Birkath Kohanim - The Blessing of the Kohanim . This book traces the history, laws, customs, and deeper meaning of priestly blessings, as given in Scripture, interpreted in the Talmud, and elucidated in thousands of years of rabbinical literature.
Only one vestige remains of the cult of the ancient Temple:
On every holiday in the Diaspora and every day in Israel, the descendants of the priestly tribe, the Kohanim, stand before their brethren and raise their outstretched hands in a gesture of blessing. Thirty-three centuries ago, Aaron, the first High Priest, conferred his blessing of love on Israel.
- What made Aaron become the priest and pass on his legacy of love for all time?
- What is the legal basis of the priestly rite?
- Why is a prayer asking for help in resolving problematic dreams associated with all of this?
These questions and many more are answered in this small volume ─ with elegance, clarity and authenticity.
- Cardboard format: 22.5 x 15cm
- Number of pages: 95
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