A podcast about the stories of the Hebrew Bible and the people who wrote them. When we look at the stories as stories written by people like you and me, we see the iconic stories in a different and more human light. Join Hebrew-speaking writer and editor, Gil Kidron, to immerse yourself in a journey of biblical proportions.
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I love everything about this podcast. The presenters the production the topics. The research that goes into this in the presentation. Always interesting. Great job. A listener from Raleigh, NC, USA
Intelligent, innovative and entertaining! Gil Kidron takes us on a journey to discover who, like really who, wrote the Bible, in particular the Old Testament. Read the stories with fresh eyes, this time without glossing over the details, inconsistencies and contradictions to discover whose voice this is, when and why they wrote what they did, and who put it all together and when.
I have learned a lot from this podcast! I love Gil’s humor and his emphasis on Biblical writers and the storyteller’s craft. His examination of genre is very informative - for example, could the story of Samson be read as a satire? I also love the Hebrew language perspective - hearing certain phrases in the original Hebrew and gaining a deeper understanding of how translation affects meaning. The tidbits about how certain phrases (for instance, “for your little girl Rachel”) have become idioms i... more
And I know this is a very old episode but your accents are fine and your English is perfectly coherent.
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A Podcast of Biblical Proportions launched 2 years ago and published 68 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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