4th Reading – Esther 3

What a political book this is! The factions are starting to align, and the main conflict is being set up. 

What can we tell about Haman from this chapter? What is his deal? Is Mordecai’s response justified? 

Also, do you see any consistencies or inconsistencies in the way individual rebellion is dealt with in this empire so far?

As ever, feel free to point out any other interesting details you’ve noticed or questions you have.

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