Speaker: Lukus Counterman - With many of the books stacked on our shelves, it’s the first pages that get the most wear. But when it comes to the Bible, people tend to skip ahead. They seem to turn right past the Old Testament so that they can get to “more applicable” and “relevant” scripture texts. They jump straight to the second half because that’s the part that supposedly “makes sense.” But is that the right approach to the Good Book? Is that how Christians should read their Bibles? As we begin our series through the book of Deuteronomy, we need to answer questions like: Should Christians worry about the Old Testament? Should believers care about the Mosaic Law? And Should Christians seek to apply principles of the Pentateuch to contemporary life. Join us as we find our place in the grand story of scripture and learn to love first testament books like Deuteronomy. I think that by the end you’ll have a greater appreciation for your relationship with God and the responsibilities associated with it.