Ep. 301: Designer Liz Lange on The Just Enough Family podcast and Christian composer Delvyn Case on the binding of Isaac
This week on Unorthodox, more Israel-related animal conspiracy theories.
Before she was well-known maternity designer Liz Lange, our Jewish guest was Liz Steinberg, niece of corporate raider Saul Steinberg. She tells the story of her family’s spectacular rise and eventual fall in the new podcast, The Just Enough Family.
Our gentile of the week is Delvyn Case, a Christian composer who has written a cantata about the binding of Isaac, based on his reading of one rabbi’s midrash that suggests that Abraham actually killed Isaac.
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