A podcast by 9Marks, with Alex Duke, Sam Emadi & Jim Hamilton.
Leviticus 8–10: On What the Deaths of Nadab and Abihu Have to Do With Church Membership and Discipline (Bible Talk, Ep. 37)
At the end of Leviticus 9, it’s almost as if we’ve fixed the problem of sin. But in the very next chapter, the Lord strikes down two priests—Nadab and Abihu—for offering “strange fire.”
In this episode of Bible Talk, Jim Hamilton, and Sam Emadi chat about Leviticus 8–10.
Leviticus 1–7: On the Difference Between Being the Quarterback and Tailgating Outside the Stadium (Bible Talk, Ep 36)
The book of Leviticus isn’t just a bunch of random rules. It provides an answer to the problem that’s been swirling over God’s people since Genesis 3: How can a sinful people dwell in the midst of a holy God?
In this episode of Bible Talk, Alex Duck talks with Jim Hamilton and Sam Emadi about Leviticus 1–7.
Exodus 35-40: On How It Started, How It’s Going, and the Beautiful End of Exodus (Bible Talk, Ep. 35)
By the end of Exodus, our story has come full circle. Humanity has been exiled since the Garden. But now, God will dwell amidst his people and they will have access to his presence.
Alex Duke chats with Jim Hamilton and Sam Emadi about Exodus 35–40.
Exodus 34: On YHWH’s Self-Expositional Sermon and Why We Have It Better than Radiant-Faced Moses (Bible Talk, Ep. 34)
In Exodus 34, Moses learns that the God who has saved and revealed himself to Israel is a God who has established his justice so that he can display the wonders of his mercy. This becomes the center of biblical theology.
Exodus 32-33: On Worshiping YHWH in a Carnival Mirror (Bible Talk, Ep. 33)
In Exodus 26–31, Moses is on the mountain talking with God. While that was happening, what were God’s people up to?
In this episode of Bible Talk, Alex Duke chats with Jim Hamilton and Sam Emadi about Exodus 32–33, in which God’s people “worship” God in terribly destructive ways.
Exodus 26-31: On Chip & Joanna Gaines’ Tour through the Furniture of Faith (Bible Talk, Ep. 32)
When we get to Exodus 26–31, we’re tempted to let our eyes glaze over what seems to be an overly long list of the Tabernacle furniture and its accompanying details. In this episode of Bible Talk, Alex Duke chats with Jim Hamilton and Sam Emadi what these chapters tell us and why we as Christians should care about them.
This podcast has been absolutely amazing. It is so rare that you will gather a group of men with the kind of intelligence and ability to communicate as these three. The host asks great questions and keeps things on track, reminds the scholars to explain terms and not get carried away, and the Sam and Jim almost never interrupt each other. They are clearly enjoying God and His Word, and they stir up my affections for God and His Word as I listen. I am also convicted and challenged by the Word of God as I listen as well. Finally, with all the craziness of current events, it is so valuable to have a podcast that just goes through the Word. It seems to me that this is a profound way of hiding in God’s Word, and the eternal truths therein. I really hope these guys make it all the way through the Bible.