In this parasha, Hashem tells Moshe to describe to the cohanim (priests) the rituals for some of the offerings; the cohanim then undergo the process of ordination.

One of the garments the cohen gadol (high priest) wore was the urim v’tumim, a vestment that is shrouded in mystery. Chapter 8, verse 8 says, “He put upon him the breastplate and on the breastplate he put the urim v’tumim.” However, there are many questions about what the urim v’tumim actually were. Read more >

April 4, 2017 | By | Author Type: Faculty and Staff|Topics: Torah Talks | Tags: Parent-Child Learning |