Pete continues his award-winning (his cat seems to like it) and mind-altering series on Exodus by diving into chapters 5-13: Moses and Aaron’s first confrontation with Pharaoh (which did and did not go well) and the story of the plagues, which are loaded with all sorts of symbolic, theological, and mythic meaning.
Pithy, shareable, less-than-280-character statements you can share.
- “There’s a theme here in Exodus – and this goes really throughout Scripture, Old and New Testaments – is that the Creator is the redeemer.” @peteenns
- “I think that the Exodus story has a historical footing or grounding, but the story is not told in a way that simply preserves that. It’s told in ways that drives theology forward.” @peteenns