I noticed an interesting change in the language Moses uses when warning Pharoah about plagues:

Why the change of the phrasing? Is there something particular about those plagues that it says "G-d of the Hebrews"?

I'm aware that those plagues, the Torah mentions that it did not affect the Hebrews. Perhaps, this is why that phrase is mentioned. However, I don't think blood or frogs affected them, either.

  • hebrewbooks.org/… – Gershon Gold Jan 24 '17 at 18:22
  • @GershonGold I viewed your source. But, I'm not quite following what sections answer my question. Is there something there that you can compile into an answer? If not, I may have to start a bounty. – DanF Jan 30 '17 at 17:20

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