When Is Tzav Read?
- The five sacrifices that the priests are to perform are described. (6:1-7:38)
- Limitations on the consumption of meat are delineated. (7:17-27)
- Details about the ordination of Aaron and his sons as priests and the preparation of the Tabernacle as a holy place are given. (8:1-36)
Ten Minutes of Torah: Tzav Commentary
This week’s parashah, Tzav, continues the discussion of sacrifices begun in the opening chapters of Leviticus. The parashah can be divided into two sections: the first provides details of various offerings, while the second focuses on the consecration of Aaron and his sons as priests.
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