Jen Wilkin, JT English, and Kyle Worley discuss Exodus 1:1-11 and trace the themes of multiplication, wicked kings, and exile throughout scripture.
Questions Covered in This Episode:
- What is biblical theology?
- What is an overview of the book of Exodus?
- Where did the idea of multiplication come from?
- How do we see the theme of the wicked kings and serpents throughout scripture?
- How do we see Exile reverberate as a theme beyond Exodus?
- How do these themes show up in other familiar stories?
- How do we see the theme of ineffectual persecution in scripture?
- What is the story of Exodus trying to give us hope in?
- Systematic Theology: Studying doctrine found in scripture.
- Biblical Theology: Studying themes found throughout scripture.
- Ineffectual Persecution: Where the forces of evil intend to crush the people of God but instead the forces of evil end up being crushed by the living God.
Resources Mentioned in this Episode
- Genesis 15, Genesis 37-50, Exodus 1:1-14, Genesis 1:28, Genesis 3:15, 1 Samuel 17, Revelation 12, 1 Kings 22:29-40, Genesis 3:23-24, 2 Kings 24-25, 1 Peter 1:1
- Knowing Faith:
- The Story of Exodus
- Joseph in Egypt Pt. 1
- Joseph in Egypt Pt. 2
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