Naso – Rabbi Marcus

Rabbi Marcus investigates the link between this week’s sidra of Naso, which is read on the Shabbat closest to the festival of Shavuot and the significance of the length of the Torah reading – the longest in all of the 5 books of Moses, with 176 verses.

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