"Napa Valley" Brocken InaGlory. Licensed. Creative Commons CC BY-SA 3.0
Q, the author, links God with laughter in this Prologue.
- What do you make of this?
- What does it mean to "unbind Isaac?"
- What might the author be hinting at in re-telling the story of Abraham and Sarah, and the contemplated sacrafice of Isaac?
- Does God desire sacrifice? If not, why? If so, what is to be sacrificed and why?
- What's your reaction to Voltaire's comment about God?
- Does laughter have a place in your life? If so, what is it? If not, did you once have it but lost it? (If so, that might be a painful story. When you're ready to do so, consider sharing it with someone you trust.)