Korah and the consequences of fake news

The mutiny in the desert illustrates a higher form of challenging authority in search of truth.

By ARDIE GELDMAN, ARDIE GELDMAN
June 29, 2017 12:20
3 minute read.
Pepe Fainberg

Art by Pepe Fainberg. (photo credit: PEPE FAINBERG)

 
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In the next chapter we learn the full toll.

“The number of dead in the plague was fourteen thousand seven hundred, besides those who died because of the matter of Korah.” This plague took the lives of those who, unlike the men who were swallowed when the earth opened, did not actively collude with Korah but joined his camp.

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