Continue reading »