The book composed of writings generally accepted by Christians as inspired by God and of divine authority. (Webster, 3d ed)
The interrelationship of medicine and religion.
A series of actions, sometimes symbolic actions which may be associated with a behavior pattern, and are often indispensable to its performance.
The religion of the Jews characterized by belief in one God and in the mission of the Jews to teach the Fatherhood of God as revealed in the Hebrew Scriptures. (Webster, 3d ed)
The period of history before 500 of the common era.
Products resulting from the conversion of one language to another.
Works containing information articles on subjects in every field of knowledge, usually arranged in alphabetical order, or a similar work limited to a special field or subject. (From The ALA Glossary of Library and Information Science, 1983)
Materials, frequently computer applications, that combine some or all of text, sound, graphics, animation, and video into integrated packages. (Thesaurus of ERIC Descriptors, 1994)
The name given to all Christian denominations, sects, or groups rising out of the Reformation. Protestant churches generally agree that the principle of authority should be the Scriptures rather than the institutional church or the pope. (from W.L. Reese, Dictionary of Philosophy and Religion, 1999)
The religion stemming from the life, teachings, and death of Jesus Christ: the religion that believes in God as the Father Almighty who works redemptively through the Holy Spirit for men's salvation and that affirms Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior who proclaimed to man the gospel of salvation. (From Webster, 3d ed)
Living outdoors as a recreational activity.
A complex blood group system having pairs of alternate antigens and amorphic genes, but also subject to a dominant independently segregating repressor.
Private hospitals that are owned or sponsored by religious organizations.
Days commemorating events. Holidays also include vacation periods.

Old Testament biblical references to tuberculosis. (1/17)

Two probable references to tuberculosis are found in Old Testament books of the Bible dating to a time when the Israelites lived in Egypt, which is known from archeological evidence to be an area where tuberculosis was then prevalent. Other putative biblical references to tuberculosis are less credible.  (+info)

Daniel: using the bible to teach quality improvement methods. (2/17)

Most of what I need to know about clinical research methods, I learned from the Bible.  (+info)

The kidneys in the Bible: what happened? (3/17)

The kidneys, always used in the plural (kelayot), are mentioned more than 30 times in the Bible. In the Pentateuch, the kidneys are cited 11 times in the detailed instructions given for the sacrificial offering of animals at the altar. Whereas those instructions were for purification ceremonies at the Temple, sacrificial offerings were made subsequently in seeking divine intervention for the relief of medical problems. In the books of the Bible that follow the Pentateuch, mostly in Jeremiah and Psalms, the human kidneys are cited figuratively as the site of temperament, emotions, prudence, vigor, and wisdom. In five instances, they are mentioned as the organs examined by God to judge an individual. They are cited either before or after but always in conjunction with the heart as mirrors of the psyche of the person examined. There is also reference to the kidneys as the site of divine punishment for misdemeanors, committed or perceived, particularly in the book of Job, whose suffering and ailments are legendary. In the first vernacular versions of the Bible in English, the translators elected to use the term "reins" instead of kidneys in differentiating the metaphoric uses of human kidneys from that of their mention as anatomic organs of sacrificial animals burned at the altar. This initial effort at linguistic purity or gentility has progressed further in recent versions of the Bible, in which the reins are now replaced by the soul or the mind. The erosion may have begun in the centuries that followed the writing of the Bible, when recognition of the kidneys as excretory organs deprived them of the ancient aura of mysterious organs hidden deep in the body but accessible to the look of God. At approximately the same time, Greek analytical philosophy argued that the brain, which is never mentioned in the Bible, was the most divine and sacred part of the body. This argument gained ground in the past century, when the functions of the brain were elucidated, and ultimately established in the 1960s, when salvaging the kidneys for transplantation necessitated a change in the definition of death as irreversible brain function. It is ironic that advances in understanding kidney function and in nephrology that made kidney transplantation feasible may have contributed, albeit indirectly, to the gradual elimination of the metaphoric mention of human kidneys in the Bible.  (+info)

