Korban Pesach: Communal or Personal?

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January 30 2020
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54min 38s
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Venue: YU Torah MiTzion Beit Midrash Zichron Dov YU Torah MiTzion Beit Midrash Zichron Dov

Halacha:
Machshava:
Parsha:
Bo 

References: Pesachim: 91a Pesachim: 66a Pesachim: 65b Pesachim: 79a Yoma: 51a  

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The passages in Parshat Bo, and the laws of the Korban Pesach in Egypt and beyond, could be read to support viewing the korban as communal (korban tzibbur) or personal (korban yachid). Why does the korban have this dual identity, and what does that mean for us?

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