Classical Rabbinical interpretation of biblical texts can take us to some strange places. While the midrash often fills the gaps left wanting in the biblical narrative, the times in which the Rabbis were writing meant they had to square some questionable texts with the morality of their own age. They did this with great panache, even if the results seem far-fetched. Enter a world where Isaac died on the altar, where a demon devours her children, where one woman never dies. Discover why Moses went to Ethiopia, why Deborah was silenced and why ‘Dinah was asking for it’ but was never raped. Find out what our ancestors thought of stories in the Bible, and see if they were right.