Samson's suicide: psychopathology (Grossman) vs. heroism (Jabotinsky). (4/17)

The biblical story of Samson may be understood at various levels and from different perspectives. Since the story of Samson in the Bible is sketchily drawn, the interpretations of the narrative are numerous. One version, according to David Grossman, a contemporary writer and liberal Israeli political activist, regards Samson critically, viewing him as a tormented individual who opts to end his life in order to end his suffering. Another version is that of Ze'ev Jabotinsky, a twentieth century author and nationalistic Jewish political activist, who regards Samson as a heroic figure exemplifying the ultimate Jewish hero who killed himself to help his people. While suicide is considered a tragic event, viewed as the outcome of an unstable state of mind from a psychopathological point of view, and a controversial issue in Judaism (as in other religions), there is value in examining how each of these authors explains the act. Since the personal and political opinions of the authors influenced their interpretations, the discussion will briefly expound on their biographies. A comparison between their two versions of the narrative will be made. A word of caution is introduced regarding the merits and demerits of artistic and creative analysis of the biblical narrative.  (+info)

Waiting to be born: the ethical implications of the generation of "NUBorn" and "NUAge" mice from pre-pubertal ovarian tissue. (5/17)


Stroke in ancient times: a reinterpretation of Psalms 137:5,6. (6/17)


The alcoholic lung disease: historical background and clinical features. (7/17)

SUMMARY: The purpose of this review article is to prove the damage that alcohol causes to the respiratory system. We will make a brief review of alcohols history in the course of the centuries till nowadays. The problem of addiction to alcohol (alcoholism) will be examined for several countries. Alcohol's metabolism is another topic to be discussed parallel to its pharmacological action. In addition, alcohol's impact on the respiratory system varies from damaging the mucociliary system to the regulation of breathing and from the sleep apnea syndrome to diffusion disorders. "Alcoholic lung disease" constitutes a syndrome despite the fact that the damage of the lung due to concurrent smoking and drug use is often indistinguishable.  (+info)

Role of religion in cancer coping among African Americans: a qualitative examination. (8/17)


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A study Bible is an edition of the Bible prepared for use by a serious student of the Bible. It provides scholarly information designed to help the reader gain a better understanding of and context for the text. Perhaps the first edition of an English language Bible that qualified as a study Bible was the Geneva Bible; it contained extensive cross-references, synopses, and doctrinal points. The text of the Geneva Bible was usually not printed without the commentary, though the Cambridge edition was printed without commentary.[citation needed] The Church of England disputed some of the statements made in the Geneva Bible annotations. This led to the creation of the King James Bible, which was typically printed with a much less extensive apparatus or none at all. Several commentators have supplied annotated King James Bibles containing their own points of view, but unlike the Geneva Bible, these commentaries are not as thoroughly integrated into the text. Another historically significant study ...
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A: Here is a bit of history of the division and names of Samuel. In the ancient Hebrew text, 1 and 2 Samuel were one book, called Samuel, and 1 and 2 Kings were one book, called Kings. The Masoretic notes said that Samuel had 1,506 verses, and 1 Samuel 28:24 was the middle verse. But since it was so long, it was split into two books in the Septuagint. Modern Jewish Bibles have it split this way too. The Septuagint called it 1 and 2 Kings, and what we know as 1 and 2 Kings were called 3 and 4 Kings. Collectively they were called the Books of Kingdoms. When Jerome translated the Bible into Latin, we kept the same names, calling them collectively Books of Kings. See The Expositors Bible Commentary vol.3 p.553, The Bible Knowledge Commentary : Old Testament p.431, the Evangelical Commentary on the Bible p.188, The Anchor Bible Dictionary vol.5 p.957, and the New International Bible Commentary p.348 for more info ...
