How do books like Amos, Habakuk and Zephaniah fit in the story of the Bible? These books can be really confusing and their violent imagery is disturbing to many readers. Tim and Jon discuss these books, their original context and some of the challenges that come when reading them, including the origins of evil. The Bible believes evil is real but often seems confusing when readers ask questions like "where did evil come from?" and "why does evil exist?"
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FYI Bible Passages Referenced In This Episode:
Amos 4, Isaiah 33, Habakuk 3, Revelation 12, Isaiah 14: Isaiah's poem about the Babylonian God Marduk