The Torah is also known as the five books of Moshe, aka the Pentateuch:
The writings and chapter numberings are identical to the real world Bible's Book of Genesis. Cerebus' commentaries cover the first 38 chapters of the Book of Moshe/Genesis at least. We know that they cover more than this but in the telling of Latter Days we are "only" given the first 38 chapters of commentary in full. Cerebus flips ahead and reads fragments beyond that point.
Cerebus' commentaries focus almost entirely on the relationship and conflict between - on the one hand - (a male) God and - on the other - a female, lesser God (or God-like spirit) named Yoohwhoo
Given that The Book of Moshe is an undisguised copy of Genesis, Cerebus's commentary impinges on the real world.
At one point Cerebus worries about God's payback for the millions of mutilated cattle that Yoohwhoo's influence encourages. He asks Konigsberg whether "his people" have suffered much. The implication seems to be that the holocaust and/or persecution of the Jews was the result of cattle mutilation dating back to biblical times.