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121.5 A Passover of Biblical Proportions

May 03, 2024
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Today, Gil Kidron of the Podcast of Biblical Proportions (https://podcastofbiblicalproportions.com) and Steve dive into the history and symbolism of Passover, discussing its multiple layers and academic interpretations. They explore the origins of Passover and its significance in ancient Hebrew history, linking it to the return to Zion. The conversation highlights the impact of Persian and Maccabean times on the Passover narrative, shedding light on the evolution of traditions over time.

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Steve Guerra is a historian and podcaster who hosts three different shows. He started with the History of the Papacy Podcast in 2013. In 2017, Steve began Beyond the Big Screen, a podcast that delves into the fascinating stories behind films through lively interviews. His newest show, Organized Crime and Punishment, takes a deep dive into the roots, evolution, and impact of organized crime across different cultures and countries.
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