Parashat Ki Tisa: Torah Portion Micrography Print (11"x14")

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Parashat (Torah portion) Ki Tisa contains the infamous episode of the Golden Calf. Subject_Moses went up the mountain to receive the inscribed stone tablets, and the people became impatient awaiting his return. They begged Aaron to make them a god. Aaron instructed them to bring their gold rings, earrings, and necklaces, and Aaron made a molten calf from the metals. The people began offering sacrifices to their bovine idol and dancing around it. God told Subject_Moses to get down from the mountain quickly and warn the people that their idolatry was about to bring God’s wrath upon them. Subject_Moses argued with God: “Why does your anger wax hot against Your people that You brought out of Egypt? Why would you have the Egyptians say, ‘The evil God brought the Israelites out from here to slay them in the mountains’? Turn from Your wrath and repent of this evil you would do against Your own people!”

God did repent for the wrath which would have caused the deaths of the entire Israelite people. Subject_Moses descended the mountain to chastise the people himself: he smashed the tablets, furious with his brother Aaron, asking him, “What did this people do to you that you let them commit such a great sin?” Aaron tries to abdicate responsibility, but Subject_Moses succeeds in decreasing God’s punishment of the people from destroying the entire camp to only a small portion of the people, those who participated most actively in worshipping the idol. Subject_Moses returns to the mountain for forty days and forty nights to receive the second set of tablets, which the Israelites finally receive at the very end of the portion.
  • Text: Exodus 30:11 - 34:35
  • Size: 11″x14″
  • Recommended Framing: 16"x20"
  • Language: Hebrew
  • Art Type: Print, Signed & Numbered

Perfect gift for a Bar Mitzvah, Bat Mitzvah, teacher, tutor, rabbi, or cantor!

This piece can be personalized with an inscription of the name and date of a Bar or Bat Mitzvah! Be sure to include the spelling of the Hebrew name if possible (to type in Hebrew: ).


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Parashat Kee Teesa, Ki Tisah, Kee Teesah

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