Moral Action and the Fear of God
Scripture: Exodus 1:1–2:22
The book of Exodus begins by recounting the moral actions of various people. From the murderous plot of the king of Egypt to the heroic actions of two lowly birthing assistants, the introduction to Exodus sets the stage by presenting the predicament in which the people of God found themselves. Join us as we explore the relationship between the fear of God and the moral trajectory of one’s choices.
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