As we continue to engage with the historical storytelling of the Deuteronomist, we're confronted with whiny cry-baby King Ahab and a sneak attack by the challenge of divine retribution. Jeremiah has a screed against Moab and a peek into pre-exilic Israelite religion. But mostly we're spending this week with the apostle Paul, talking about sex, marriage, and the Christian conscience.

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The 1 Corinthians passage this week is pretty challenging. It pushes us to acknowledge that in listening carefully to our own conscience as followers of Jesus, we have to make sure that other people have space to do the same - even when their conscience goes in a different direction to ours.

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Holladay, William L. (1989). Jeremiah 2: A Commentary on the Book of the Prophet Jeremiah, Chapters 26–52, Hermeneia — A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible. Philadelphia, PA: Fortress Press.
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Longman III, Tremper (2008). Jeremiah, Lamentations, Understanding The Bible Commentary Series. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Books.
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Walsh, Jerome T. (1996). 1 Kings, Berit Olam: Studies in Hebrew Narrative and Poetry. Collegeville, MN: The Liturgical Press.
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