My friend Adina Whitcomb joins me by recording on this week's extended episode to talk about the book of Esther. We're going to really get stuck into the story and the character of Esther, and allow her to challenge us from across the millennia to make our world a more Godly place now.

We are joined by Amos, the social justice prophet, who contends that #PoorLivesMatter with the most scathing and uncompromising messages in the prophetic canon. Plus, a brief look at how That Verse in 2 Timothy 3 teaches us how not to use it, and verses like it.

Join the discussion on Facebook, listen via iTunes or Stitcher, or find us in your usual podcatcher (courtesy of TuneIn). If you're enjoying the show, you could even leave a review, and share the podcast on social media!

Links



Authorship of the Pastoral Letters, publisher's extract from Powell, Mark Alan (2009); Introducing the New Testament; Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Academic.

Tags

Psalm 37, Psalm 25, 1 Peter 3, Ephesians 5, 1 Samuel 25, Esther 1, Esther 2, Esther 4, 2 Timothy 3, 2 Timothy 4, Amos 5, Amos 6