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How Do You Keep God Alive In Your Life?
In his 1999 lecture on Exodus 34, Dennis Prager says: The Torah says you shall observe the feast of unleavened bread. This is how you keep faith in God, by observing regular rituals. If you don’t observe regular rituals, you … Continue reading
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The Centrality Of The Exodus To Judaism
In a 1996 lecture on Exodus 13, Dennis Prager says: Christianity has a central moment — the crucifixion. For Jews, it is the Exodus. Exodus means leaving Egypt. This has to be understood philosophically. Egypt means idols, bondage and death … Continue reading
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