The People & the Book: Of scapegoats and golden calves

The Torah portion Ki Tissa is read on Shabbat, March 18.

By RABBI SHAI CHERRY
March 8, 2017 15:14
4 minute read.
Art by Pepe Fainberg

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

 
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