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Nestling in the Other Publishers section this week is an absolute gem: the Lion Comic Book Hero Bible, with art from former Marvel UK staffer Jeff Anderson, Siku, coloured by Richard Thomas.. The new Lion Comic Book Hero Bible puts the testaments greatest heroes to its darkest villains in a new light and is described as the Bible as never seen before. The men and women of the Bible were not perfect, but nor were they ordinary. Faith gave some power. To lead. To save. To destroy evil. Others succumbed to the darkness. But still more was required. An ultimate hero. To fight the ultimate battle… This affords me the chance to give a mention to the Lion Graphic Bible, bible stories adpated by Mike Maddox and drawn by Jeff, first published in 1998 which took five years to complete and has had outstanding success since. Its been translated into at least 17 languages and, when we first reported on it way back in 2005, it had UK sales of over 16,000 and 600,000 worldwide. It was released in ...
by Gary T. Panell. You may be surprised to find that the word beer is used in the Bible. In the New International Version of the Bible the Hebrew word shakar is translated as beer. In the King James versions of the Bible the Hebrew word shakar is translated as strong or intoxicating drink. They made these drinks from dates or other fruits (grapes excepted) or barley millet, etc.. Drinking alcohol today has become common place, and many Christians see nothing wrong with it. They use the Bible to condone their actions-saying, Didnt Paul tell Timothy to take a little wine for his stomachs sake? They question, Didnt Jesus drink wine? Then they insist that Jesus made alcoholic wine at the wedding in Cana of Galilee.. These sound like convincing arguments until you understand that the main Hebrew word for wine (yayin) or the main Greek word (oinos) can refer to a fermented or unfermented drink. The wine spoken of in the Bible is a generic term. The context in each case indicates ...
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The only English translations from the Vulgate that are readily available are John Wycliffes 14th century English Bible, and the the Douay Rheims/Challoner versions. I have used the Wycliffe Bible text from the Wesley Centre website, where you can view this Bible in a number of formats. I have used the Douay Rheims Text at the Unbound Bible website. You can view the Douay Rheims Bible in a more readable format at DRBO.ORG website. ...
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The Free Bible Students is a branch of the Bible Student movement. The Free Bible Students form independent, autonomous assemblies and the name, Free, is given to them to distinguish them from Bible Students, with whom they share historical roots. The group discarded many of the teachings of Bible Student founder Charles Taze Russell. In 1905 Paul S. L. Johnson, one of Russells pilgrims and a former Lutheran minister, pointed out to Russell that his doctrines on the New Covenant had undergone a complete reversal: until 1880 he had taught that the New Covenant would be inaugurated only after the last of the 144,000 anointed Christians had been taken to heaven, but from 1881 he had written that it was already in force. Russell reconsidered the question and in January 1907 wrote several Watch Tower articles not only reaffirming his 1880 position - that the new covenant belongs exclusively to the coming age - but adding that since the church was under no mediated covenant, it had no Mediator at ...
Make the commitment to study scripture in different spaces and places for 28 days. When television shows or movies are filmed they can be filmed in studio or on location. The on location shoots are more complicated than the in studio ones, but are generally more exciting and interesting. Too often, our Bible study is relegated to in studio study-either only in church or in the same place in our homes or work places. The goal ofthis study is to take the Bible on location and get a different perspective on what God is saying to us through The Word by reading scripture in different spaces and places . Join us for a 28-day on location Bible study challenge. Experience the Bible in a whole new way by reading scriptures daily in different settings. Beginning August 13, youll get: A weekly schedule of locations via email so that you can plan ahead. (all locations are easy to access and some will be in your own home) A daily email of readings with reflection questions Access to a private FB page where
For years, the spiritual lives of countless men and women all over the world have been strengthened with the help of The MacArthur Study Bible. This all-in-one spiritual library contains John MacArthurs personal study notes below the full-length Bible text. Virtually every Scripture has a matching study note with detailed information, explanation, and helpful insight. These notes are based on Johns verse-by-verse approach to the Bible and nearly forty years of careful study. Johns goal is to let the Bible speak for itself-nothing more, nothing less.. The MacArthur Study Bible is an invaluable resource for your library. It can transform your personal time in Gods Word by clarifying difficult passages, bringing unseen cultural and historical details to life, and helping you understand and apply biblical truth.. Includes:. ...
