On Sept. 24, Pastor Nate Harlan begins a study on Exodus 3 in which God reveals His own name within a burning bush. But first, we examine the context with an overview of the previous chapter in which Moses is born, is saved from death, and then flees to the desert.
Pastor Nate Harlan discusses the concept of “chirality” in theology — symmetrical and asymmetrical elements in balance, such as the relationship between the Noahic and New covenants.
Pastor Nate Harlan teaches us to pay attention to the themes of stories and of Scripture itself.
Pastor Nate Harlan wraps up our discussion on Genesis 15 and the covenant God established with Abram. What was the significance of the signs God provided to Abram, from the sacrificed animals to the smoking fire pot and flaming torch?
This Sunday, Nate Harlan discusses Genesis 15:7–8, “And he said to him, ‘I am the LORD who brought you out from Ur of the Chaldeans to give you this land to possess.’ But he said, ‘O Lord GOD, how am I to know that I shall possess it?’” (ESV)
This Sunday, Nate Harlan focuses on Genesis 15:6, “And he believed the LORD, and he counted it to him as righteousness.” (ESV)
This Sunday, Nate Harlan works through Genesis 15 when Abram is center stage in a pivotal moment in the history of God’s people.