Some texts in the Sources cause us to wince, to wonder and to ask. The first reponse to say "oy vey" what's this. It doesn't look right. The second reponse is to go back and study the passage, and all the passages related to it, again, at least a hundred and one times and then you might understand what it says. The talkbackers below think the texts they read are like items in HaAretz that are black on white, and "say what they say". Unlike Journalism, Torah study requires time and patience before you achieve an understanding. Indeed, as the good rabbi says, we are "servants of the Source texts", as it were, and like skillfull divers have to spend a great deal of time until we discover the peals.
from the article: Happiness in slavery: the true meaning of Passover