Sodom And Gomorrah Analysis

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Sodom and Gomorrah Summary: Sodom and Gomorrah are two exceptionally evil cities. God sends angels to see just how evil the city of sodom is. The angels enter the city and are taken home by a man named Lot. That night the evil people of Sodom beat on Lot door and demanded he send out the angels to them. The angels go out and strike everyone blind. The next morning the angels convince Lot, with his wife and two daughters, to flee the city. God then destroys both Sodom and Gomorrah with fire and brimstone. Example: She scrubbed the stains as if they were Sodom and Gomorrah themselves. Meaning: The character is vigorously scrubbing the stains trying to clean something, in the same way as God cleaned the land of the evil cities of Sodom and Gomorrah.
A Pillar of Salt
Summary: Lot and his family are fleeing the city of Sodom because God is destroying it. God is destroying Sodom because the people in it are horribly evil. Lot’s wife regrets leaving the city and all her possessions behind; so she turns and looks back, something God expressly told her not to do. As a punishment for disobeying God she is turned into a pillar of salt.
Example: He could either stay there and become a pillar of salt. Constantly looking back, regretting, mourning all his lost time. Or he could shrug his shoulders and keep trudging on.
Meaning: The character has somehow lost
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Jonah is terrified of the people of Nineveh and tries to flee God and Nineveh by taking a ship in the opposite direction. A God whips up a storm in the ocean and Jonah’s ship is about to sink. The crew draws lots and blames Jonah for the storm. The crew finds Jonah sleeping in the ship and he tells them they must throw him overboard. They do and Jonah is swallowed by a huge fish. Jonah spends three days in the whale where he repents to God. Then the whale spits Jonah on to dry land and he goes on to convert

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