If we accept the adage that “life is a journey,” what is the end of our destination? And what are the implications for our lives now?
Dr. Michael Legaspi
Associate Professor of Classics and Ancient Professors of Classics and Ancient Mediterranean Studies and Jewish Studies at Pennsylvania State University
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How does God’s covenant with Abraham offer us guidance through our lives?
What’s the goal to which God is leading Moses and the Israelites? Why does it matter?
How are the Israelites prepared by God to enter into the Promised Land?
How does the establishment of a monarchy in the Promised Land relate to God’s promises to Abraham and the narrative we have examined so far?
What is the purpose and function of the Temple?
How do we make sense of the Abrahamic promises in light of the exile?
How are the Abrahamic promises fulfilled in Christ?
Now that Jesus has fulfilled the promises to Abraham, what does that mean in relation to how Christians are judged?
What does true Christian obedience look like?
How do we deal with difficulties when we read the Bible?
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