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Sin Of The Spies

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Shlach: When to confront and when to lay low

Do not feed a false fire. It will only grow stronger.

Shlach: When to confront and when to lay low

Why were the Children of Israel punished so severely for the sin of the spies?

Young religious Zionist Torah scholars on the parasha: The spies led to a rebellion against God and against Eretz Yisrael simultaneously.

 Why were they punished so severely for the sin of the spies?

Correcting the Sin of the Spies in our generation

The sin of the Spies lay in their misconception that faith is revealed in miracles, while nature is alienated from faith

Correcting the Sin of the Spies in our generation

Shlach: Holiness of Earth and Air

Do the sections following the Sin of the Spies - Temple wine libations and tzitzit - have any connection with the story of the spies?

Shlach: Holiness of Earth and Air

Shlach: Connected to the Land of Israel

Thirty years before the Exodus, a vast contingent of Ephraimites left Egypt because they had miscalculated the end-time for Egyptian exile.

Shlach:  Connected to the Land of  Israel

Shlach: The spies and the First Fruits

Farmers bringing their First Fruits to the Temple know what the Spies did not relate to.

Shlach: The spies and the First Fruits

Shlach: Testing God

The people’s relationship with the Creator was dysfunctional and it seems they did not share Hs program for their future.

Shlach: Testing God

The leaders' silence and its punishment

The silence of the elders of Israel widened the breach in the people’s trust in Moses and Aaron, leading to the sin of the Spies.

The leaders' silence and its punishment

Rebellion against God and against Eretz Yisrael

'Torah of Eretz Yisrael' from Religious Zionist yeshiva students: The sin of the spies was their perspective on what they saw in the Land.

Rebellion against God and against Eretz Yisrael

A cause to weep for generations

Baseless hatred, is a reflection of the Sin of the Spies as was the refusal of Jews to come to Israel in the early days of Zionism.

A cause to weep for generations