I discuss further curious details of the perplexing story of Lot and his daughters in Genesis 19, following up my earlier episode.
What is the significance of Lot’s daughters sleeping with their father after the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah? It is clear to me that this is not presented as commendable, but why is it included?
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Today, I discuss a few of the echoes of the Genesis narrative in later stories in Scripture.
Today, I discuss Genesis 36 and Edom as Israel’s twin.
Today, I discuss Genesis 32, where Jacob prepares to encounter Esau and wrestles with God at the Jabbok.