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In this collaboration with Garry Stevens from History in the Bible Podcast, we lay out the different strains of biblical scholarship that look into the ideologies of the different biblical authors and how that clashes with theology. Support our podcast on Patreon! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
The phonetic alphabet was invented by the Phoenicians back in the 9-10 centuries BCE, very close to Ancient Israel and Judea. As that revolutionary concept spread out, the Hebrews had a headstart and right away put up their "national" stories and religion into writing, turning Ancient Israelites and Judeans into one people, after the former got des…
 
Abraham lived a full life. He traveled across the known world, pretended that his wife is his sister (she's his half-sister, so joke's on who?), built shrines, pitched tents, hosted guests, negotiated with his clan deity and got a promise that a large new people will come from his seed. Let us go over the final days of Abraham and sum up his charac…
 
Abraham was chosen by God to father the Hebrew people, which is why God has given him a trueborn son, Isaac. To fulfill the divine promise, Isaac needs a wife, so Abraham sends his top slave back home to fetch him a beautiful, virgin and kind mate, Rivka. There is so much to learn about the ancient world from this esoteric Genesis chapter. Support …
 
The only honest-to-god heroics in the story of Abraham is his small part in a regional war between four Mesopotamian kings and five local Canaanite vassals. The Mesopotamians crush the insignificant rebellion and take goodies and captives up north. One of the captives is Abraham's brother Lot, which is why Abraham and 300 of his men carry out a nig…
 
Yahweh and Abraham had a deal. But the god keeps demanding more and more and testing and prototypical follower. In this final and toughest test, Yahweh asks Abraham to sacrifice his son Yitzhak, and Abraham obeys without asking questions, in a riveting short story that might be the best one in the whole book. Support our podcast on Patreon! See aca…
 
The story of Sodom and Gomorrah has remained iconic for 3,000 years, incorporated enthusiastically by later Abrahamic religions. But looking at it in its proper context, it is most likely a pre-religious story of city people breaking the laws of hospitality. Abraham gets his family deity to send in a SWAT team to extricate his brother from Sodom ri…
 
Sarah is Avraham's loyal wife, who up till the age of 90 has not "given him" a son. God/Yahweh solves that problem with some magic, but that's not the end of her drama, which encapsulates much of how men saw the life of women in Ancient Mesopotamia. Support our podcast on Patreon! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Abraham and his deity reach an agreement - Abraham needs to leave his family and place of birth in return for fielty. That fealty includes other things as well: worship, obedience, cutting part of the penis, and killing your only son at Yahweh's demand. Slowly the god and follower strike a bond. Support our podcast on Patreon! See acast.com/privacy…
 
What did the world look like in those biblical times? What kind of climate did they live in? What were the animals ad vegetation around them? And what kind of culture do their special blend (+unique geography) produce? We host evolutionary biologist Dr. Rutger Vos to break it down. Rutger is Gil's partner on another podcast, Pod Academy, that combi…
 
What kind of person is Abraham? What are his character traits? What makes him so special that god/Yahweh chooses him? What does their partnership look like? There's so much to learn from the answers to these questions, and also if we compare him to other founding fathers/patriarchs like Hercules, Odysseus, Ibrahim, Jesus, Buddha and more. Check out…
 
The story of the Tower of Babel is another archetypical human story. Humans across the globe came to similar explanations to burning questions. The Tower of Babel story is written like a poem, with word plays and a beautifully consistent format. Check out our website for more http://www.podcastofbiblicalproportions.com Support our podcast on Patreo…
 
After learning about physics, the natural world and first professions, we now get to who were the people who built all those great cities out there, Uruk, Ninveh and others. According to the bible, Noah's sons and their descendants were founding fathers. Check out our website https://podcastofbiblicalproportions.com Support our podcast on Patreon! …
 
The epic story of Noah and the Flood has the two deities, Elohim and Yahweh, driving the plot, and Noah relegated to following orders to the tee. Each of the two deities has its own character traits and modes of communication with the chosen Noah. Visit our website https://podcastofbiblicalproportions.com Support our podcast on Patreon! See acast.c…
 
It is surprising how many cultures and religions, in Mesopotamia, the Mediterranean, Africa, Asia and the Americas have flood myths. Some of them impacted more than others the story of Noah's Ark. Visit our website https://podcastofbiblicalproportions.com Support our podcast on Patreon! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Whether you see it as an archetypical story about competition between brothers for their father's attention, or another example of the primordial conflict between nomadic and settled societies - Cain and Abel is an iconic story. Visit our website https://podcastofbiblicalproportions.com Support our podcast on Patreon! See acast.com/privacy for priv…
 
