Quentin Tarantino and Once Upon a Time in Israel

Jesus and the New Testament—good. Yahweh and the Old Testament—not really so good. So goes the popular, but largely whispered, dichotomy.

It’s not that David is unrepentant of the harm he has caused Bathsheba, Uriah, and countless others. The point is that David is repenting of the sin that lies beneath these actions, the sin all of us would rather avoid. He names this sin right after in verse 5: “I was brought forth in iniquity, and in sin did my mother conceive me.”

Day 1 Schedule

  • Doors Open

    Optional short support copy (H6)
  • Daniel Emery Price

    Optional short support copy (p)

  • Lunch

  • Daniel Emery Price

    Optional short support copy (p)

Speakers

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