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Come join us in a podcast that takes a look at the history that surrounds the book that has changed the world. Starting from the very beginning of the Bible and going in chronological order, we will dive into not just the history, but events, people, and culture that will bring the pages to life! IG:@Nikaoproductions https://patreon.com/TheHistoryoftheBible To check out all of our podcasts, search Nikao Productions wherever you listen to podcasts!
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The Bible in History

Jeff Johnson & Rebekah Johnson

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Join us as we explore how the Bible and history mix. Featuring author, teacher, and historian Rebekah Johnson, we will be going through the Bible chronologically and seeing how history aligns with it. From the creation week and the pre-flood world to the star of Bethlehem and beyond, we will have fun diving into it all.
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A guide to the history presented in the Bible, for people of all faiths and backgrounds, presented by an independent podcaster, and biblical studies buff. I explore the religion of ancient Israel, the beginnings of Christianity, then finally the evolution of the heirs of Abraham to the year 200. I discuss every single book in every Bible (there are more than you think!). Lightly garnished with a dash of drollery, a soupçon of scrutiny, and not one ounce of objectivity. Not one ounce! The mai ...
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For the past 2,000 years, Jesus has been sovereignly building His Church. He has used all manner of people, places, and events to shape the theological traditions that continue to influence people today. Travel back in time as we spend åfive months together tracing the historical development of theology, and gain a much greater understanding of those who have gone before. In the end, we will be sobered by the constant threat of error, while being motivated to take our place in the long line ...
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After the Battle of Ai, in the Book of Joshua, an event is recorded. This event would be the reading of the blessings and curses that Moses would command Joshua to do. However, scholars today cannot figure out the timeline in which the event happened! Welcome to the History of the Bible! If you want to support the show, check out our Patreon Page (…
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The second battle against Ai went very differently than the first one. Once the covenant had been restored between the Israelites and the Lord, the campaign was on again! However, the city itself, Ai, is debated even to this day, causing many to believe that the Battle of Ai has not even happened! Welcome to the History of the Bible! If you want to…
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The Battle of Jericho was a roaring success! Now it was time to move on to the next target; the City of Ai. However, because of the actions of one man, the mission to conquer the land of Canaan would come to a screaming stop and the Tribes of Israel would suffer. Welcome to the History of the Bible! If you want to support the show, check out our Pa…
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Often when we hear about the Battle of Jericho, we only think of the walls of the city. Although they were an important part of the battle, they didn’t tell the whole story. A story that can still be seen today buried beneath the earth. Welcome to the History of the Bible! If you want to support the show, check out our Patreon Page (https://patreon…
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Announcing the publication of the first volume in the History in the Bible Podcast Companion set of books, “Essential Resources”. You can get it from these Amazon marketplaces: https://www.amazon.com/History-Bible-Podcast-Companion-Essential/dp/0645950726/ https://www.amazon.co.uk/History-Bible-Podcast-Companion-Essential/dp/0645950726/ https://www…
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The plans have been given to Joshua on how to conquer the city of Jericho. But have you ever wondered how battles against cities were waged in the Late Bronze Age? What technology was used to conquer cities? Plus, what did the Israelites wield in battle to fight? Welcome to the History of the Bible! If you want to support the show, check out our Pa…
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Ever wonder what the city of Jericho would have been like? Or at least what type of walls it had, because the walls around the city are more famous than the actual city! Then on top of that, how would the Israelites conquer the city? Welcome to the History of the Bible! If you want to support the show, check out our Patreon Page (https://patreon.co…
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In Ancient times, all people groups prepared for battle one way or another. This would include the Israelites. However, the Israelites went about it in a very different manner. Welcome to the History of the Bible! If you want to support the show, check out our Patreon Page (https://patreon.com/TheHistoryoftheBible) To give feedback on The History o…
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The Israelites would finally make the crossing over into the Promised Land. The long-awaited moment of seeing the Promised Land had come! Welcome to the History of the Bible! If you want to support the show, check out our Patreon Page (https://patreon.com/TheHistoryoftheBible) To give feedback on The History of the Bible click the link (https://for…
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In preparation for the coming battle, Joshua sends two spies over into the land of Canaan to spy it out. They would especially be looking at the city of Jericho. And it is here that we find a certain woman who is willing to betray her people and gods to help these spies! Welcome to the History of the Bible! If you want to support the show, check ou…
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The last episode in the show. I give a big thank you to all my listeners, and a brief biographical sketch. Then I finish the series with three more speculations. First, what if Marcionism had become the orthodoxy of the imperial church incorporate? Second, could Manichaeism have swallowed up the church? And finally, could the church have survived a…
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Four more speculations. I argue that an important element of Christianity’s success was that it quickly transformed itself into what I call the imperial church incorporate. Would Christianity have succeeded had it not done so? Second, could Mithraism have triumphed over the church? Third, could the Gnostic variants of Christianity come to dominate?…
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Joshua may have been commissioned to lead the Israelites, but there’s a big difference between that and leading them! As was traditional in ancient times, Joshua would receive the approval of God and the people to lead. If you want to support the show, check out our Patreon Page (https://patreon.com/TheHistoryoftheBible) To give feedback on The His…
