What is the meaning of the word ‘after’ that follows the word ‘ram’ in the verse which refers to the ram that Avraham found and offered as a sacrifice in place of his son Yitzchok? How did Avraham use this ram if it might have belonged to someone? What is the significance of the fact that this ram was created on the sixth day of creation, and how did it live so long until the time of Avraham? What was its special nature which made it appropriate as a replacement for Yitzchok? What is the depth of the teaching that this word ‘after’ refers to the Jewish people’s redemption which will be ‘after’ all of their sins and the travails of exile? What is the significance of the Shofar which will be ‘blown’ with the advent of the age of Moshiach?
Find out in this week’s Parsha Podcast.
Running time: 29:38