This is Scripture Roundtable 61 from The Interpreter Foundation, in which we discuss the Old Testament Gospel Doctrine Lesson #11, “How Can I Do This Great Wickedness?” focusing on scriptures in Genesis 34-35, 37, and 39, bringing in various insights to help us better understand the scriptures. These roundtables will generally follow the 2014 Gospel Doctrine schedule of scriptures, a few weeks ahead of time.
Panelists for this roundtable include Jeffrey Bradshaw, Martin Tanner, and Craig Foster.
This roundtable is also available as an audio podcast, and will be included in the podcast feed. You can listen by pressing the play button or download the podcast below:
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As a person who learns from stories and visuals I appreciate your knowledge and ability to explain the Bible in a “simple” but understandable way. Your discussions help me to visualize the story and then I can read the Scriptures and understand them. My attention span is short so this has been a blessing for me. Thank you and know that you are an extension of Christ’s hand to lift people up and give them hope through understanding.
As a person who has a trial with reading because of ADHD, I learn by watching and listening to stories. The Bible has been a challenge for me because I don’t feel like I retain much but by putting the stories in simple but powerful context as you do, I retain the information and have a visual of the scriptures. Thank you for taking the time to bless us with your knowledge in a way we can understand. You are making a difference for those of us who are visual learners. God bless your efforts and passions.
Maps (story maps?)? Timelines? Pics? Charts? Links to these things?
You guys don’t have anything else to do right?
This podcast was absolutely amazing! I have been following these podcasts for the last six months or so. (Ever since I was called to teach Gospel Doctrine)
I never thought that i would have anything good to say about the story of Judah and Tamar. Now I do. Wow.
Very informative, as usual. A great way to prepare for my Gospel Doctrine class