The Classic Midrash: Tannaitic Commentaries on the Bible
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This occurred at the beginning of the incident . Why was it written here ? Because
the Torah does not observe chronological order . Similarly ON THE EIGHTH DAY
MOSES CALLED AARON AND HIS SONS ( Lev . 9 : 1 ) . This occurred at the ...
R. Judah , however , cannot conceive of the Torah in any other form and says that
Moses read them the Torah from the beginning until that point in their history .
Others assume that the mitzvot were the main point and were separated from the
Just as the DAY AFTER THE SABBATH there is referring to a festival and the
beginning of a festival , so THE DAY AFTER THE SABBATH here is referring to a
festival and the beginning of a festival . ” R. Simeon b . Eleazar says , “ One verse
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Notes to Introduction
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