What the Tower of Babel says about us – and what God’s response warns us about and gives us hope in.
Why we have to start believing Paul when he says that all of Scripture is helpful for godliness, even the parts we want to skip over.
Someone just asked me why I think that Luke introduces his genealogy in chapter 3, after Jesus’ baptism, rather than the beginning like Matthew does. I think the answer is simple: Jesus is being baptized into his priestly duties.
People ask why it is important to read through genealogies. They are not simply fun information for nerdy people, but are important to trace families and record actual history. The genealogies are actually super important in the span of the books that they are found in, and actually serve as a means to move the plot forward. But first, there are plenty of nuggets to be found in Genesis 36.