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Mankinds Corruption of the bible - 3 Proof that the The son of God is a fabrication of mankind In the previous articles, it was proven through the words of the Bible and some of historys most knowledgeable *CHRISTIAN* scholars that the Bible has been the object of the tampering fingers of mankind for many centuries now. Many examples were given and many Christian scholars were quoted in this regard. In the previous articles, many prophesies of Mohammed (pbuh) were presented, many examples of the tampering fingers of mankind were displayed, detailed proof of the corruption of the Torah of the Jews was shown, and many other topics were discussed. In the last article it was demonstrated how the myth of the Trinity is a fabrication and is nowhere to be found in the Bible. It was further demonstrated through the words of eminent Christian scholars how many attempts at forging false verses were attempted by the church and were inserted into the Bible in order to validate their doctrine. It was ...
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This is a deeply tragic cultural illiteracy. Being unable to dwell in poetry means you are unable to dwell in the world of the Bible because so much of the Bible is poetry.. Obviously there are poems that make up the Psalms, but poems also are scattered throughout almost every book of the Bible in one way or another. The prophets are almost entirely written in poetic form and some of the deepest theology in the New Testament is created employing forms of parallelism in the Greek text that dwell on the rich heritage of Hebrew Poetry (look at Philippians 2 for example). Jesus himself used poetry more than any other source to frame and define his action to the Jewish world he inhabited.. Understanding biblical poetry is essential to understanding the Bible as a whole.. I have had difficulty learning how to read poetry in the Bible. For many years I struggled. Biblical poetry doesnt rhyme. It doesnt have meter. Even after I learned the original languages of the Bible I found it difficult.. The ...
Another set of arguments against equality for LGBTQ people are based on the Bible. Having read the Bible closely since childhood, I know that it contains inspiring poetry, wise proverbs, and sometimes even universal values in its myths, legends, and historical accounts. Yet the most viable historical, scientific, and scholarly sources have clearly demonstrated the Bible is not the word of God but rather the word of man.. The Bible contains and often justifies abuse, cruelty, and inhumanity, thus demonstrating just how much it is a product of human and not divine creation. The fact remains that the Bible was written in a pre-scientific era, where ignorance, superstition, and illiteracy abounded, and thus hardly serves as a reliable moral guide for modern enlightened living.. Another argument often expressed is that being a LGBTQ person is somehow unnatural or a mental malady, but this is contradicted by the evidence of human history, as well as by the most objective and current scientific ...
I want to tell you that everything is wrong with masturbation, it is a sin against God and against human nature. Anybody that practises it will go to Hell and it is a bad habit you must not get involved as a Christian or as a pastor or worker in the Redeemed Christian Church of God!. It is a sin against God and your body is the temple of the Holy Spirit, masturbating is a way of defiling the body (1 Corinthians 3:16-18).. There is no other person or book that can best answer this question except the Holy Bible itself. The challenge that many have with answering this question from the Bible is that there is not a single mention of the word masturbation in the Bible. Is this an indication that the Bible sanctions it or that God doesnt concern Himself with a matter such as masturbation because it is too little? Despite there is no mention of the word masturbation in the Bible we all know as Christians that there are laws guiding mans sexuality. The fact that God gives us laws concerning our ...
