Numbers 16:1 – 18:32 || 1 Samuel 11:14 – 12:22

Commentary by Rav Gedalia Meyer for The Temple Institute, Jerusalem, Israel:
«Disgruntled because he was not given the authority and prestige that he felt he deserved, Korach led a popular rebellion against Moshe, against Aharon and against G-d. The embattled Moshe, convinced that the rebellion had to be crushed in no uncertain terms, took the gamble of his life, calling upon G-d to reward Korach and his followers with a swift and unnatural death. Challenges to G-d’s authority were not to be tolerated. Any resolution short of a total knockout would lead to repeat rebellions in the future»…More:

(Due to the current imperative of social distancing, this teaching was delivered and recorded via Zoom.)
Shabbat ShalomParshat Korach: Moses vs. Korach – A Showdown of Biblical Proportions

Eric Martienssen

Since my secession from the Church in 2009, my Jewish Orthodox friends in Israel and I have been following the Fake News of Rome in articles and political Shabbat commentaries on GSI (God's Sabbath Int.). The former Pontiff destroyed the dwelling place of God, the temple in Jerusalem – fact! Was the New Testament and the Church just a world dominance inspired business idea of Rome? What is politics today? Enjoy your trip on GSI.