The Journey Shepherd John Dickmann shares seven ways older people can connect with younger people.
Was the God of the Old Testament Scriptures different from the God of the New Testament? God is not what we sometimes have thought, as a God of law and stone in the Old Testament and a God of love in the New Testament. Exodus 34 blows this up.
What do we do with the violence in the Bible? How do you read it? Does it lead you to faith or to doubt? Exodus 32 is an exercise in reading the Bible and God's ways on their own terms. This is the famous story of Moses breaking the tablets with the Ten Commandments, but there's much more to deal with her than broken tablets.
Today's Journey Bible Project blog attempts to open a very difficult discussion during our four year journey through the Bible: Israel's "conquering the land" by destruction of other people. Did God command, allow, or condone this, or was this Israel's idea they gave God credit for?
What do you think about the death penalty? More importantly, what does God think about the death penalty. In today's Journey Bible Project blog, Greg Taylor looks into what God thinks about the death penalty from Exodus 22 and beyond.
In today's Journey Bible Project blog, Greg Taylor discusses six commands from the Ten Commandments that center on flourishing human relationships.
We miss something very important when we read the ten commandments. What is it that monument makers and preachers often miss? Read today's blog in The Journey's Bible Project and see what very important story must be under the ten commandments in order to practice the commands as God intended.