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One of the highest honors at a brit milah (Jewish circumcision) is holding the baby on one’s lap
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Why would G‑d finally give Abraham a son and then take him away? Why snuff out Isaac’s life before he’s had any children of his own? Abraham and Sarah would have no children or grandchildren to continue their legacy of monotheism.
Why was Abraham continuously tested?
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