Gratitude for Order of Malta Bibles and Prayer Books at the Ontario County Jail. Patt Jones had been volunteering in the literacy program at the Ontario County Jail in Canandaigua, New York, when she discovered they had a Prison Ministry there. As soon as she signed up to participate, she knew the ministry was right for her.. Patt put her energy into helping to grow the ministry, arranging for the jail to provide a room to use as a Catholic chapel and starting Sunday communion services and interfaith rosary prayer groups.. It was her pastors connecting her with someone recently out of jail that brought the Order of Malta Bible and Prayer Book Distribution Program to Patts attention. She met the former inmate for lunch, and he told her about the program. The Order of Malta provides free Bibles and prayer books? she asked. You have to be kidding! Weve been collecting old, used Bibles from the churches and giving them out. Before she knew it, Patt had 50 new Order of Malta Bibles and prayer ...
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In two prior posts, we have reviewed Dr. Gerald Schroeders strange claim in The Science of God (TSOG) (Rev. Ed. 2009) that billions of years of cosmic evolution and six biblical days of creation actually occurred simultaneously. With his self-imposed standard of not bending the Bible to science or science to the Bible in mind, we have analyzed how objective Schroeder actually was with respect to the Bible and science. In both instances, we have found Schroeders work sorely lacking. He has failed to meet his own standard and other more objective ones as well.. One final question remains, though. Despite all of his methodological flaws, his over-statements and misleading references, his curious selectivity of data and his omissions, do Schroeders results nevertheless demonstrate a convergence of science and the Bible?. The atheist physicist Victor Stenger would doubt it. After an exceedingly brief and stilted review of the origin of the universe, Stenger see(s) little resemblance in Genesis ...
Given all the talk of Syria in the news lately, I was asked if Syria is the same Assyria that is mentioned in the Bible. The answer is no from a political perspective. The modern state of Syria was formed after World War I and became independent after World War II.. However, there are historical connections to ancient Assyria, including some similar territory. Given the recent news, perhaps we can take a brief look at ancient Assyria and the role it played in Biblical history. As with everything in Scripture, there are important teachings and admonitions for us.. Assyria was one of the Great Mesopotamian powers along with the Babylonians and the nearby Persians. The areas they occupied are roughly close to the borders of modern day Syria (Assyria), Iraq (Babylon) and Iran (Persia). Assyria in particular, was located to the east and Northeast of the Northern Kingdom of Israel stretching into Mesopotamia (the broad plain between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers). See map at upper right, click to ...
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I was looking for a book that gave a rough but imformative guide to aromatherapy and it certainly delivered. Its great for a beginer (like me) but its also a great reference guide for the more experienced. The infomation is well writen, to the point but also very informative. it includes all the main branches of aromatherapy, to give the reader a well rouned view of the whole subject. This book is also fun to read as its colouurful! i really didnt want to buy a book full of writing and no pictures, as i knew i was more likely to put it down. but i read this book in two days and have learnt so much. A bad point is that it assumes the reader is a bit dim in the explanations of things (although thats probably because i am a science sudent). Overall i think its a great book and well worth buying.. ...
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The Junior Christian Science Bible Lesson Program was a Los Angeles Public Access program run by songwriter, singer and puppeteer David Liebe Hart. Spanning …
A judge in Atlanta is hearing a legal battle between the children of the late Martin Luther King Jr. over ownership of his 1964 Nobel Peace Prize medal and his Bible. Linda So reports.
Cumulus Media Providence Launches Putting Rhode Island Back to Work Campaign. The cluster of Cumulus Media stations in Providence - including news/talk 630 WPRO & 99.7 - is beginning an on-air campaign titled Putting Rhode Island Back to Work. With the support of sponsor Twin River Casino, the cluster is reaching out to and airing stories about Rhode Island businesses that have recently hired. General manager Barbara Haynes says, News Talk 630 WPRO & 99.7 FM, 92 PRO-FM, HOT106, Lite Rock 105 and 790 Business reach hundreds of thousands of listeners every day - we are excited to be able to highlight some of the companies helping refuel our local economy in front of our massive audience. The vignettes will also appear on the clusters digital properties.. Dial Global Partners with Yamanair Creative Worldwide. Dial Global subsidiary TM Creative enters into a partnership with Yamanair Creatives Cash by Creative production and creative service. In a statement, DG notes TM Creative will serve ...
