For the week ending 4 April 2020 / 10 Nisan 5780
- What separated the kohen's skin from the priestly garments?
- How often were the ashes removed from upon the mizbe'ach? How often were they removed from next to the mizbe'ach?
- If someone extinguishes the fire on the mizbe'ach, how many Torah violations has he transgressed?
- The portion of a flour-offeringoffered on the mizbe'ach may not be chametz. But is the kohen's portion allowed to be chametz?
- When a kohen is inaugurated, what offering must he bring?
- What three baking processes were used to prepare the korban of Aharon and his sons?
- What is the difference between a minchat kohen and a minchat Yisrael?
- When is a kohen disqualified from eating from a chatat?
- What is the difference between a copper and earthenware vessel regarding removing absorbed tastes?
- Can an animal dedicated as an asham be replaced with another animal?
- How does an asham differ from all other korbanot?
- Unlike all other korbanot, what part of the ram or sheep may be placed on the mizbe'ach?
- What three types of kohanim may not eat from the asham?
- In which four instances is a korban todah brought?
- Until when may a todah be eaten according to the Torah? Until when according to Rabbinic decree?
- How does a korban become pigul?
- Who may eat from a shelamim?
- What miracle happened at the entrance of the Ohel Moed?
- Other than Yom Kippur, what other service requires that the kohen separate from his family?
- What are the 5 categories of korbanot listed in this Parsha?
All references are to the verses and Rashi's commentary, unless otherwise stated.
- 6:3 - Nothing.
- 6:4 -
A) Every day.
B) Whenever there was a lot.
- 6:6 - Two.
- 6:10 - No.
- 6:13 - A korban mincha -- A tenth part of an ephah of flour.
- 6:14 - Boiling, baking in an oven and frying in a pan.
- 6:15 - The minchat kohen is burnt completely. Only a handful of the minchat Yisrael is burnt, and the remainder is eaten by the kohanim.
- 6:19 - If he is tamei (spiritually impure) at the time of the sprinkling of the blood.
- 6:21 - One can remove an absorbed taste from a copper vessel by scouring and rinsing, whereas such a taste can never be removed from an earthenware vessel.
- 7:1 - No.
- 7:3 - It can only be brought from a ram or sheep.
- 7:3 - The tail.
- 7:7 - A t'vul yom (a tamei kohen who immersed in a mikveh yet awaits sunset to become tahor); A mechusar kipurim (a tamei person who has gone to the mikveh but has yet to bring his required offering); An onan (a mourner prior to the burial of the deceased).
- 7:12 - Upon safe arrival from an ocean voyage; Upon safe arrival from a desert journey; Upon being freed from prison; Upon recovering from illness.
- 7:15 -
- 7:18 - The person slaughters the animal with the intention that it be eaten after the prescribed time.
- 7:19 - Any uncontaminated person (not only the owner).
- 8:3 - The entire nation was able to fit in this very small area.
- 8:34 - The burning of the parah adumah (red heifer).
- Olah (6:2); mincha (6:7); chatat (6:18); asham (7:1); shelamim (7:11).