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Why does the author of Hebrews picture Esau as an immoral and godless person?

The birthright was the passing along, the actualization, of God's promise to Abraham of offspring through Isaac. The offspring in view are both numberless, as the sand, and singular, as the Christ: ...
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Why does the author of Hebrews picture Esau as an immoral and godless person?

The idea of Esau's immorality and godlessness is derived from the biblical account of his lack of appreciation of his birthright and his plan to kill Jacob. However, there are also many stories about ...
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