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comment Why didn't the Kohanim wear Tzizis?
I was asking specifically about during their service, since the clothing they must wear is specified and does not include tzizis. However I wouldn't delete your answer, it definitely adds important information to the topic.
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accepted Is there a special status for the offspring of an animal that was dedicated for a Karban?
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comment Did Akeidat Yitzchak dedicate Yitzchak and his future offspring to Hashem?
Sometimes Korban-animals can be sold for money which is donated instead. Similarly, Eisav sold his birthright to Yaakov.
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comment Did Akeidat Yitzchak dedicate Yitzchak and his future offspring to Hashem?
@IsaacMoses Thanks for fixing the question, and I'm glad you like it.
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comment Did Akeidat Yitzchak dedicate Yitzchak and his future offspring to Hashem?
I was afraid of that. I rewrote this a few times, but I'm not sure how to ask it. I guess I'm asking if anyone knows of a source that makes this comparison, or if what I'm saying doesn't make sense.
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asked Did Akeidat Yitzchak dedicate Yitzchak and his future offspring to Hashem?
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asked Is there a special status for the offspring of an animal that was dedicated for a Karban?
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asked Why are the Shabbat additions to Pesukei D'zimra added before the every-day parts?
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comment Bereishit vs. science
... 2.4ga The sun output visibly increases, and the atmospheric composition changed to be oxygen rich, from photosynthesis. It's hypothesized that until this point, the earth was completely covered in clouds.The natural evolution of the Sun made it progressively more luminous during the Archaean and Proterozoic eons; the Sun's luminosity increases 6% every billion years. As a result, the Earth began to receive more heat from the Sun in the Proterozoic eon.^ )