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Rarely, do we think of Rahab as facilitating religion. However, in this passage there is a great irony in how she facilitates and shows her profession for the different gods. How does this happen? Why is this figure so significant? Why is she a model of the faithful? If are you interested in hearing the answer to these question please stay tuned as we hear, "The Prostitute’s Profession."