Season 6, Episode 3: The Plagues
Welcome to Season 6 of The Bible Binge. Season 6 is all about legendary lawgiver and prophet supreme, Moses.
We asked the questions:
What if there was a podcast that used pop culture literacy to enhance your biblical literacy?
What if you could listen to a recap of the Bible like a recap of your favorite TV show?
Blood, frogs, locusts, oh my! In this episode, we’re talking about that plague life. Tune in as we chat about all things Moses, those 10 crazy plagues, and Pharaoh's hardened heart.
“Pharaoh Pharaoh” Song
Knox’s Ancient Rulers Poster
Moses, King Arthur, and King David PDF
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