Concerning the Jews - Page 5

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Concerning the Jews

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Page 5

The Jew took refuge in Egypt from a famine that had swept the land. With the consent of the king (pharoah) he lived quite comfortably, keeping mostly to himself. However, as time went on, the powerful culture of the Egyptians began to influence the Jew.



It was at this point in time that the Jew and his belief in one God were in the greatest danger.


All at once, things began to go bad for the Egyptians. They were hit by almost every plague in the book. Attributing their strife to the Jew, they decided that the best, or rather the only thing to do, was to get rid of him as fast as possible.



And so it was that the Jew left Egypt.


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