Abraham and Isaac’s trip home:
Abraham: So.. ehm… it doesn’t hurt where the ropes tied you, does it?
Isaac: No, it’s ok.
Abraham: Okay. That’s good.
Abraham: Hmm… Ehm.. It sure was lucky that angel came, huh?
Abraham: So, I bet you can’t wait for next week when we are doing another sacrifice, huh? haha!
Abraham: Ehm.. not that… erh. Anyway, lets get home and see what Sarah has cooked for us.
The chart might have been different, if Jules had chosen another passage
||“There is this passage I’ve got memorized, which sort of fits the occasion. Exodus 30:34”
“And the LORD said to Moses: Take sweet spices, stacte, and onycha, and galbanum, sweet spices with pure frankincense, of each shall there be an equal part, and make an incense blended as by the perfumer, seasoned with salt, pure and holy. AND YOU SHALL BEAT SOME OF IT VERY SMALL, AND PUT PART OF IT BEFORE THE TESTIMONY IN THE TABERNACLE OF THE MEETING.
I think it is quite amazing how this actual group of people could be so stereotypically evil. They spoke a guttural language, they wore black trench coats. Some of their uniforms even had pictures of skulls on them. There wasn’t anyone who thought: “Hey, we are a group of dark, similar-looking men guarding a bunch of innocent people to be killed by gassing. Hmm, are we the evil ones?”