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Live Q+R: Exodus Part 2

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We’re diving into the “snippets of stories and blocks of laws” that encompass Exodus 19-40. Have you previously stopped reading the Torah as soon as the Israelites get to Mt. Sinai and there are all those Tabernacle measurements? Never fear, Jon and Tim answer viewer questions about the second half of the book of Exodus.

 

 

If you’d like to jump to specific topics we covered, click on the questions below: 

 

If Moses could convince God to change His mind about destroying the Israelites, what does this indicate about God’s sovereignty and His being all-knowing? Will He change His mind for our lives too?

 

Is there any real cool symbolism in the detailed design of the tabernacle that most modern readers wouldn’t recognize?

 

How does the Sinai Covenant fit into the overall narrative of the Torah?

 

How do the second set of Ten Commandments in Exodus 34 fit in with the first set of Ten Commandments given?

 

Can Tim read some Hebrew poetry?

 

Did God expected the Israelites to fully follow all of the covenant laws?

 

How will the tabernacle and covenant connect to Jesus?

 

How should Christians navigate and apply the old testament laws in this current time?

 

Did the Israelites eat Manna all through there journey and is there anything symbolic about it?

 

Did other ancient cultures adopt any of the Jewish law?

 

Isn’t Hammurabi’s Code very similar to the Ten Commandments?

 

There seems to be a strange tension between God having emotions, and yet still being unchanging. Can you expand on that?