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|Statement||by M. D. Molinié ; translated by Lorna Wishaw.|
|Series||A Deus book|
|LC Classifications||BT140 .M6513|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||129 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||129|
|LC Control Number||77078216|
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The book of Genesis introduces Isaac, his wife Rebecca, and their twin sons, Esau and Jacob. Rivalry between the brothers emerges even before their birth and escalates over the course of their : Elie Assis. A description of the terrible struggle to remain completely alive in a harsh period.
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The central theme of VaYishlach is Jacob's struggle for his unique path, especially vis-a-vis his brother Esau. This was not just a family feud. A: The twins, Esau and Jacob, fought in Rebekah's womb. Then, at the moment of birth, Jacob, the second born, held onto Esau's heel as if to hold him back, requiring a physical ability far beyond.
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