Obscure, which says that Yitzhaq was indeed immolated. That as he was being placed o the altar he begged his father to tie the rope tighter, eagre to be the sacrifice. This was to contrast with the Christian account of Jesus on the cross crying out from the psalm- lama savachtani, why hast thou forsaken me. And the midrash continues that after the sacrifice, his ashes came together and he was resurrected, returned to life, as a response to the Christina belief of the Resurrection. This was a wonderful way for the medieval Jewish rabbis, or some of them, to say to the Christians we dont need yours because we have out own! But the overwhelming majority of midrash and aggadot on the Akada do not support this view.
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