Today’s podcast takes us into an interesting question about buildings and high places. Along the way, we also learn a fun Hebrew word.
Preacher: Pastor Adam Steinbrenner
Hearer Submitted Question:
In Luke 9:14a, it says "I tell you, this man went down to his house justified, rather than the other."
Is the part "... down to his house..." referring to the common practice of building temples in the high places or highest place in a village, town, or city? If so, what does this say (if anything) about American's propensity of being Pharisaical about our own legal and broadcast media messages of rightness - particularly in light of our propensity for building courthouses and broadcast towers in high places?
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