The mission and scope of season one of Discover More is to provide viewers a wide-angle view of the Old Testament of the Bible. In these eight episodes, Scott and Dylan will walk you through the chronological order of the old testament while taking a look at the over-arching themes, major characters, and the key concepts to understanding the scripture narrative.
Season One: Genesis to Jesus
EPISODE 1: CREATION TO THE FALL
This episode covers Genesis 1-17. We'll discuss the two creation accounts and compare the Noahic and Abrahamic covenants.
EPISODE 2: ABRAHAM TO JOSEPH
This episode will close out the book of Genesis and explain how the Hebrew people wound up in Egypt. We'll talk about Abraham, the patriarch of three major religions, Isaac as a prototype of Jesus, and the incredible novella of Joseph.
EPISODE 3: EXODUS TO CONQUEST
In this episode we cover alot of ground in terms of scripture, but the episode is based around the lives of Moses and his successor, Joshua. By the end of this video we will have covered Exodus through Joshua.
EPISODE 4: CONQUEST TO CORONATION
Take journey through the wild, wild west days of the Old Testament, the Book of Judges. In this episode Scott and Dylan help walk your from the conquest/settlement of the Promised Land and the people's desire for a human king.
EPISODE 5: A KINGDOM UNITED
Saul, David, and Solomon, the first three kings of Israel, are the focus of this episode. We'll talk about how these men led and introduced the demise of the united kingdom.
EPISODE 6: A KINGDOM DIVIDED
Exactly how did the Northern kingdom fall to the Assyrians? And how did the Southern tribes hold off until the Babylonians showed up on the scene? We also talk about Jonah and Isaiah, two Hebrew prophets.
EPISODE 7: Babylonian Exile
How did the Israelites end up in Babylon? What do Ezekiel and Daniel teach us about this period? How did the Babylonians lose their dominance to the Persians? This and so much more.
EPISODE 8: POST-EXILE & SECOND TEMPLE
In this episode, Scott and Dylan wrap up season one and close the Old Testament by talking about Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther.