Biblical Faith – with Sam Peak
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The third world, was the Dor haMabbul, the contemporaries of Noach who were destroyed by the deluge. It was in this generation that had a most uncommon environment. The sages (Sanhedrin 108A) ascribe to them the fortune depicted by Job 21:8-13, as the all too common circumstance of scoundrels: Their children grow up healthy, and their descendants stand before their eyes. Their homes are peaceful, without fear, and the rod of Elokim’s discipline is not used on them. His bull impregnates his cow, and does not reject; his cow drops the calf, and does not abort. They send their children outdoors like sheep, and their infants dance. They play music on drums and harps, and they cheer to the sound of the flute. They spend their days in good times….
From “Mysteries of the Creation” by Rabbi Dovid Brown. We are studying from the following pages: pg. 106–112.
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