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Bible Bites - June 5, 2017
Exodus 32:7-33:23 - Aftermath of the Golden Calf
From Series: "Exodus"
The book of Exodus forms the foundation of the rest of Scripture. From its iconic story of liberation in the showdown between Moses and Pharaoh to the giving of the Torah and the Tabernacle, everything else in the Bible flows from the story of God's rescue in Exodus.
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Meet the Hosts
Tom Fuerst and his family make their dwelling amongst the Memphibians in Memphis, TN. He blogs at tom1st.com, loves discussing the Bible, and despite years of practice he has yet to successful pick-pocket another human being above the age of 4. You can follow Tom on Twitter, where you’ll find snark, sports, and sermonizing in full swing.
Elizabeth Glass Turner
Elizabeth Glass Turner is the Associate Director for Community and Creative Development at World Methodist Evangelism. She also manages wesleyanaccent.com. With an M.A. in Theological Studies, Elizabeth approached pastoral and campus ministry with an eye for cultural anthropology and practical theological application.
Moses is mad. God is mad. Moses changes God’s mind, and then his face glows. God takes a time out.read more
Israel breaks their marriage vows almost immediately. Why? And what can we learn about waiting for God?read more
The remaining instructions for the tabernacle involve the priestly garments, the priests’ installation and a few other random bits. It all concludes with a Sabbath commandment.read more
We explore the Outer Court, then ask how the tabernacle functioned for Israel throughout their history. What happens to the tabernacle in the New Testament? And why does it still matter today?read more
The Tabernacle is the climax of the Exodus story. We explore the first two spaces – the Holy of Holies and the Holy place. What are these spaces, and why do they still matter today?read more