Why does the story of the daughters of Tzlafchad immediately follow the statement of the Torah about the death of a generation because of the sin of the spies? What are the two instances where the women ‘fixed that which the men broke?’ What made the women defy the men and retain their trust in Hashem despite the many voices to the contrary? Why does the Torah enumerate the lineage of these righteous women? What was the lesson of the death of Uza, as he tried to catch the Aron (Ark) for Dovid and what was the lesson of the daughters of Tzlafchad for Moshe?
Find out in this week’s Parsha Podcast.
Running time: 28:36