Articles, podcasts and reflections on the Book of Exodus from the week of September 3 September 12, 2017 e-Connections, Exodus Here are some of the things that people have been writing and talking about at adsobigread.org. Submit your own posts, or send us articles that you’ve read and liked, by emailing email@example.com. On Monday, September 4, Karl Stevens wrote about how Moses doesn’t really belong to either the Egyptians or the Hebrews. He’s a stranger to both, and it was his very strangeness that helped him lead. You can read his post here: http://adsobigread.org/strange-like-moses/. On Wednesday, September 6, George Glazier drew inspiration from both the story of the Burning Bush and from the Desert Fathers to talk about how we, as a church and as individuals, might be inspired by God. You can read his post here: http://adsobigread.org/if-you-will-you-can-become-all-flame/. On Thursday, September 7,Rabbi Daniel Bogard led Karl Stevens in a Chevruta Bible Study of Exodus as part of their ongoing podcast “Lost in the Wilderness: A Priest and a Rabbi Explore Exodus.” You can find it on iTunes or wherever you go for podcasts, or listen to it here: http://adsobigread.org/lost-in-the-wilderness-a-priest-and-a-rabbi-explore-exodus-episode-2/. On Friday, September 8, The Living Church ran an article on the Exodus Big Read written by our own Cal Lane. You can read it here: http://livingchurch.org/covenant/2017/09/08/the-exodus-year-the-diocese-of-southern-ohios-big-read/.