2. Exodus

In the parashat of Exodus, Dr. Alexander (Sasha) Bolotnikov and Dr. Stan Beerman explore many topics of interest to Jews and Christians alike, as they seek to live meaningful lives. Topics include:

  • Genocide
  • Honoring father and mother
  • Deliverance from oppression
  • Forgiveness
  • Covenants
  • Laws
  • Worship

The Bible’s insights into these topics are incredibly current for the world we live in today. [div class=’content-2-col-left’]

Shemot

Original Broadcast Date: January 8, 2016

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Vaera

Original Broadcast Date: January 15, 2016

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Bo

Original Broadcast Date: January 22, 2016

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Beshelach

Original Broadcast Date: January 31, 2016

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Yitro

Yitro is “Jethro” in English.

Full transcript here.

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Mishpatim

Mishpatim means “Judgments” in English.

Full transcript here.

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Terumah

Terumah means “gift” or “offering” in English.

Full transcript here.

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Tetzaveh

Tezaveh means “to command” in English.

Full transcript here.

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Ki Tisa

Ki Tisa means, “When you count.”

Full transcript here.

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Vayakhel

Vayakhel means “and he assembled.”

Full transcript here.

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