What was the Exodus about?

I've written before about the Exodus, but Phillip's recent post (and this post at Triablogue) has sparked me to revisit the topic. My post today is not about the prophetic significance of the Exodus in the first and second comings of Christ (but I am excited about a new book on the topic by Joel …

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Day 47- Choose Your Own Mile

God in the beginning created human beings and made them subject to their own free choice. If you choose, you can keep the commandments; loyalty is doing the will of God. Set before you are fire and water; to whatever you choose, stretch out  your hand.  Sirach 15: 14-16 If you grew up in the …

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What Happens When Youtube Theologians Make Historic claims?

I'm curious when clerics or theologians make authoritative historical arguments what exactly are their credentials to make these historic claims? Perhaps, Fr. Casey has a degree in History; however, by the video, his presentation appears second hand. Fr. Casey even presents the 600,000 men argument against the Exodus narrative, which as someone trained as a …

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