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Live Q+R: Holiness

Bible Project
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Holiness: It’s not just about hip, ripped jeans. In this live Q+R Jon and Tim talk about purity, the phrase “set apart,” the dangerous power of God’s goodness, and what they would wear if they had dinner with the President. Check out the Holiness video and then jump into the conversation!

 

 

We covered a lot, so if you’d like to jump to specific topics simply click on the questions below:

 

Moses and Joshua have encounters with God and “holy ground” (holy because of God’s presence). But if God’s presence is everywhere, aren’t we ALWAYS on holy ground?

 

In the Bible, does the idea of holiness mean “perfection” or does it just mean separated or cut apart from?

 

Since God’s holiness is dangerous, how were the people in Genesis able to interact with God before the laws on ritual purity were given?

 

John says God is LOVE. Isaiah (and others) say God is HOLY HOLY HOLY. Is this contradictory?

 

I get the whole ceremonial purity, but so how does moral purity fit into this idea of holiness. Doesn’t the New Testament call the be “holy” refer primarily to moral purity?

 

Does holiness have to do only with a separation of the heart or lifestyles?