On this week’s Mere Fidelity, Matt, Derek, and I discuss the ‘boring’ parts of Scripture: genealogies, numbers, lists of laws, sacrificial rituals, etc. How can we read such parts profitably?
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What should we make of the distinction between clean and unclean animals? Is there some deeper reason that some animals are considered clean and others unclean?
Peter Leithart and I continue our exploration of the sacrificial system, discussing the trespass offering.
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Within this video, I discuss Genesis 15, with God’s cutting of a covenant with Abram, an unusual vision, and declaration of the future events of the Exodus. For more on this chapter, read my treatment here. For more on Exodus themes in Scripture see my book on the subject.