The story of Garden of Eden is another iconic tale, a coming of age story, nostalgia to the days of hunter-gatherers, and also a story about the legal right of men, women and snakes. Check out our website http://www.podcastofbiblicalproportions.com Support our podcast on Patreon! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Dr. Matthew J. Thomas is a Professor of Biblical Studies at the Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology. He's the author of numerous works including "Paul's 'Works of the Law' in the Perspective of Second-Century Reception."You can find more from Eric at www.ericroseberry.com"Soul Shaker" is performed by Reaktor Productions.…
 
The second creation story has a very clear connection to the local geography and geopolitics: specifying rivers and kingdoms. It's anything but universal. We look at the story through what went on in Mesopotamia at that time, including the Late Bronze Age Collapse that preceded it. Visit our website https://podcastofbiblicalproportions.com Support …
 
Welcome a new character into the story - the god Yahweh, who creates the world in one day after God(s) created it in six days in the preceding chapter. That's weird. Who's this guy? What kind of character is he? How does he go about creating the world? Visit our website https://podcastofbiblicalproportions.com Support our podcast on Patreon! See ac…
 
God establishes a hierarchy in the world he creates: first he lays the base, then the lights of the day and night, then the plants and the simplest living beings, then birds, the wild animals, and on the sixth day he creates the farm animals and a male and female prototype humans. Visit our website https://podcastofbiblicalproportions.com Support o…
 
Dr. Patrick Schreiner is a Professor of New Testament and Biblical Theology at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He's the author of numerous articles and books including "The Ascension of Christ: Recovering a Neglected Doctrine."You can find more content from Eric at www.ericroseberry.com."Soul Shaker" is performed by Reaktor Productions.…
 
The Bible's Creation Story might well be the most famous story ever written. It highlights a god rarely seen in the human world: a dispassionate, calculated and amorphous deity with a solid plan it executes to perfection. So who is this deity that the people of the Eastern Mediterranean people of the Kingdom of Israel created? Did they create him o…
 
How are we approaching this podcast? What are we looking for in the stories of the bible? Who are we? What's up with our weird accents? Visit our website http://www.podcastofbiblicalproportions.com/ Support our podcast on Patreon! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.저자 Gil and Omri
 
Dr. Joshua Jipp is a Professor of New Testament at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He's the author of numerous articles and books including his most recent release "The Messianic Theology of the New Testament."You can find more content from Eric at www.ericroseberry.com."Soul Shaker" is performed by Reaktor Productions.…
 
Dr. Jonathan Pennington is is a professor of New Testament Interpretation at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He's the author of a number of books including his most recent release, "Jesus the Great Philosopher."You can find more from Dr. Pennington at www.jonathanpennington.com. Eric's work is available at www.ericroseberry.com."Soul Sha…
 
Dr. Andrew Abernethy is a professor of Old Testament at Wheaton College. He is the author of numerous books and articles including his most recent release "God's Messiah in the Old Testament: Expectations of a Coming King."You can hear more from Eric at www.ericroseberry.com."Soul Shaker" is performed by Reaktor Productions.…
 
Dr. Helen Bond is a Professor of Christian Origins and Head of the School of Divinity at the University of Edinburgh. She's the author of numerous articles and books including her most recent, "The First Biography of Jesus: Genre and Meaning in Mark's Gospel."You can hear more from Eric at www.ericroseberry.com. "Soul Shaker" is performed by Reakto…
 
Dr. Nijay Gupta is a professor of New Testament at Northern Seminary. He is the author of a number of books including The State of New Testament Studies, Paul and the Language of Faith, and A Beginner's Guide to New Testament Studies.You can hear more from Eric at www.ericroseberry.com."Soul Shaker" is performed by Reaktor Productions.…
 
Dr. Todd Chipman is a professor of New Testament at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is the author of "Scripture Storyline: An Invitation to Biblical Theology." You can purchase Dr. Chipman's book here: https://www.amazon.com/Scripture-Storyline-Invitation-Biblical-Theology/dp/1948048396To hear more from Eric, head over to www.ericrosebe…
 
Dr. Ben Blackwell is a professor of theology at Houston Baptist University. He is also the director of Houston Theological Seminary. He is the co-author of "Engaging Theology: A Biblical, Historical, and Practical Introduction."To hear more from Eric, head over to www.ericroseberry.com. "Soul Shaker" is performed by Reaktor Productions.…
 
Dr. Madison Pierce is a professor of New Testament at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. She is the author of Muted Voices in the New Testament and Divine Discourse in the Epistle to the Hebrews.You can listen to her podcast, "Foreword" at the link: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/foreword/id1495187709To hear more from Eric, you can visit h…
 
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