Lot's wife


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(Old Testament) when God destroyed Sodom and Gomorrah, Lot and his family were told to flee without looking back

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In "The Woman of Salt," an original English opera composed by Eugene amateur musician Anice Thigpen, this question is explored through the biblical story of Lot's wife in Chapter 19 of the Torah's Book of Genesis.
In her first chapter, Creech revisits female desire in Egon Gunthers film Lot's Wife (1965) by applying theories of female gaze (Mulvey) and voice (Kaja Silverman) to the cinematic representation of a woman who seeks divorce because she doesn't love her husband.
Teacher: When Lot's wife looked back she turned into a pillar of salt!
He sent a flood to wipe the earth of sinners--except Noah and family which seems awfully selective, yes?--and turned Lot's wife into a pillar of salt simply for looking back.
You simply stand as still as Lot's wife and look lost.
After Lot's wife disobeys their instructions and looks back at the burning ruins and is turned into a pillar of salt, only Lot and his two chaste daughters find their way to a remote cave.
At that moment, I would have been content to be Lot's wife, a pillar of salt caught in the moment, never to change, looking like a graceful palm tree outside the testing center.
For lingering on the sordid stuff of earthly life, Lot's wife is turned into the one substance the Torah considers most pure and sacred.
In the third essay in this section, "Remembering Lot's Wife: The Structure of Testimony in the Painted Life ofMary Ward," Lowell Gallagher focuses on ressourcement theology to trace the figural history of Lot's wife and its relationship to Mary Ward's career, concluding that "[t]he silent, patient witnesses to [her] legacy are the anonymous hands that invented a pictorial lexicon and grammar for expressing the strange but vital figural kinship between pillar of salt and the red chair in the Painted Life ' (96).
His body was found near the Lot's Wife sea-stack at around 1am.
A police helicopter and ambulance crews rushed to the scene but Mr Carson's body was found near the Lot's Wife sea-stack at around 1am and he was pronounced dead at the scene.
From biblical account, Lot's wife looked back and she became a pillar of salt.
Lot and his two daughters ran to their temporary refuge, but "Lot's wife, behind him, looked back, and she became a pillar of salt" (19:26).
Think of the biblical Hannah, think of the biblical Rachel, think of Lot's wife. Think of Hagar in the desert.