Greg Boyd and the Character of God – Part 4: The Intergenerational Punishment Statement


Dr. Claude Mariottini - Professor of Old Testament

This is the fourth post on the character of God based on God’s revelation of himself to Moses on Mount Sinai. The specific focus of these studies is the intergenerational punishment statement in Exodus 34:7, “yet by no means clearing the guilty, but visiting the iniquity of the parents upon the children and the children’s children, to the third and the fourth generation.” Each study in this series is based on arguments developed in previous posts. If you have not read Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3 of this series, I encourage you to read them before you read the present post.

This post is the continuation of the previous post. If you have not read Part 3 yet, I strongly recommend that you do so before reading the present post (see link below).

The Intergenerational Punishment Statement

The most difficult aspect in the proper understanding of intergenerational punishment…

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