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I can't give too much away, but suffice to say it takes Poirot to the very depths of his own world view and his own sense of right and wrong at a time when he's already suffering from a sense of his own blood guilt," says David.
David felt that he was under a sentence of blood guilt because of the actions of Joab (see my translation of v.
It infects the first three gospels, especially the passage in Matthew in which Jews accept blood guilt in perpetuity, and permeates the fourth gospel, attributed to John, whose author (whoever he was) was obviously not a Jew.