Hebrew: קרבן פסח Korban Pesakh
As a historical commemoration, Passover is tied to a specific date. Nevertheless, the Torah gives a make-up date for bringing the offering a month later. Gerim, non-Israelites living among Israelites as equals, are also allowed to bring this offering, even though it wasn’t their ancestors who were freed. How do we make sense of these anomalies?
The need for medieval exegetes to suggest a plausible alternative to the Christian exegesis of this ritual.