This is part two of our discussion about the Tower of Babel in the context of Universal History. Richard Rohlin and I recap and continue our discussion on the Book of Jubilees and Pentecost, discussing more in-depth the Feast of First Fruits, and what it means as a structure by which communion between heaven and earth can be facilitated - of unity and multiplicity. The duality of Pentecost explains several strange moments in Scripture and the apocryphal texts, most notably the laws of Noah, the covenant of Abraham, the scandal of Lot, and of course the Tower of Babel itself.Previous episode on the Tower of Babel: Content mentioned:- Apocrypha: An Introduction to Extra-Biblical Literature by Fr. Stephen DeYoung: - Biblical Symbolism: Uncovering Your Father’s Nakedness - Fr. Stephen De Young: Sign up to be notified when our course on Dante’s Inferno goes live. Class starts on May 8th. —Timestamps:00:00 - Coming up00:41 - Intro music01:05 - Introduction02:37 - The book of Jubilees05:10 - Feasting and sacrifice in the Book of Jubilees08:48 - What is Pentecost11:11 - Laws of Noah17:37 - The double aspect of the Feast of First Fruits20:30 - The scattering of the nations23:32 - The prayers of Noah26:02 - Raphael28:42 - The City of Babel30:15 - The Idolatrous Tower of Babel32:45 - Abraham celebrates Pentecost35:24 - A case of drunkenness?38:45 - The big reveal41:57 - Splitting in half46:01 - Lot’s drunkenness47:03 - There's only one Pentecost50:31 - History56:14 - The spirit descends1:08:13 - This is what Universal History is—💻 Website and blog:🔗 Linktree: 🗣 Join The Symbolic World Community for discussions about symbolism: 🔒 BECOME A PATRON: 📱 SOCIAL MEDIA  Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: website designers: My intro was arranged and recorded by Matthew Wilkinson.

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