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Zvachim Daf 12 - the sacrifice is not for its own sake

L Page sacrifices - the sacrifice is not for its own sake

Mishnah opens the stethoscope was determined that both victims disqualified computer that has no name: Passover sin. Basic can be improper to explain the different ways, but it seems the simplest explanation concerns the designation of the victim. Passover missed Mtiaahdim that a clearly defined purpose.

The purpose of the sin offering unique targeted clear: She came to atone for sin. Sin that can play such a role is disapproved, Dina die. Anyway, who sacrificed the sin but not because the intention that you want, misses the purpose of the victim.

Passover sacrifice defined mission is eating his flesh. Passover Tu can not be eaten during Passover Nissan, not Passover. An interesting example of this is that if Israel was forced to sacrifice the Passover impurity, can eat the meat. However, in complete contradiction to the rest of the public sacrifices, that when allowed Lockerevem impurity, no eat their flesh. even here, who he will not think about this unique Passover sacrifice it for another purpose, disqualify him.

Now, the Mishna on page XI in which moral renewal Azai year:

"Said Shimon Ben Azai: I accepted from seventy years old on Rabbi Eliezer had the meeting, that all sacrifices Henaachlin Snzabhu not oil - ours, but because the owners were not required, except for the Passover and the sin offering."

Ben Azai stresses that it sacrifices eaten kosher even if it came up that name. Vice emphasizes the novelty of this statement:

"And added a Azai but rising, and thanked him smart."

Viz - not for its own sake is approached unacceptable.

The Talmud offers seniors page, you stood a Azai based on special holy victim, the higher the whole completely on the altar. Concluded that the Talmud states:

"Ben Azai Gemara squirting her."

I mean, we have no clear source position Azai year, he accepted the tradition. Putting the words of Ben Azai the traditional acceptance may explain why long preceded the introduction "I accepted from seventy years old." Not entirely clear what the point of the body of seventy years old, but it is clear that a Azai came clear that the special tradition that was wise, even if the origin is unclear.

Either way, the contents of that tradition may be parallel to the first proposal of the Talmud. Viz - wrong not to name an immigrant based on that flesh is completely on the altar.

What this means is gone completely? Perhaps, the above explanation that fits the definition of destiny. Passover missed Natyeahu as defined destiny, so too a victim of rising Natyeahed that comes completely on the altar. Sacrifice on his comrades approached to express a special devotion to God. Coming to engage in flavors victims, wrote the Ramban at the beginning of Parshat Vayikra:

"To thinking man doing all those that sin his God in body and spirit, and should he spill his blood and burnt his body were it not for grace God took him that victim compensation and village having a demo under the blood, life for a life."

Ramban's words in relation to all the victims are supposed to. However, victim costs, which costs a whole on the altar, that sense of total devotion more: a person makes it clear that it was appropriate to entirely go near the altar.

Well, even that old victim had special significance, has a special meaning in excess so that the tradition of Ben Azai states deviating from that means invalidates the victim.
Rabbi Avihud Schwartz