Last year in my post on Korah’s rebellion, I noted that Korah had some progressive ideas about God and the people’s relationship to him. While these views are widely accepted today (thanks to Jesus), they were quite radical in Korah’s day.
However, I don’t think that Korah’s rebellion was theological in nature, that is, it was not about beliefs and doctrine, about what is right and what is wrong.
Korah’s rebellion was against Moses, God’s chosen leader, and therefore it was against God himself.
Korah arguably had the right ideas, but he was wrong in opposing God’s leader in order to promote his progressive perspectives.
Korah’s error was in disrespecting God’s ordained leadership—an error we need to carefully guard against.
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