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1)

What is "ve'Zeh ha'Davar" coming to include?

1.

Yoma, 5b: It is coming to include the Michnasayim 1 and the tenth of an Eifah (the Minchas Chavitin), 2 which a Kohen is Chayav to bring on the day that he is initiated


1

Torah Temimah: Which we learn from the 'Vav' in "ve'Zeh", thereby connecting it to the previous Pardshah, where they are mentioned.

2

Which we learn via a Gezeirah Shavah "Zeh ha'Davar" "Zeh Korban Aharon u'Vanav" from Tzav, Vayikra, 6:13.

3

Such as Kidush ha'Chodesh, Hafrashas T'rumos u'Ma'asros and Nedarim.

4

See Oznayim la'Torah, who elaborates.

2)

Why did Hashem instruct Moshe to bring a bull as a Chatas, and not the more common goat?

1.

Rashi: In order to atone for the sin 1 of the Golden Calf. 2


1

Ramban (on Pasuk 14): Even though they had not yet sinned. See R. Chaval's footnotes and Ramban, Shemini, 9:3 DH "Veyitachen'. Refer also to 29:36:1:1 & 29:36:1:2.

2

Rashi does not comment on the rams and the various types of Matzah that made up the set of Korbanos. See Rosh on the Chumash.

3)

Seeing as the bull came to atone for the sin of the Golden Calf, why did Aharon's sons, who did not participate in the sin, need to lean their on it?

1.

Oznayim la'Torah: Because, even though they did not sin, they were meant to die on account of their father's sin. 1


1

See Rashi on Va'eschanan, Devarim 9:20, and Oznayim la'Torah here.

4)

Why does the Torah juxtapose the Parshah of Korbanos to the Bigdei Kehunah?

1.

Zevachim, 88b: To teach us that, just as Korbanos atone, so too do the Bigdei Kehunah. 1


1

Refer to 28:38:1:4*. See also Zevachim, (ibid.), which cites the source for each Beged.

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