83: Hannah’s Humility (1 Samuel 1-2a)

Hannah was barren, like many other mothers of significant biblical figures up to this point, but that didn’t stop her from believing that God would grant her a son. That son, Samuel, would go on to be the final judge of Israel and anoint the first two kings of Israel. Her willingness to give back to God what was given to her is admirable, and she really sets up the theme to 1 and 2 Samuel. Let’s dive on in!

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65: Was the Conquest of Canaan Justified? (Joshua 11-19)

We discuss the morality of Israel slaughtering whole towns, and whether “the God of the New Testament” was really behind it. We also talk about inheritance again, and how to dress when the weather starts changing.

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