In Parashat Vayelech, Moses writes/completes a Torah scroll and hands it over to Kohanim to keep it in the Holy Ark.

Does anybody mention that its purpose was to serve as a blueprint for other Torah scrolls?


As I mentioned in this answer, Ralbag explains that the point of this Torah was to prevent mistakes from creeping in to future Torah scrolls.

  • I +1 you in the linked answer. THank you. Anybody else? – Al Berko Oct 6 at 9:08

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