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Zvachim Daf 9 - Sacrifices This is the law sin

Sacrifices T. Page - This is the law sin

'Said Mshmia Edmbug: sin no sin Nachshon abattoir - a scholar, who said he called: This is the law of the sin offering, one Torah for all sin. "

This statement sets all sins are equal victims are fundamentally different, so one of them aimed at training the other. This is the verse "This is the law sin", which teaches that "one Torah for all sins." The Gemara proves that there is no study guide that, and later concludes milk sacrifices for the sin of sin of a leper or Nachshon rule out the victim, since the last asked "are Nina."

This conclusion of the Gemara presents us with the question - if indeed this is a completely different victims, so much so that they are important, why they are called sins?

Seems, have to distinguish between the basic function element victim, and other laws belonging to it. The main role of sin offering, as reflected in its name, is - disinfection and cleaning. And Ibn Ezra wrote his commentary names (Dutt, n);

"Sin dress for her closeness to the village missed so called sin ... Therefore the altar (Ahaz, Meg, V.). Remove the sin away."

The sin offering is intended to atone for sin and cleanse it. This understanding and probable also from the victim's blood work. Unlike the other victims that their blood was thrown on the partitioning of the altar, the blood of the Ckerneutio Muse culprit, as that 'those who missed (ie, ash red heifer) delusional Ltaarm the unclean clean. Therefore, it is unclear why the victim can not bring this handout - bringing sin offering alms is like washing a set of tools clean and polished; not about any need.

This simple interpretation you have a problem when we approach the sins of the mother, the leper and the monk. These sins are brought by people who ostensibly do not require a sin sin sin. What is the role of missed them?

It seems that these people also came to sin a sin, but unlike a sinner, that sin was to atone for sin, then that for these people to purge defilement was missed (albeit, a monk brings the sin of marking the days Nezirotho if not defiled. But see Flavor charged Ramban sin desert and hand "and he needs atonement Back Lotmaa lust of the world "). and we find this matter antiseptic language Leviticus Ned (v. l). there, by law the Mneuga, quoted verse:

'Sin the blood of the bird house the living bird and water life cedar wood Ubazab two worm "

Onkelos translates Name:

"Beta House Vidchi Bdma Edcpra whom spring Safra Hita Uba'a Darza Ubaizuba color glow"

Vidchi means 'purified' (see also mean Ahrad"c Hoffman on this verse).

(Indeed, the Sages were of opinion that no woman, the monk or the leper sin one way or another, and so must sin. In any case, these sins are clearly sin sin normally require, and missed here was due to the impurity)

Compare the two types of sins of those we've seen is, these victims are due to some sin or impurity, and therefore they can not be a handout.

Extraordinary about it is the sin of Nahshon, it reminded many Bogue. This sin, apparently, has not been any sin or impurity, and there was one victim who was brought with the establishment of the Tabernacle. Why then is the sin of the victim matter? Moreover, the Talmud writes that the victim is considered as the main sin!

Rashi, the Song of Songs chapter a verse, rabbinic midrash brings the words' I ate Yaari with honey:

"Yaari eaten with honey is honey that has grown reeds ... Vmuccen honey Omashlichen tree. I was so fond Yaari eaten with honey eaten honey barrel with the proper unworthy with my city ... Presidents and sacrificed sin sin Caribe handout and I Akbeltim same day. "

During construction of the Tabernacle, The sin offering was accepted even though there was a sin or some impurity. Len "ed, the theory of everything: Nachshon sin is the sin next to the very human pretension to establish a Gd. In the words of Solomon:" Because it really was a - the sea on earth? Here's the heaven and the sky did not Ichllachloch, this house that I have built "(Kings I, h)

However, this sin is the sin next handout. Man's will not close - to, is leading him to establish a home, while understanding the problem of it. God's agreement to accept the sin of this donation, the following agreement 'with affection', she gave the final approval given for the establishment of the tabernacle work.

This is the sin of Nahshon, despite being different from the sin offering comes as a handout, the 'main sin. This sin was clear and open the way to the very possibility of the work of the victims.
Rabbi Baruch Weintraub