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God’s Unusual Introduction to the Jewish People

Why did God introduce Himself as “God of Exodus” and not “God of creation”? Five short answers.


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Visitor Comments: 5

(3) Anonymous, May 29, 2017 5:28 AM

clear, concise, wonderful. thanks.

clear, concise, wonderful. thanks.

(2) Dvirah, May 28, 2017 4:14 PM

Yes, But...

Excellent answers - but as usual, I find myself with some counters. Re imagine the creation - well, some of us can do that, otherwise, how would we theorize about it? Re create a world - well, maybe we don't make it "concrete" - but have a look at the fantasy books which throng the bookshelves: each an imagined, created (sub)world. In trying ot understand the mechanisms of the creation and in creating our own variations of the universe we know, there too people are emulating an aspect of G-d.

mgoldberg, June 1, 2017 12:49 PM

re: counters

you raised the counters but beneath that is the more criticial notion that there are no... answers. There is only striving, living for the results of questioning, and obtaining one's satisfaction at doing one's best, or at least hoping to come close to that, in the ideas of the questions, and how one functions in the world.

(1) Anonymous, May 25, 2017 6:35 AM

amazing video and fantastic answers

really amazing answers! please can you share the sources for these answers as i would like to learn them properly inside

Yisroel, May 28, 2017 2:36 PM

Beautiful, but

What about the answer of the Chacham of the Kuzari? That we cannot testify to the creation, whereas we can to the exodus. We have been doing so since the Exodus, father to son, on Paasover, since the time G-d did it!

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