The world is ending. What is pattern of destruction? What is the pattern of escape? What is really going on in the story itself? There are some awesome truths about righteousness and holiness hidden just under the surface of the Noah narrative. Join in as we dig deep.
Genealogies are perhaps the most boring part of scripture that we encounter. As we will discover though, genealogies can provide the backdrop for some of the most profound and philosophical discussions in the Bible. Let’s put out tools all together and use them to see what we can discover of use in this seemingly boring and meaningless chapter.
Many times scripture is not clear when we wish it would be. What do we do with this vagueness? How can we find a pearl of great value in the midst of questions without answers? The answer may lie in the pieces of a puzzle.
Life is found in patterns. We have to learn the patterns of Scripture before we can find the things of life. In this episode we search two new patterns. Metaphors and Word Trains. How can we use these patterns to develop meaning?
In this episode we begin to examine the Bible through the lens of life. Genesis 1. The story of creation. The chapter in which life is introduced to our world. This episode begins a four part series on ways to dig deeper in Scripture and to discover what it is that the author is affirming.
What does it mean to Seek Life? What is the purpose of Darash Chai? What is life? How is any of this different than what has been done before? Why should you care? Welcome to the Darash Chai experiment.