Korah

Numbers 16:1-18:32

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To read the full text in English and Hebrew, click here: Numbers 16:1-18:32

Korah and his followers accuse Moses and Aaron of taking power and prestige for themselves at the expense of the community. Moses defends himself against the rebels by saying that the Lord will make God’s presence known by how God kills these rebels. Then God opens the ground and swallows Korah and his followers.

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korah
Korah & his followers were
swallowed up by the earth.

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Crises of Leadership
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The Ultimate Self-Help Guide
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Different Leaders for Different Times
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Jealousy Makes Us Foolish
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Parashat Korah Quiz
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To read the full text in English and Hebrew, click here: Numbers 16:1-18:32

Korah and his followers accuse Moses and Aaron of taking power and prestige for themselves at the expense of the community. Moses defends himself against the rebels by saying that the Lord will make God’s presence known by how God kills these rebels. Then God opens the ground and swallows Korah and his followers.

Click here for a summary of Korah
Click here for a summary of the Haftarah
for Korah

korah
Korah & his followers were
swallowed up by the earth.

Text Studies

Social Action and Environmentalism

The Morning After
Rabbi Avi Weinstein, Hillel

 

Between the Living & the Dead
Rachel Farbiarz, AJWS

 

Reflect Before You Respond
Rabbi Neal Loevinger, KOLEL

 

Oppression & Action
Evan Wolkenstein, AJWS

 

Finding Ourselves Through Others
Rabbi Douglas Krantz, Union for Reform Judaism
Authority & Dissent
Jack Silver, AJWS

 

Institutionalizing Freedom
Nina Wouk, socialaction.com

 

Consumption & Kedushah
Rabbi Yehudah Levi, Canfei Nesharim

 

 

From the Denominations

Pluralism and Outreach

To Serve With Distinction
Rabbi Bradley Artson, American Jewish University

 

The Power Struggle
Rabbi Rachel Cowan, Women of Reform Judaism

 

Causing Crisis
Rabbi Marc Penner, Orthodox Union

 

Crises of Leadership
Rabbi Kerry Olitzky, Big Tent Judaism

 

The Ultimate Self-Help Guide
Rabbi Marc Wolf, JTS

 

Different Leaders for Different Times
David Elcott, CLAL

 

Anger Management
Howard Wasserman, UJA-Federation of New York

 

Selfish Revolution
Rabbi Shimon Felix, Bronfman Youth Fellowships

 

Family and Fun

 
Parashat Korah for Families
Torah Topics for Today

 

Jealousy Makes Us Foolish
Torah Topics for Today

 

Renewing a Relationship
Torah Topics for Today

 

Parashat Korah Quiz
Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies

 

Parashat Korah Challah
Julie Seltzer

 






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