Exodus 11–13: On the Presbyterian Exodus and the “Very Great” Podcast Named Bible Talk (Bible Talk, Ep. 25)
Bible Talk’s conversations through Exodus finally arrive at the exodus.
2:00 / What’s the purpose of Exodus 11 and its mere 10 verses?
3:06 / Why does Moses (seemingly) brag on himself?
4:45 / How frequent is first-person narrative in Scripture?
6:10 / In Exodus 11:6-7, Alex makes note of the contrast between Egypt’s crying and dogs not barking at Israel.
8:57 / What’s going on with the detailed pre-Passover ritual?
10:47 / Sam says at the very heart of the Passover ceremony is penal substitution.
13:06 / Jim elaborates on Israel’s biggest problem—that they’ve been alienated from God’s presence—which requires penal substitution.
13:54 / How does the Passover apply to Christians? (Because they’re not Jews.)
15:05 / Sam and Jim make observations about the different imagery used in the Passover preparation.
19:43 / Israel is set aside to be priests unto God.
21:20 / Why will the Passover be a “memorial day?”
23:30 / Does the Passover relate to the Lord’s Supper, and if so, how?
26:18 / Sam gives thanks for God’s purposeful design of a child’s inquisitiveness in memorial-like moments.
28:28 / Pharaoh’s response to the tenth and final plague reminds Alex of Esau.
29:18 / Conflict between the seed of the woman and the seed of the serpent continues.
30:42 / Why does Exodus 12:40-41 sound like Israel’s obituary?
32:20 / Sam presents the highlights of the exodus in Exodus.
34:11 / In what way is this a Presbyterian exodus?
39:34 / Jim connects Moses’ instruction of the fathers in Exodus 13 to Deuteronomy.
40:33 / Why does God send Israel the long way?
41:45 / When Moses leaves Egypt, what does he take with him, and why is it important?
43:07 / How does the Lord let the people of Israel know he’s with them when they exit Egypt?