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What's New. May 06, Apr 27, Apr 30, Prager strongly dissents from the Reform consensus that the Torah is a weave of earthly authors, with some Reform and Conservative rabbis even arguing that the Exodus never quite happened as told. Prager differs from classical commentators in style and format.

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And when they do not, I do not deny either. For example, the text says the plague of darkness could be touched. Others suggest the plague was a thick sandstorm as Woody Guthrie describes the blinding dust storms of Prager sees the psychological component more than did the earlier commentators.