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SYMBOLISM OF THE MISHKAN AND ITS VESSELS (1)

February 15th, 2018

In Terumah we are introduced to the Mishkan (Tabernacle), the construction of which was directed by God.

This “House of God” would later go on to become the center of Jewish life in the Land of Israel, first as a temporary sanctuary, and later as a permanent temple in Jerusalem, for 1,500 years.

To this day, even after an absence of almost two thousand years, Jews pray for the temple to be rebuilt in all its glory.

But what does the Mishkan represent? What is the symbolism of its construction and contents? How are we meant to relate to this structure and the various vessels it housed?

Rabbi Dunner offers a range of ideas, gleaned from classic commentaries.

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