Well, firstly, not like that. Here’s something I hadn’t really considered. He was probably quite short.
Here’s the data…
Live long, live in Rutland so they should say
This is a pretty good list for starters, although we like the Stephen Fry renditions of Harry Potter and we’re currently loving the Swallows & Amazons series.
Having continued my hospitality related Tweetstorm I came across this book review.
The provocative title comes from a letter at the end of the first-century known as 1 Clement. Clement mentions three times that Abraham, Lot, and Rahab were saved by faith and hospitality. This may come as a surprise to Protestants, but it’s true that God’s promise to Abraham is confirmed in Genesis 18 after he demonstrates his piety by offering hospitality to the three men (Gen. 18:1–15). In a similar way, Lot’s hospitality to the divine visitors is part of the basis for God’s rescue of Lot’s family (Gen. 19:1–3). And Rahab’s faith is manifested in her welcoming the spies in peace (Heb. 11:31).