Dr Jordan B Peterson on Marriage
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In this series, Dr. Jordan B. Peterson engages in a round table discussion with seven other scholars to read Exodus and discuss what it means, and why it remains significant thousands of years after it was written.
In Exodus, Part 1, Jordan and his round table group of thinkers, artists, authors and religious scholars discuss themes inherent in the first chapter of Exodus including freedom against tyranny, transcendence, Jewish tradition, God’s allowance of evil, and the adventure that is faith.
In Exodus, Part 2, Jordan discusses the second chapter of Exodus. Themes explored include Moses’s openness and willingness to respond to God’s call, the possibility of transforming evil to good, being, and man’s relationship with the divine.
In Exodus Part 3, Jordan and a rebound table group of religious scholars, writers, and artists pour over chapters three through six of Exodus. The primary topics discussed include God’s transcendent unity, order and chaos, God’s necessity, faith, a relationship with the divine, and freedom.
In Exodus Part 4, Jordan engages with religious scholars, writers, and artists to review chapters seven through nine. The primary topics discussed include power, desire to change, the heart (seat of the will and mind), a life of freedom, the good, suffering, the plagues, and resentment.
In Exodus Part 5, Jordan and the roundtable discuss chapters nine through twelve. They address the key themes of free will and sacrifice, along with the topics of tyranny (Stalin, Jong-un, Putin and Hitler), having children in today's climate, and the COVID-19 lockdowns (state above church).
In part six of Jordan Peterson’s Exodus series, the table discusses chapters twelve through fourteen, specifically how the storyline of the Bible compares to other pieces of literature, Passover, and the importance of ceremonies.
In part 7 of Jordan Peterson’s Exodus series, the table discusses chapters fifteen through eighteen, specifically, God parting the Red Sea, Moses leading the Israelites out of tyranny, Pharaoh’s Egyptian army dissolving, the influence memorizing the Israelite song had on their perspective, and God providing mercy and nourishment through manna in response to hunger with the exception of the Sabbath.
Jordan and the roundtable discuss chapters eighteen through twenty: Moses acts as judge for his people, he reconciles with his family (especially his father-in-law Jethro), Jethro instructs Moses to see God as the true judge, and Moses teaches a select few the laws to allow them to rule over the people.

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