I've written about 30 questions for this final entry, but they're all redundant; if you've made it this far, you've answered them all already. Here are three:
- Describe Cal's guilt (a deliberately ambiguous usage), and in the context of his family and family's history.
- Discuss the role of the idea of "the sins of the fathers shall be visited upon the heads of the children," especially considering the contextual fact of God as a father.
- Is Caleb free?