Skeptics of Christianity often try to undermine the truth of Christianity by pointing to supposed errors or contradictions in the Bible. As a result, some Christians have abandoned the faith, while others remain shaken in their faith. This is unfortunate because the skeptics approach is fundamentally flawed. We must distinguish between what makes Christianity true…
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As previously mentioned, my wife, Michelle, and I visited the Ark Encounter in June of this year. The Flood of Noahs day is of paramount importance in terms of the Biblical worldview and the authenticity of Scripture. If the Bibles account of a global Flood is false, then we should be suspicious of the entire Bible. If we determine to regard the Bibles stories of creation, the Flood, crossing the Red Sea, and/or God defeating numerous, powerful armies for the Israelites as fables, myths, legends, or allegories, then we must do the same with Gods pronouncement on sin and the path only He provides for redemption for mankind. In fact, we would be forced to consider that mankind is not lost or that he doesnt have a sin nature because these things are brought out in the creation narrative. We would ultimately find there is no value in a Christ who is a literary figure. But if the Flood did happen we know several things: 1) God has proclaimed certain things to be sin, 2) He hates sin, 3) mans ...
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While Im here, I have another question that I have been pondering for a while now. The Holy Bible has printed on the front of it King James Version. Doesnt this mean that it is the VERSION of the Bible that King James edited and then approved for reading by the rest of us? Why would I want to read HIS version, as opposed to the ORIGINAL version, which would seem to be THE version we should be following (if we believe in that sort of thing)? I hate it when people say someone is sinning because it goes against what is said in the King James VERSION of the Bible. Show me the original versions stance on these actions and then well talk ...
A ganglion cyst (also known as a bible bump) is a swelling that often appears on or around joints and tendons in the hand. The exact cause of the formation of ganglion cysts is still unknown but they are thought to be due to a degeneration of the fibrous tissue surrounding joints leading to a cystic structure. They occur most often in the 20-60 age group and are three times more common in females. They are benign but need to be differentiated from more serious conditions. They contain clear fluid similar to synovial fluid (a clear, lubricating, viscous fluid found in the synovial cavity of joints). One traditional method of treating a ganglion cyst was to strike the lump with a large, heavy book. And since even the poorest households usually possessed a Bible, that was what they used, which is how ganglion cysts came to be nicknamed Bible Bumps or sometimes Gideons Disease. This method of treatment is no longer recommended as patients risk damage to the surrounding area. ...
Obviously you cant refute any of my arguments. You say its pointless to argue because you cant. Get some help. When you feel like thinking rationally, come back and read some more of my blogs.. I said, I wont argue, that doesnt mean I cant. I never attempted to use the Bible to prove tha Bible. Why are you so angry? If you were fully confident in what you believe, then all of us morons, and schizophrenics, would just be laughable to you, you would never devote so much time and energy to proving us wrong. If I had to make a quick observation, Id say youre having a crisis of faith. Im speaking to you out of a selfless motive, because I actually care about you. But you obviously have a much different motive, seeing as how youre so filled with anger and hate towards us. I happen to know for a fact that evoluytionary theory is false, and has been provably falsified over the years, and that the Creation account in the Bible is scientifically and historically acurate. If you are so very ...
More often than not, men in holy robes will hide benefit the Torah and G-d as shelter. A family member of mine became secular because he felt that the Bible (which is a holy book) should enlighten people and make the better. But the Bible does not change people. People must work to improve. The sad thing is when we have rabbis banning your books and then behind the curtain doing more bad than good, how can we live in a peaceful Judaic environment? I think the answer is again, and I will keep repeating it, is rationalism. I say this because it seems that rational Jews take their Bible seriously s opposed to Jews who fall prey to mysticism, who may not really believe in what they preach. But what have you, people are people, and they will follow their evil inclinations. What can we do about it? Preach Torah, teach the truth, that is all we can do.. ReplyDelete ...
