After any capital campaign, the machers expect an accounting of how you spent the money. The building of the tabernacle, the mishkan, was no exception. This week’s parsha gives a detailed accounting of how much gold, how much silver, how much nechoshet, which is translated as either bronze or copper depending on who you...
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