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More speculations and alternative histories! Our first diverges from our own timeline in about the year 35. What if Jesus had not been executed by the Romans, but had lived on to see the Great Judean Revolt of 66 CE. What would he have made of it? Second, let’s say that Jesus died when did, a generation before the Great Revolt. What might have happ…
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The Book of Joshua is full of new beginnings, the Israelites are no longer wandering in the wilderness, a new leader has come into authority, and despite the coming battles that would face them, things were beginning to look up for the Israelites. Welcome to the History of the Bible! If you want to support the show, check out our Patreon Page (http…
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This is the second episode in a series of speculations and alternate histories. This time: What if Christian missionaries had never preached to the pagans? Second, what may happened if Christian missionaries had ignored the Roman empire, and proselytised in Parthia, instead? Third, what would have become of Christianity if the Jewish revolts had ne…
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Moses would give the Israelites clear instructions to follow when they would reach the Promised Land; They were to read the blessings and the curses. A choice would be given to the Israelites, they only had to choose life and things would go well with them. Welcome to the History of the Bible! If you want to support the show, check out our Patreon …
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In this bonus, I continue my collaboration with Steve Guerra of the "History of the Papacy" show (www.atozhistorypage.com/), and Scott McCandless of the "Retelling the Bible" podcast (retellingthebible.wordpress.com/). In this bonus we revisit Scott’s show on the Gadarene swine. I also have a reminder of Gil Kindron's and my course on Isaiah, in Ja…
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Moses would give his second sermon to the people of Israel, reminding them of the covenant that was made between them and the Lord. Welcome to the History of the Bible! If you want to support the show, check out our Patreon Page (https://patreon.com/TheHistoryoftheBible) To give feedback on The History of the Bible click the link (https://forms.gle…
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Though most of the people that Moses was giving his sermon to were alive, he was reminding them of the testimonies of God and what the Lord had done for them up until this point in their Journey. Welcome to the History of the Bible! If you want to support the show, check out our Patreon Page (https://patreon.com/TheHistoryoftheBible) To give feedba…
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In this bonus, Bernie Maopolski of Fan of History (https://shows.acast.com/history) invites me onto his "Whats New In History" segment. We discuss my ideas about how Bible scholars have it all wrong about the mathematics of the growth of Christinaity in the Roman Empire, and how I have corrected their errors. I also have some announcements about my…
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The ending of one book is the start of another one. In our case, it’s the Book of Deuteronomy. As we’ll begin to look at the book what it’s all about and why it was written Welcome to the History of the Bible! If you want to support the show, check out our Patreon Page (https://patreon.com/TheHistoryoftheBible) To give feedback on The History of th…
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All that the Lord had in mind for Moses to do had come to an end. Moses led the Israelites out of slavery in Egypt, through the wilderness for forty years, and finally made it to the border of the Promised Land. However, Moses would only see the land from afar before his death. Welcome to the History of the Bible! If you want to support the show, c…
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Once, the Israelites had taken all of the Land of the Amorite kings on the east side of the Jordan Valley, two-and-a-half tribes made a request for the land so that they could settle in it with their families. Welcome to the History of the Bible! If you want to support the show, check out our Patreon Page (https://patreon.com/TheHistoryoftheBible) …
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In this bonus, I continue my collaboration with Steve Guerra of the "History of the Papacy" show (https://www.atozhistorypage.com/), and Scott Mcandless of the "Retelling the Bible" podcast (https://retellingthebible.wordpress.com/). In this show we revisit Scott’s show on Abraham's three mysterious vistors. I also have an announcement about the fi…
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The Israelites would prepare for battle against the Midianites. Sending only 12,000 soldiers, the priest, and a few items from the Tabernacle into the field. Some would say that this would be considered a Holy War, waged by the Israelites against the tribes of Midian, the people that sought to destroy Israel from the inside out. Our show was edited…
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The revolt of Bar Kosiva against Rome failed, as had the Great Revolt. The Roman punishment destroyed almost all the many blooms living in the mighty jungle that was Second Temple Judaism. Only two species escaped the immolation: rabbinic Judaism, and Christianity. The imperial punishment also destroyed the Jewish wing of the church incorporate, le…
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Why would the Lord want to kill the Canaanites? All men, women, and children were to be killed. In essence genocide. Was the Lord just wanting to kill the Canaanites because, or was there a specific reason that the Lord called for the Israelites to kill all of the Canaanites? Welcome to the History of the Bible!…
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The Israelites would ask to cross through the territory of one nation after another on their journey north after rounding the Edomites. All of them would say no, however, two nations would do more than just say no. The battle for the Promised Land would come sooner than expected! Welcome to the History of the Bible! To give feedback on The History …
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In this bonus, Gregg Gassman of the Popeular History Podcast (www.popeularhistory.com) and and I discuss Peter, Paul, and Clement. Gregg is a Catholic, and I was brought up in the Anglican tradition. So we have some differences about Peter, as you will soon hear. We also try to work out where Clement fits in the papal succession.…
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When the wandering was finally over, and the mourning of Aaron was completed, the Israelites were once again ready to enter the Promised Land. But they ran into some issues. First, the King of Arad comes and attacks the Israelites, capturing some of them in a raid. And then on top of that, the Israelite's plan of entry into the Promised Land had ch…
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