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Hey, everyone!

Today I’m reading through Exodus chapters 27-28. God continues to give instructions on how to build the Tabernacle and all the swag his priests are going to wear. God gets quite descriptive because he wants only the most cutting edge fashion for his guys.

I believe this is the first time the Bible mentions the stones the high priest uses for divination — Urim and Thummin. OK, the Bible doesn’t say the priest uses the magic stones for divination. It just states that’s the way the high priest knows God’s will.

So, the Ancient Israelites had what amounts to rune stones. Or maybe Tarot cards to guide their way.

Maybe that’s the reason why they were in the desert for 40 years?

If you’ve read this far (most people don’t read the middle of blog posts) you may be wondering where all those special effects are in this video.

Good question.

It turns out I had a copy of this video with all sets of visual and audio effects, but it was ruined. And since I’m a machine creating blog posts, these videos, the Naked Diner Podcast, and my new series Best Advice Ever I chose to publish this barebones video because I’m short for time.

(Really I uploaded the first video and discovered it was messed up. Then I realized I couldn’t unscrew it up. Meh)

Thanks for your patience.


Here’s the video An Atheist Reads Through The Bible Exodus 27-28

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Andrew Hall is the author of Laughing in Disbelief. Besides writing a blog no one reads, co-hosting the Naked Diner, he wrote a book no one reads,  Vampires, Lovers, and Other Strangers. There are rumors his stand-up is funny. When he isn’t shouting at the darkness on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook he is showing his kids how not to behave. Oh, he’s reading through the Bible and talking to interesting people on YouTube

Andrew Hall escaped a childhood of religious indoctrination and is now a non-miserable human being. He's made millions of people laugh as well as angry. (He hopes he's made the right people annoyed.) Targets...