Toldot delves into Jacob and Esau's identity dynamics, representing Abraham and Isaac's ideals. The struggle within Rebecca's womb symbolizes their dispute over material and spiritual realms. Jacob, inclined towards spirituality, grapples with reconciling and inheriting the material world. Despite historical challenges, Jews reconcile with the world, as seen in the return to Zion and Israel's establishment. Esau's descendants (Rome) dominate the material but seek assurance in Christian theology for the world to come. Toldot depicts Jacob's transformative journey, integrating both worlds and evolving into Israel.