We received a Q&A request from Thomas while he was going through the OWNit365.com One Story plan. He asks:
"Why does everyone remember King David for his affair with Bathsheba, when in 2 Samuel 3 we see that he had 6 sons by 6 different women and, if I counted right, had 3 wives. In the context, having another child with another woman seemed like typical behavior for him. I'd love to hear your thoughts on the subject."
Here's my answer (if you have 2-minutes):