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I was just reading about Mishkan Significance, the question there made the assertion that the Torah on the Mishkan is no longer relevant, reflecting the general opinion that we do not need the Mishkan today. That assertion was not challenged, so I'm basing my question on that, presuming that this is the prevailing wisdom.
Why would it, the Torah on the details of the Mishkan and it's construction, be irrelevant? Why don't we follow it today?
Given that the original Torah commandments of Sacrifices revolved around the Mishkan, and the commandment to build the Mishkan itself wasn't predicated on the later events that led to the building of the Beis Hamikdash, shouldn't these Torah commandments apply now, too?