On June 6, the Kerrobert League for Democracy, based in the town of Kerrobert, sent a telegram to the chairman of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation asking him to stop Mr. Aberharts radio broadcasts into Saskatchewan. The law prohibits radio broadcasting of political propaganda for certain periods before election days, the League wrote. …Premier Aberhart of Alberta took unsportsmanlike advantage of situation by broadcasting his propaganda against Saskatchewan opponents from Calgary Prophetic Bible Institute Sunday…. Mr. Aberhart earned his nickname, Bible Bill from his weekly Christian radio sermons broadcast from the Calgary Prophetic Bible Institute in downtown Calgary.. Despite his best efforts, Mr. Aberharts Social Credit invasion of Saskatchewan was repelled. The Liberal Party led by Premier William Patterson was re-elected with a reduced majority of 38 seats and the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation formed official opposition with 10 seats. The Social Credit Party earned ...
We see many evidences indicating JS did not write the Book of Mormon. JJ here adds a couple more important evidences to this list. Like the Bible, the Book of Mormon is a distillation from many inspired writings teaching hard won spiritual truths and understanding. Also like the Bible, it bears some flaws of those who wrote it. However, as an inspired history, it teaches us much good helping to lay a sound foundation providing many insights for our further spiritual development as individuals. Finally, like the Bible, if you did not yet very carefully read and glean from the Book of Mormon, you are missing out on a very important resource which the BOL provides for us. Let me list a few evidences that JS did not simply make it up.. 1) JSs personality, as observed through handwriting analysis, would have made it difficult for him to perform such a work.. 2) The simple fact that JS never produced another book, as JJ pointed out, shows he did not have the personality type normally needed to ...
Rabbi Laras complains of a strong undercurrent of anti-Judaism, which is not synonymous with anti-Semitism. The latter is racial prejudice, while the former is theological prejudice. The rabbi argues that he sees a resurgence of resentment, intolerance, and annoyance on the Christian side toward Judaism; a substantial distrust of the Bible and a subsequent minimization of the Jewish biblical roots of Christianity. Further, he sees the resumption of the old polarization between the morality and theology of the Hebrew Bible and of Pharisaism, and Jesus of Nazareth and the Gospels. He identifies this trend with the second-century heretic Marcion, who disdained Judaism and even claimed a total disconnect between the God of the Old Testament and the God of Jesus Christ. Laras admits that official Catholic teaching repudiates such positions but then laments: What a shame that [those official positions] should be contradicted on a daily basis by the homilies of the pontiff, who employs precisely ...
What is the mechanism of the birth of iconography from the Bible? The biblical text possesses a unique ability to generate its own linguistic versions without being changed itself. In the Bible text everything is presented as a fact and is not interpreted. For example, the biblical story of Abrahams sacrifice (Gen 22:2-14) is one of the most dramatic in the Old Testament, but the drama remains in the very biblical event and is completely absent from the language used for its description. The drama remains unarticulated. Facts are reported but not commented on. While we read, our feelings arise straight from the factual reality of the story without the mediation of an artistic interpretation. Once awakened the feelings need to be shared, to find their own visible analogue or language. Thus through the lack of something important for us within the biblical text puts into motion the motor of our desire to create its full language version. In my opinion this is the reason why the iconographic ...
Reflecting on the story. Psalm 25:4-5 is a prayer asking God to show us the way to go:. Show me your ways, Lord, teach me your paths. Guide me in your truth and teach me… (NIV). This could have been Pauls prayer as he waited to know the next step in his missionary work. However, its clear that Paul didnt just sit back and do nothing after he prayed. He tried various ways forward but found none that seemed right until the vision came, when he continued to do things to find the best way forward, and only then did God lead him. God helped him to meet the right people and showed him what to do in the different circumstances.. Use the prayer from Psalm 25 to ask for help to know the best thing to do each day so that you can be where God wants you to be and doing what God wants you to do. Pray for others you know who arent sure of the way ahead at the moment.. ...
