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Exodus 21-24

In which we learn that it’s OK for a man to sell his daughter as a slave, but that if you do she will not be automatically free after seven years as a man would be. One for the Biblical literalists to sort out…

Funnily enough, selling one’s daughters does not figure widely in stained glass, so since yesterday was the commemoration of Saul’s conversion, here it is depicted in Cromer parish church.

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