We officially begin a conversation on the Hebrew Bible and the creation narrative it begins with. Family proclamation returns, as well the contrast of the biblical creation narrative and the dominant one at the time it was written. Some of today's material is sourced from the Hebrew Bible lectures of Christine Hayes at Yale.
Transcript: David Doyle
Episode Outlines: Stephanie Peterson, Christine LeStarge, Gabrielle Honda, Jen Altman, and Beth Johnson
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