The Serpent’s Skin
- How the six days of creation can be divided into two: the first three days where God prepares the world for inhabitation, and the last three days of creation where He fills it.
- The first account of creation where man was last to be created while in the second account man is the first to be created.
- How only man knows that one day he will die, something that has been hidden from the animals.
- The snake as a symbol for both life and death.
- The presentation on the story of Noah is especially fascinating, with comparisons between the post-flood story of Noah and the Garden of Eden, as well as comparisons between the post-flood rebirth of the world and the seven days of creation.
- There is also much material on the connections between the various stories based on common words and their roots, such as the word “vayeidah” (to know), “arum” (naked/guile) and “Yitzchak” (to laugh/play)
- And much more.