BI162 Problems in Bible Interpretation: Difficult Passages II

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In Problems in Bible Interpretation: Difficult Passages II (BI162), Dr. Michael Heiser discusses several challenging Scripture passages. He covers some passages that pose ethical problems like God telling Samuel to lie, David asking God to kill his enemies, and Jesus telling His disciples to buy swords or to eat His flesh and drink His blood. He also examines several places where New Testament authors use Old Testament passages.

Introduction

Introducing the Speaker and the Course

Introducing the Speaker and the Course

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Lies, Deception, Deflection, and Misdirection

The Problem of God and Samuel

The Problem of God and Samuel

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Ezekiel Saw a Wheel

Capturing the Imagination

Capturing the Imagination

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A Deterrent to Human Revenge

Asking God for Vengeance

Asking God for Vengeance

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Who Incited the Census?

God or Satan?

God or Satan?

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Spiritual or Human Beings?

Jesus’ Use of Psalm 82:6

Jesus’ Use of Psalm 82:6

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Prophecy in Retrospect

Out of Egypt

Out of Egypt

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The Virgin Shall Conceive

A Miraculous Conception

A Miraculous Conception

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Jesus’ References to Swords

Does Jesus Encourage Violence?

Does Jesus Encourage Violence?

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Jesus, the Bread of Life

Eat My Flesh, Drink My Blood

Eat My Flesh, Drink My Blood

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Conclusion

Springboard for Further Study

Springboard for Further Study

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