When the gospel texts converge and diverge in their retellings of the Jesus story, it can be tempting to gloss over what makes each gospel text unique. Nathan Kitchen takes us through some examples to help us read the details better. As well as nerding out on synoptic studies, we also had a great conversation about sacred time and space, and what psalms fatigue means for our (lack of) appreciation for the Psalter.

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We had a great time catching up and recording this episode, and we're planning to revisit our conversation soon to release some of the banter and chat that we cut from the final version of the podcast! Why? Well, we think it will help to demystify Bible study, podcasting, and podcasting about Bible study.

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Levine, Baruch A. (1989). Leviticus, The JPS Torah Commentary. Philadaelphia, PA: The Jewish Publication Society.
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Goodacre, Mark. (1998). Fatigue in the Synoptics, New Testament Studies [44], pp45-58. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.



Leviticus 23, Exodus 23, Numbers 28, Numbers 29, Isaiah 58, Psalm 128, Psalm 130, Luke 6, Mark 6, Matthew 14, Acts 12, Mark 4, Luke 8, JPSTORAHLEV