All of the Women of the Bible - Chapter 2, The Pillar of Salt Summary & Analysis

Edith Deen
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The woman known to posterity as Lot's wife is the next subject of book. The author writes that the main issue is one of letting go of the past. Lot and his wife were involved in a decision that caused them to have to abandon a great deal in order to make a new life for themselves. Of the two, Lot was the one more willing and able to accept this. His wife was advised to not look back as they left their old home for the next stage of their life's journey. The author then explains to readers how there is more to this story than metaphor.

In the region where the story of Lot's wife occurred there are actually conditions that can create weather features and events common in other parts of the world. It...

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