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And to them, being priestly meant that no one could give them orders, since they all had the same status in God’s eyes. (3) As I read Korah’s words, I have to admit that at first glance, he sounds like he has a good point. We can hardly imagine that God would disagree with our love of democracy.And yet, God set up a system where people had to live with the tension that every person was to see himself as representative for God, yet must yield to the authority of a priestly leadership. how can we learn from the tension God put in place about being between priestly and non-priestly? ~~~~~ (1) More about the commandment to put tassels on one’s garments in the chapter, “Touching the Rabbi’s Fringe” in my book, by Jacob Milgrom, New York: Jewish Publication Society, p 203.
The blue dye became so expensive after the first century that it was not required. (Images from bibleplaces.com, rachelpasch, and Angerboy) ~~~~~ You may also be interested in reading…Why then do you set yourselves above the LORD’s assembly?” They had taken their tassels seriously and realized that they were ALL priests. Equality is fundamental to the way we see the world today. Korah sounds like he lives in modern America – he has the spirit of this age.In the same way, God had given priests the authority to lead worship in his Holy Presence, and they had to be noticeably different from everyone else.The Tension of the , the blue dye that was used in the high priest’s robe and the tabernacle covering.