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THE KORBAN PESACH AND ITS IMPORTANCE
THE KORBAN PESACH AND ITS IMPORTANCE
The true centerpiece of the Seder table is the
Korban Pesach. We look forward to its return.
A SYMBOL OF UNITY AND NATIONAL IDENTITY
A SYMBOL OF UNITY AND NATIONAL IDENTITY
Though the entire nation offered the Korban Pesach, each quorum was composed of family and friends, insuring that unity would not swallow up personality and individuality.
WHY IS THERE NO KORBAN PESACH TODAY?
WHY IS THERE NO KORBAN PESACH TODAY?
The destruction of the Beit Hamikdash was not the only reason for the cessation of the Korban.
WHAT CHANGED THAT ENABLES US TO OFFER THE KORBAN PESACH NOW?
WHAT HAS CHANGED THAT ENABLES US TO OFFER THE KORBAN PESACH NOW?
Technical issues have been solved, public interest has increased, and we are closer than ever to a new beginning.



KORBAN FACTS
  • Korban Pesach is obligatory for all Jewish men, women and children.
  • Korban Pesach has historically accompanied periods of moral revival and spiritual rededication.
  • Korban Pesach has always been a symbol of our Jewish Unity and Identity.
  • The spiritual imperative of Korban Pesach is so strong that failure to participate can bring karet or spiritual cutting off from the nation.
  • The Temple is not a pre-requisite for bringing the Korban Pesach.
  • 100 years after the destruction of the Temple, Rabban Gamliel commanded his servant to roast the Korban Pesach. (Pesachim 87b)
  • The Byzantines forbade the Jews from offering the Korban Pesach as late as the Sixth Century CE.
  • The Rambam (Maimonides) writes that when the majority of Jews are in a state of impurity they can still bring offerings such as Korban Pesach. (Beit Habekhira 16)

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