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Tdated Why do our friends and neighbors – and sometimes we ourselves – dismiss the Bible as irrelevant irrational immoral or all of these things This explanation of the. Very much enjoyed this reading of Genesis Prager s look at Genesis takes the view that it can be taken literally or metaphorically and it works either way He dissects the different stories gives the Jewish perspective on the stories and tells how they still relate to us today Very enjoyable if it is your thing

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The Rational Bible

The continuation of Dennis Prager's bestselling five part commentary The Rational BibleWhy do so many people think the Bible the most influential book in world history is ou. Prager provides enlightening commentary and translation for these familiar Bible passages I especially appreciated his perspective on familial relations and the comfort and instruction we should take from the repeated failures contained in Genesis Two other consistent themes for Prager are the self proving truth of the Torah and the separation of people into morally good and morally bad which is important than other divisions

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10 thoughts on “The Rational Bible

  1. says:

    A very in depth study of the Torah sometimes raising uestions than answers Unfortunate that the typo on page 166 in the phrase in red was not caught during the last edit

  2. says:

    Prager provides enlightening commentary and translation for these familiar Bible passages I especially appreciated his perspective on familial relations and the comfort and instruction we should take from the repeated failures contained in Genesis Two other consistent themes for Prager are the self proving truth of the Torah and the separation of people into morally good and morally bad which is important than other divisions

  3. says:

    Rational Bible Genesis is a line by line exegesis ie analysis of the book of Genesis While this might sound dry it actually brings to life many of stories and provides some fascinating new insights Writing primarily for a secular audience Prag

  4. says:

    Very much enjoyed this reading of Genesis Prager's look at Genesis takes the view that it can be taken literally or metaphorically and it works either way He dissects the different stories gives the Jewish perspective on the stories and tells how they still relate to us today Very enjoyable if it is your thing

  5. says:

    This volume of The Rational Bible is on the same level as his first one on Exodus Very insightful commentary that greatly helped me gain a deeper understanding of Genesis Like Prager promised TRB changed my life and hopefully it will change many PS You've heard it said don't judge a book by its cover But if you

  6. says:

    Shoutout to uarantine for pushing me to finish this one Incredibly helpful for anyone wanting to better understand the Old Testament cultural and historical context is KEY to bringing about a nuanced and complete view of any ancient texts Especially appreciated the essays scattered throughout the writing which gave me a lot to think about Some of my favorites were God’s Existence Why is God Depicted in Male Terms Does the Torah Advocate

  7. says:

    Thought provoking educational commentary on Genesis

  8. says:

    I absorbed this book

  9. says:

    Very insightful verse by verse commentary of the first book of the Old Testament by Rabbi PragerA few gems in the context o

  10. says:

    I've tried reading through the Bible several times always starting at Genesis but never got past Leviticus; simply put reading the Bible is bori

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