Twice in the opening chapters of Leviticus, the text refers to a human being as a nefesh. Ibn Ezra brings out different nuances of what it means.
Abraham ibn Ezra seeks to understand what the text means when it says Moses could not enter the space where he is supposed to talk to God.
Hebrew words often defaults to masculine. Abraham ibn Ezra clarifies that women generously and skililfully contributed to the Mishkan as well.
Moses stayed on Mount Sinai for forty days and forty nights. God spoke, then gave Moses the tablets. What else did Moses begin to know?
After chapters of describing the building of the Mishkan, Exodus 29 concludes with an inspiring statement of God’s purpose.