I want to recap Absalom from fratricide to human-pinata.Read More The Man With The Dangerously Big Head
Have you ever listened to some guy’s story about somebody he knows, and after getting lost in the details realize he has no idea who this guy is either?Read More Wait, he’s who again?
It’s a statement that perhaps illustrates that Ahithophel is himself as, or even more, ego-centric than the would-be king.Read More The Would-Be King, The Would-Be Advisors
Shimei, the son of Gera; he came out cursing continually as he came.Read More Famous For The Wrong Thing
Ziba was socially and culturally considered successful. He had fifteen sons and twenty servants. So when Ziba is told that all Saul’s land now is to support Mephibosheth, the family outcast, I’m pretty sure his status went down a few pegs.Read More The Butler Did It
David is known for decisive victories against impossible odds. He’s known for leading a small band of six hundred against thousands, fighting ridiculously long battles, and winning. So, why, when he has a famously defensible city, and more than six hundred to fight with, does he decide to leave?Read More A Warrior-King Runs Barefoot From A Fight?
In contrast to a chariot and fifty men running before him, this king walks barefoot, head covered, and weeping.Read More The Barefoot Exodus