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  1. says:

    I m an atheist, but religion fascinates me, primarily as a manifestation of culture I read the Torah as I would any ancient text, and found it an amazing and instructive document of nation building From the most pragmatic laws and norms, historical lessons to the most spiritual a genesis story, a spiritual justification, a historical and cultural sense of the nation, what is the meaning of being human, what the limits, what the goal


  2. says:

    Scared the heck out of my parents during the couple weeks I was reading this baby Oh, I read the Large Print edition Much easier on the eyes.From a literary perspective, it was in dire need of a good editor I mean, every time God tells Moses something, we get the complete text of his speech Then, we get the exact same text again when Moses tells everyone what God said REDUNDANCY Could have really tightened this piece up to make the plot mov


  3. says:

    I ve seen the Torah Pentateuch classified as an epic, but to me the genre seemed much less straightforward than in Homer After Exodus, what story there is often gets lost in endless demographic info, rules for hygiene, and of course constant threats by god to kill everyone All this has something to do with the forging of a collective identity in the desert The making of a people is an extremely cruel and arduous process, and YHWH is not very helpfu


  4. says:

    Great job, God


  5. says:

    Pretty weird Pretty boring I would recommend everyone of any religion read it sometime before they die.


  6. says:

    WORD OF G D ENOUGH SAID


  7. says:

    Genesis In which God creates the world, and then destroys it, because, you know, it wasn t quite right But at no point does he actually change or improve anything about it Exodus In which God terrorizes and slaughters the Egyptians because he seems to prefer the Israelites a bit , for whatever reason.Leviticus In which God makes his culinary and interior design tastes known to the Chosen People Numbers In which Yaweh, the Most High One, and part time war general, takes roll call


  8. says:

    I must confess that I haven t read the whole thing Most of the stuff you ve heard of happens in the first book, Genesis I read a bunch of that at my Bar Mitzvah I did the section where the main character G d told Abraham, his biggest fan, to kill his own kid Messed up It reminds me of the time that Don Shula told me to burn down my neighborhood to prove how much I like the Dolphins It s not clear what G d was going for here much of the time I think the book is supposed to convey some sor


  9. says:

    this has seriously become my most worn out resource for preparing sermons on my shelf Generally, I use the computer Bibles to prepare sermons, but whenever I am getting into the first five books, I take the time to go out and sit and soak up this book for the passage I m using It often captures the Hebrew poetry and gives many new insights.I occasionally disagree with this choice of words, and occasionally he misses things that I would think are important, so 4.5 This book is a tremendous thing


  10. says:

    I was going to add The Bible But then it came to which one If you don t know, the Torah is the Old Testament and the common ground for Judeo Christian Muslim world Simply put, it s the greatest story ever told And it is retold on a weekly basis in synogogues and churches, and mosques around the world It is the moral compass used to teach ethics It is the foundation for our value system The impact of this book is immeasurable and incomprehensible Yet it is profoundly felt by all, whether believer or not.


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