1. Zipporah and Moses were bound by blood. More than that, God and Moses were bound by blood.
  2. Blood is the thing. In the Scriptures, sin must be covered or "atoned for" as it's called, by blood.
  3. At the Passover, when Jesus said, "Take, eat, this is my body... take, drink, this is the New Testament in my blood, which is given and shed for you for the forgiveness of sins," he wasn't inventing a "new" thing.
  4. Often, when we talk about the Old Testament, we talk about God's promises and work for his chosen people, Israel.
  5. Jesus is the Word of God. God’s Word—on two legs (John 1:14). I’d read it in the first chapter of John’s Gospel many, many times.
  6. The Thinking Fellows are joined by Donavon Riley to talk about how Jesus is present and works through all the Scriptures. Inspired by the episode Scott and Donavon Talk About Everything, the Fellows cover OT prophecy and theophanies.
  7. For the past twenty years that I've been a Christian, I've not found any evidence in my reading of Judges 13-16 that qualifies Samson for the "book of faith" (Hebrews 11).