The Scofield Bible Commentary, by Cyrus Ingerson Scofield, , at sacred-texts.com
(Gen 36:3) is called Bashemath:
And Jacob went out
Bethel becomes, because of Jacob's vision there, one of the significant places of Scripture. To the Christian it stands for a realization, however imperfect, of the heavenly and spiritual contents of faith, answering to Paul's prayer in (Eph 1:17-23). Dispensationally, the scene speaks of Israel the nation, cast out of the Land of Promise because of evil-doing there, but holding the promise of restoration and blessing; (Gen 28:15); (Deu 30:1-10). To "an Israelite indeed" Christ speaks of Jacob's vision as to be fulfilled in the Son of man (cf); (Gen 28:12); (Joh 1:47-51).
(See Scofield) - (Heb 1:4).
That is, the house of God.
Compare (Gen 35:7).