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A ransom for atonement of their souls to Hashem and the prevention of plagues among them.
Everyone gave 1/2 shekel which equaled 10 gerahs.
Wash their hands and feet with water from a laver of brass; they would die; part of what Cohanim are required to do today.
myrrh, cinnamon, cassia, sweet calamus, and olive oil.
Hashem filled him with His spirit, in wisdom, understanding, and knowledge, and in all manner of workmanship.
Aaron; This is thy god, O Israel, which brought thee up out of the land of Egypt.
He said he threw the gold into the fire and there came out this calf. In the description of its construction we are told: "he received it (the gold) at their hand, and fashioned it with a graving tool, and made it a molten calf."
Stiff-necked; from the stubborn ox that refuses to submit to the yoke.
He took it, burned it with fire, ground it into powder, mixed it with water, and made B'nai Yisrael drink of it.
All the son's of Levi; they were told to strap on their swords and go kill all those who had been involved with the golden calf, even if it was someone close to them.
Moshe asked: What would the Egyptians say? For evil did He take them out, to slay them in the mountains; he then reminds Hashem of his covenant with Avraham, Yitzchak, and Yisrael; to multiply their seed as the stars of heaven, and that all of this land He had spoken of would be given to their seed and they would inherit it forever; what would the goyim think?
Because Hashem had already told him what was going on before he got there; he should not have been surprised.
Because His power would consume them; no, Moshe convinced Hashem to travel among the people.