Talk:Pinechas (parsha)

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Questions the Rabbis Asked[edit]

Here are some questions that the Rabbis asked in connection with Parshah Pinchas:

Numbers 25:11:

Why does the Torah detail Pinchas’ ancestry?

Babylonian Talmud Sanhedrin 82b.

Numbers 26:1:

Why another census?

Midrash Tanchuma Pinchas 4.

Numbers 26:

Why did the tribe of Simeon lose so many people between the two censuses?

Numbers 1&26.

Numbers 26:11:

What happened to Korah’s children?

Babylonian Talmud Megillah 14a, Sanhedrin110a.

Numbers 27:3:

Who was Zelophehad?

Babylonian Talmud Shabbat 96b.

Numbers 27:16-18:

Why does the designation of Joshua follow the incident of the daughters of Zelophehad?

Numbers Rabbah 21:14.

Numbers 28:9–29:38:

On which Festival were the most animals sacrificed?

Numbers 28:9–29:38.

Numbers 29:12–34:

Why does the Torah require the Israelites to sacrifice 70 bulls on Sukkot and one bull on Shemini Atzeret?

Babylonian Talmud Sukkah 55b; Numbers Rabbah 21:24

Numbers 29:12–34:

Why does the number of sacrifice on Sukkot decrease every day?

Numbers Rabbah 21:25 — Preceding unsigned comment added by Dauster (talkcontribs) [1] [2]

Link Farm[edit]

This article is hard to read and to edit because of the large number of external links. Not every noted passage requires a link. Those who want to read the passage in question can find an online book or open their own book. I came to this page to find a broken link and fix it, but cannot because of the extensive over linking present. This does not conform to WP:NOTLINK. I appreciate your help in fixing the problem. Thanks, (talk) 20:57, 15 March 2011 (UTC)

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  • REQUEST: Please see the centralized discussion about this subject, relating to sources, links, content, etc at Talk:Chayei Sarah (parsha). Thank you, IZAK (talk) 09:30, 30 July 2012 (UTC)