Tucker Lieberman is the author of “Painting Dragons” and “Bad Fire.” His essay “Hearing Beneath the Surface: Crossing Gender Boundaries at the Ari Mikveh,” originally published in Zeek, is in the Lambda Literary Award-winning anthology “Balancing on the Mechitza: Transgender in Jewish Community.” He has also published essays in Jewish Mosaic, Shalom Magazine, the Mayyim Hayyim blog and the former JVoices blog, and his poetry appeared in Ariga. He studied at Brown University and Boston University.
In Leviticus 10, Aaron’s sons ignore the instructions for the sacrifice, offering “strange fire” to God. God burns them up.
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