After countless chapters of instruction and description, followed by fabrication and construction, all the components of the Mishkan were finally ready.
But who would put it up? The text in the narrative itself appears contradictory. Did the Mishkan self-erect, or did Moshe put it up? Why didn’t the artisans and workers put it up?
With the aid of various sources, including a fabulous piece by Rabbi Nachman of Breslov, Rabbi Dunner presents a comprehensive account of the final stages of this lofty project.