Rabbi Phinehas

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Tzav - In Classical Rabbinic Interpretation - Leviticus Chapter 7
... Similarly, Rabbi Phinehas compared the thanksgiving offerings of Leviticus 712 to the case of a king whose tenants and intimates came to pay him honor ... Thus Rabbi Phinehas read Leviticus 712 homiletically to mean “If it be for a thanks giving, He will bring him near.” Rabbi Phinehas and Rabbi Levi and Rabbi Johanan ... Rabbi Eliezer taught that the prohibition of eating the meat of a peace-offering on the third day in Leviticus 718 also applied to invalidate the sacrifice of one who merely intended ...
Behar - In Classical Rabbinic Interpretation - Leviticus Chapter 25 - Leviticus 25:1–34 — A Sabbatical Year For The Land
... Rabbi Isaac taught that the words of Psalm 10320, “mighty in strength that fulfill His word,” speak of those who observe the Sabbatical year ... Rabbi Isaac said that we often find that a person fulfills a precept for a day, a week, or a month, but it is remarkable to find one who does so for an entire year ... Rabbi Isaac asked whether one could find a mightier person than one who sees his field untilled, see his vineyard untilled, and yet pays his taxes and does not complain ...

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