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In a recent Torah lessons, I really offended somebody. I argued that the fourth plague, arov, wasn’t flies or wild animals, but scarab beetles. The scarab beetle represented hope in ancient Egypt as it was seen pushing the dawn sun into the sky. I argued that the Torah describes these arov covering the ground and […]

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