The ancient Israelites were as detached from their official religion as are many/most Americans from official Christianity.
In our continuing effort the corrupt the minds of college students (because college students don’t already have currupt minds), Pete and Jared recently took a road trip to Penn State to record an episode of B4NP in front of a live audience.
Just as the church is made up of all sorts of people with different personalities, different histories, and different and conflicting perspectives, so is the Bible.
I lay much of the blame on schools who boast of their top flight PhD programs and continue to recruit students but are apparently oblivious to the fact that their graduates won’t find work in what they think they are training for: tenure track positions in colleges, universities, or seminaries.
On this episode—without any adult supervision whatsoever—I give my own take on divine violence, specificially: the Flood story, the curses in Deuteronomy 28, and, of course, the one every one wants to talk about, God’s command to the Israelites to wipe the Canaanites off the face of the earth and take their land. And a good time was […]