The Pagan Rabbi

How does the author use foreshadowing in The Pagan Rabbi?

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Isaac's revisionist estimate of Moses demonstrates the absurd lengths to which he will go to reconcile pagan multiplicity with Jewish monotheism. His many arguments in favor of freeing man's "indwelling" soul from the prison of his body have little to do with Judaism but everything to do with paganism and serve only to foreshadow his total immersion in nature.

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The Pagan Rabbi