Haman enters the scene and immediately goes toe to toe with Mordecai. He hates him so much that he doesn’t just want to hurt Mordecai, but kill him and all his people. When does he want to do this? He’s not sure, so he roles dice to figure it out. Join Ken and Mike as they dig into Haman’s history and the war between the flesh and Spirit. They also discuss what really makes Christians free to make a choice, whereas those who are not Christians are locked in to one way of doing things. A listener wants to know what the elements in communion represent. Why did Thomas Welch invent grape juice? And, the post credits conversation swerves into reading from a burger restaurant menu.
Passage: Esther 3