Genesis 12-13 - The First Patriarch, His Failures, and Divine Will

We meet Abram and follow the progression of the covenant; which doesn’t always include very good things from Abram and other finite mortals. This episode covers the nature of the Patriarchal history in Genesis and the specific stories of Genesis 12-13: The covenant blessing, the journey to Egypt, the separating of Abram and Lot, and so much more. We even talk a bit about transcendent will, determinism, and human agency.

About the Podcast

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The Bible Archives
A scholarly yet accessible guide to the Bible and Theology. What does the Bible actually say? Consider this an audio library to cover an extensive breakdown of the books of the Bible and some main concepts of theology.

About your host

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Tyler Kleeberger

Originally from Toledo, Ohio.

Then East Ohio — studying "Interpersonal, Organizational, & Peace Communication" at The University of Mount Union.

Then Pasadena, California — studying at Fuller Theological Seminary.

Then back to Toledo, OH before setting up in the rural Toledo area (technically Metamora, OH in the Evergreen School District) where he lives, works at "The Farmhouse", and creates.

Find more about Tyler and see the latest articles and podcast episodes: tylerkleeberger.com

Find more about The Farmhouse: thefarmhouse.live