23 thoughts on “Live Q+A on Genesis 12-50

  1. Ok ok I hear you. I agree, it’s more important that the creation account leads to Jesus than whether it should be interpreted literally or not. I won’t troll here anymore. I’ll troll elsewhere.

  2. This has nothing to do with divisiveness, the thing with Genesis 1 to 11 is that is essential to the whole scripture, people don’t have any scientific problem with Genesis but with the God of Genesis, that’s why they lose when they debate us and don’t want to debate anymore, you guys can keep holding to the idea that you don’t want to talk about it, but know that is very crucial to the understanding of the whole Bible!

  3. If anyone is more interested in the weirdness between Joseph and Judah go check out a sermon by voddie baucham called the rescuer. Its here on youtube.

  4. Hi! I am from Dominican Republic and I saw here in your video you guys are working on the translation of your videos in here! I really admire and am blessed by your work with these videos, I’d love to help you in anyway I can if you guys want me to! 🙂

  5. Every 20 mins dslr cameras always takes a nap, up to 3 to 5 sec. hehehee! i don’t know why, but i think you should change camera on filming your vidcasts.

  6. I’m a little late to the party but hope you guys can answer my question. I have been taught that Melchizedek is presented as a contrast to the king of Sodom, in line with the “blessing to the nations” theme. The nations have 2 options to respond to God’s chosen representative either to acknowledge Abraham’s God and share in communion with Abraham’s family or they could reject/ignore Israel’s God and not be in communion with Abraham. What do you guys think?

  7. Hm, I forgot where Tim says that cherubim and seraphim (winged creatures) are not angels, but I’m not sure if the Bible attests to that. (i’m not here to start a war, just to clarify ;))

    So in Isaiah 6:2, it’s clear that the seraphim have wings. And a face and feet. I might be interpreting this the wrong way though, but I’m just reading what the Scripture says. And I think, according to one of the Bible Project’s videos (I think it was the Book of Job? I loved that one haha) Satan was identified as an angel (before, of course, he fell). According to Ezekiel 14 and 16, Satan was also a cherub. Unless, of course, I misinterpreted the Scripture again.

    anyone is welcome to debunk this :> thanks in advanced!

  8. I like the way you guys present your videos. The reason is that you guys work hard to keep subjects or Bible narrative in a general view (balance).

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