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The 9Marks at Southeastern Conference is a conference about the church, for the church. The conference exists to equip pastors and church leaders to lead their congregations toward greater health for the glory of King Jesus. Each year, the 9Marks at Southeastern Conference examines a particular topic related to church health and provides biblical and practical help fellow pastors and leaders.
 
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In this episode of Bible Talk, Alex Duke, Jim Hamilton, and Sam Emadi continue their conversation through Exodus. This time, they discuss all those laws in Exodus 22–23. Why are they there? Why should Christians not just let their eyes glaze over them?Av 9Marks
 
In this episode of Bible Talk, Alex Duke, Jim Hamilton, and Sam Emadi continue their conversation through Exodus. This time, they discuss all those laws in Exodus 22–23. Why are they there? Why should Christians not just let their eyes glaze over them? SHOW NOTES Image: Mt. Sinai, a drawing by Edward Lear 1812-1888 iTunes Spotify Download MP3…
 
When Moses refers to slavery in the Torah, how should we understand it? What about “justice”? In this episode of Bible Talk, Alex Duke chats with Jim Hamilton and Sam Emadi about a difficult chapter of Scripture: Exodus 21. SHOW NOTES Image: Jüdischer Viehhändler, 1909 iTunes Spotify Download MP3
 
It doesn’t take long for the Israelites to go from singing by the sea to grumbling against God, begging him to take them back to Egypt. Alex Duke chats with Jim Hamilton and Sam Emadi about Exodus 16–18. SHOW NOTES Book: The Rare Jewel Of Christian Contentment, by Jeremiah Burroughs Image: Moses draws water from the rock, Francois Perrier, 1642 iTu…
 
In this episode of Bible Talk, Alex Duke chats with Jim Hamilton and Sam Emadi about Exodus 14–15. Here, the people of Israel are overjoyed as they move from beheading the snake to singing by the sea. SHOW NOTES Image: The Crossing of the Red Sea, Nicolas Poussin, 1634 Download MP3 iTunes Spotify
 
Exodus 8 begins with a plague of frogs. By the end of Exodus 10, the whole nation of Egypt is covered in total darkness—so much so that “they did not see one another, nor did anyone rise from his place for three days.” It’s as if the people of Egypt were stuck in a grave. But the people of Israel? Moses tells us: “But all the people of Israel had l…
 
Exodus 8 begins with a plague of frogs. By the end of Exodus 10, the whole nation of Egypt is covered in total darkness—so much so that “they did not see one another, nor did anyone rise from his place for three days.” It’s as if the people of Egypt were stuck in a grave. But the people of Israel? Moses tells us: “But all the people of Israel had l…
 
By the end of Exodus 7, the Lord has brought the first plague against Egypt. But before we get there, Moses makes us wait. In this episode of Bible Talk, Alex Duke chats with Jim Hamilton and Sam Emadi about Exodus 5–7. SHOW NOTES Image: Moses and Aaron Changing the Rivers of Egypt to Blood, Bartholomeus Breenbergh (1598–1657) iTunes Spotify Downlo…
 
At the beginning of Exodus 3, Moses is milling about in Midian with some sheep. Then God shows up in a burning bush and everything changes. In this episode of Bible Talk, Alex Duke chats with Jim Hamilton and Sam Emadi about Exodus 3–4. * * * * * Image: Study for Moses and the Burning Bush, Henry Ossawa (1859–1937) Download MP3…
 
Genesis ends with Joseph’s bones in a box in the belly of the beast. Exodus begins with Israel being fruitful and multiplying under the harsh rule of a Pharaoh who knows neither Joseph nor his God. In this episode of Bible Talk, Alex Duke chats with Jim Hamilton and Sam Emadi about Exodus 1–2. SHOW NOTES Image: The Finding of Moses (1905), by Lawre…
 
Genesis ends with Joseph’s bones in a box in the belly of the beast. Exodus begins with Israel being fruitful and multiplying under the harsh rule of a Pharaoh who knows neither Joseph nor his God. In this episode of Bible Talk, Alex Duke chats with Jim Hamilton and Sam Emadi about Exodus 1–2.Av 9Marks
 
In chapters 48–50, Genesis finally fades to black . . . very, very slowly. Alex Duke chats with Jim Hamilton and Sam Emadi about Moses’ conclusion—which includes Jacob’s death, Joseph’s death, and a fascinating snapshot of “what could have been” for Egypt. iTunes Spotify Download MP3
 
In chapters 48–50, Genesis finally fades to black . . . very, very slowly. Alex Duke chats with Jim Hamilton and Sam Emadi about Moses’ conclusion—which includes Jacob’s death, Joseph’s death, and a fascinating snapshot of “what could have been” for Egypt.Av 9Marks
 
It’s been decades since Jacob found out his beloved son Joseph had been torn apart by wild animals (Gen. 33:37). But at the end of last week’s episode, he discovered he was wrong! Joseph is alive! And so he wants to go see him before he dies. In this episode of Bible Talk, Alex Duke chats with Jim Hamilton and Sam Emadi about Genesis 46–47. They co…
 
It’s been decades since Jacob found out his beloved son Joseph had been torn apart by wild animals (Gen. 33:37). But at the end of last week’s episode, he discovered he was wrong! Joseph is alive! And so he wants to go see him before he dies. In this episode of Bible Talk, Alex Duke chats with Jim Hamilton and Sam Emadi about Genesis 46–47. They co…
 
In this episode of Preachers Talk, David Helm sits in the interviewer’s chair and chats with Ed Copeland and Jeremy Meeks about how to approach guest preaching. They cover pitfalls to avoid, targets to aim at, and the congregational blessing of having someone “outside your tribe” to preach. They also discuss practical questions like honoraria, dres…
 
If you spend any time at all reading the Bible, then you’ll realize just how often the Bible uses the Bible. There are obvious quotations, but there are also implicit allusions, artistically woven throughout. In this episode of Preachers Talk, Jeremy Meeks chats with David Helm and Michael Lawrence about how preachers ought to approach the Bible’s …
 
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