No Such Thing as a Perfect Family

In this third episode of our E100 season of the podcast, we’ve got some new voices joining us with Rev. Chris Winterman and Haley Kesterson. This week’s readings are centered around the Old Testament character of Joseph. It’s easy to assume that Joseph was a great guy that never messed up, but when we look deeper, it seems that it may not be as cut and dry as we often assume, especially when dealing with traditional biblical heroes.  Do you have questions for us? Send an email to askgoingdeeper@gmail.com.  Order your copy of the E100 study guide – http://store.scriptureunionresources.com/the-essential-bible-book-e100/

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The Birth of a Nation

Thanks for joining us again for this second episode of our E100 podcast series. In this episode, we dig into the birth of the nation of Israel, beginning with the covenant that God makes with Abraham. We also ask some questions about the struggle of favoritism that many families still deal with today.  Do you have questions for us? Send an email to askgoingdeeper@gmail.com.  Order your copy of the E100 study guide – http://store.scriptureunionresources.com/the-essential-bible-book-e100/

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In the Beginning

Today we begin our second season on Going Deeper. Over the next 20 weeks we’ll be discussing each week’s readings as laid out by the E100 reading plan, organized by Scripture Union. Read along with us and join in the conversation as we ask questions and discuss the Essential 100 readings of the Bible.  Specifically, in this week’s episode, we invite Rev. Doug de Graffenried onto the podcast to share his knowledge of the Hebrew language as we take a look at the first 11 chapters of Genesis. These first chapters of the bible, and how we read them, shape how we interpret and understand the story of…

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The Day the Earth Stood Still … Maybe

In this episode we invite our very first guest to the show, and have a great discussion about wether or not the earth stood still for Joshua and the Israelites during the southern campaign of the taking of the Holy Land. We also spend some time discussing the idea of grace and mercy in the Old Testament, and how it doesn’t look like we think it should, but it’s there nonetheless. 

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