Welcome to Episode 14 of The Dry Ground Podcast! In this episode we have the great privilege of interviewing our guest Michael Burns. He is a Kingdom Teacher in Twin Cities, Minnesota. He is well known in our fellowship for his work on race and culture. He has a great book titled Crossing the Line: Culture, Race and Kingdom. He and his wife also do workshops all over the globe on this same topic. He is also a dynamic Bible teacher and historian. He comes to us in this episode helping us understand the dating of the Exodus and offers some compelling evidence for a theory of Egyptian history known as the 'new chronology'.
Hello and welcome to the Dry Ground Podcast. My name is James Becknell and along with my friend Nathan Thompson we want to invite you to spend some time with us exploring the Scriptures to question what it had to say to its original audience and to see how we can apply it to our lives today. We think the Bible is amazing and wonderful! We are convinced that it guides us into a deep and abiding relationship with God. We also believe that it exposes us to who Jesus really is, what he’s like and why he wants to have a relationship with us. We are here to take this journey through the Bible with you and engage in a dialog with each and every one of you.