In the very early days of Israel's settling into their own territory, some of the tribes settle east of the Jordan River, separated from the rest of the tribes. (Think of Alaska and Hawaii as separated from the other 48 states.) These tribes decide to set up an altar of their own since they are so far from the main worship area. The other tribes are not happy. Who is right and how do they work it out? And what lessons can we learn? Part of a series on "What do God's People Look Like?"