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BibleProject Podcast
The creators of BibleProject have in-depth conversations about the Bible and theology. A companion podcast to BibleProject videos found at
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4.9 stars from 21,191 ratings
As a Canadian salt is also a symbolic of safety on the roads in winter. As God is our safety in the world when the narrow path gets slippery.
Canadain Doug via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 02/25/24
So about the new format…
Love this pod ya’ll, and while I love the idea of your Sermon focus for 2024, unfortunately I’m not feelin’ the new format. IMO this brand was built on—and is all about—a) Tim’s humble & unique expertise/perspective + b) his and Jon’s relaxing fireside-chat style flow. But now, I just don’t...Read full review »
Bev in CA via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/25/24
This used to be one of my favorite podcasts BECAUSE it was less produced and felt like I was just a fly on the wall listening to John and Tim talk. Please consider bringing back that format! All the extras are so distracting and really take away from the experience significantly.
Kathleenkirkham via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/23/24
Recent Episodes
Published 02/26/24
Sermon on the Mount E9 – What did Jesus mean when he said he came to fulfill the Law and the Prophets? In Jesus’ day, the laws from the Torah were over a thousand years old. And the Jewish people under Roman occupation weren’t able to follow all of the laws perfectly, leading to countless...
Published 02/26/24
Sermon on the Mount E8 – Why does Jesus call his followers salt and light? In the Hebrew Bible, salt is a metaphor for God’s long-lasting covenant with Israel, connected to priestly sacrifices, ritual purity, and social bonds. And the Hebrew word for light, or, shares a wordplay with torah,...
Published 02/19/24
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