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Curt King and Kreig Durham are two Christians and nerds with a passion for studying and sharing the Word of God. Join them as they study through books of the Bible, diving into the Truth of the Word and injecting their own quirks and humor along the way! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thebibleburrito/support

The Bible Burrit‪o‬ Curt & Kreig

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Curt King and Kreig Durham are two Christians and nerds with a passion for studying and sharing the Word of God. Join them as they study through books of the Bible, diving into the Truth of the Word and injecting their own quirks and humor along the way! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thebibleburrito/support

    Esther (Part Six): The Salvation of God's People

    Esther (Part Six): The Salvation of God's People

    We conclude the study of the book of Esther by examining how Esther and Mordecai dealt with the impending "kill" order that Haman had gotten written into law. Through this last section, we see God's ultimate justice and His salvation and care for His people. As His church, we can take heart knowing we share in the victory that Christ has already won and that God will one day right all the wrongs that plague the world now.


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    • 46 min
    Esther (Part Five): Haman and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

    Esther (Part Five): Haman and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

    The book of Esther is ramping up quickly now as Haman's grand, evil plans unravel at a breakneck speed. In the span of 24 hours, Haman goes from living his best life and feeling like royalty to seeing his plans foiled and his life taken. Irony dominates this part of this historical narrative, and God's providence again is plainly seen.


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    • 55 min
    Esther (Part Four): Esther and Mordecai

    Esther (Part Four): Esther and Mordecai

    Chapters 4 and 5 of the book of Esther include some of the most pivotal moments of the whole story. Mordecai and Esther discuss Haman's horrific plan, and Mordecai pleads with Esther to do something about it. In an awesome move, Esther takes ownership of her faith and the fate of the Jews of Persia and decides to attempt to fix things. Major themes in this section include faith and prayer. We also analyze how Esther's plan to delay her request by inviting the king and Haman to feasts was brilliantly strategic.


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    Esther (Part Three): Haman Hatches a Heinous Plan

    Esther (Part Three): Haman Hatches a Heinous Plan

    This week, we finally meet the human villain of the story of Esther: Haman the Agagite. Haman was a pretty bad dude (Hitler-level bad, honestly), and in this episode, we see how Mordecai's decision to stand up to Haman set off the rest of the chain of events in the book. A master of the silver tongue, Haman knew just what to tell King Xerxes to get him to sign off on the total genocide of the Jewish population of Persia. Just what pushed Haman to this psychotic rage, as well as what Mordecai was taking a stand for exactly, are not fully known, but Haman's ancestors and the once-whole nation of Israel had enough history to make plenty of educated guesses.

    We also dive into the topic on everyone's minds: did Kreig finally watch Stargirl??


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    • 56 min
    Esther (Part Two): The Bachelor, Medo-Persian Edition

    Esther (Part Two): The Bachelor, Medo-Persian Edition

    As the study of the book of Esther continues, we examine Mordecai's and Esther's entrances into the story. Xerxes loses a war, Esther enters the ancient world version of The Bachelor, and Mordecai saves the king's life. Taking a fresh look at this part of the story, you'll find that Mordecai and Esther weren't particularly "good Hebrews" in the sense of obeying the commands and instructions set forth in the Jewish law by God. But in spite of their hidden faith and questionable morals, God set them both in prominent positions for greater plans. God doesn't create evil or sin, but when humanity errs, He works through/in spite of those events to bring about ultimate Good.


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    • 54 min
    Esther (Part One): The Demise of Queen Vashti

    Esther (Part One): The Demise of Queen Vashti

    We're kicking off a new book study on the BBP: Esther! Unlike previous, books, this won't necessarily be a verse-by-verse study, but rather a section-by-section study, looking through each major breakdown the book. The book of Esther is a historical and narrative book, so we have to take a wider look at the sections of Scripture here.

    The book of Esther is one of our favorite books. We explore the historical and scriptural context, some of the major themes, and start right into the first chapter of the book. Unlike most books of the Bible, the name of Jehovah God is not actually mentioned, yet His presence and workings are undeniable throughout. In this first section, we see how Queen Vashti stood her ground against an immoral King, and how that set the stage for the rest of the story.


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    • 50 min

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Bejunje ,

👍🏿liking the chips and salsa episodes. Tides me over

Love the food references in the intro

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Refreshing

These guys do an awesome job of diving deep into God’s Word, while keeping things light. Look forward to each episode!

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Great Bible talks and inside as well as plenty of humor to make it enjoyable for anyone.

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They love the Lord, they love their families, and their purpose is to Glorify God while bringing a Bible discussion with relevant culture topics.

Take time to listen to a couple of the podcasts, and you will not regret it.

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