9 The children of Ephraim, being armed, and carrying bows, turned back in the day of battle. 10 They kept not the covenant of God, and refused to walk in his law; 11 And forgat his works, and his wonders that he had showed them. 12 Marvellous things did he in the sight of their fathers, in the land of Egypt, in the field of Zoan. 13 He divided the sea, and caused them to pass through; and he made the waters to stand as a heap. 14 In the daytime also he led them with a cloud, and all the night with a light of fire. 15 He clave the rocks in the wilderness, and gave them drink as out of the great depths. 16 He brought streams also out of the rock, and caused waters to run down like rivers. 17 And they sinned yet more against him by provoking the most High in the wilderness. 18 And they tempted God in their heart by asking meat for their lust. 19 Yea, they spake against God; they said, Can God furnish a table in the wilderness? 20 Behold, he smote the rock, that the waters gushed out, and the ...
20 THEN TURNING TO HIS DISCIPLES he began to speak: How blest are you who are poor; the kingdom of God is yours. 21 How blest are you who now go hungry; your hunger shall be satisfied. How blest are you who weep now; you shall laugh. 22 How blest you are when men hate you, when they outlaw you and insult you, and ban your very name as infamous, because of the Son of Man. 23 On that day be glad and dance for joy; for assuredly you have a rich reward in heaven; in just the same way did their fathers treat the prophets. 24 But alas for you who are rich; you have had your time of happiness. 25 Alas for you who are well-fed now; you shall go hungry. Alas for you who laugh now; you shall mourn and weep. 26 Alas for you when all speak well of you; just so did their fathers treat the false prophets. Love for Enemies - [ Lk.6.27-36 → ] - Mt.5.43-48, Lk.6.27-28 ...
Biblical and patristic literature abounds with moral pronouncements, many of which are now alien to Orthodox tradition. For example, internet satirists cite Old Testament verses to the effect thatGod Hates Shrimp to counter similar diatribes from Protestant pastor Fred Phelps, whose well-known opposition to homosexuality is also based on Old Testament prohibitions. Given that not every rule in the Bible or church tradition applicable any longer, how does one distinguish those which remain in force, from those which do not? To what extent are social mores a factor? For example, we no longer accept levirate marriage, or marriage between partners who are very young. Are other moral strictures similarly subject to revision? Christs teaching of the New Commandment or Greatest Commandment suggests that love is the principle by which all other commandments are to be evaluated. (Note that caritas here refers not to romantic love, and couple perhaps be better translated as caring.) Is it possible to ...
THE HOLY GHOST WITH GODS ANGELS ARE THE KEEPERS OF THE ARCHIVES OF HEAVEN. THERE ARE FIVE SPECIFIC BOOKS OR VOLUMES OF BOOKS THAT REPRESENT ALL HUMAN ACCOUNTS THAT ARE PRESERVED FOR ETERNITY. The only facts that are removed from these books are sins that have been forgiven and removed by the Blood of Jesus Christ. Men and women who die in their sins have their names vanished and are never remembered. These books begin with all our bodily members recorded before we were conceived in our mothers womb. They conclude with a single book called, The Book of Life, where the name of every redeemed soul is recorded.. No volume of books is more important than the Holy Bible. We may think of them as earth bound books that only effect our understanding of our God while here on earth. That is clearly faulty thinking. These books are said by the Bible itself to be forever reserved in Heaven. For ever, O LORD, thy word is settled in heaven. (Psalms 119:89) The Holy Spirit watches over the Words of God. ...
I started keeping Bees this spring, Im 62 and am disabled with severe chronic neck pain that keeps me in bed 25 days a month. Im very faith Based Bible Person and I take the Bible literally, especially the First Testament. Genesis tells the story of the Creator Yahweh through his Son Yeshua-Jesus. HE SAID He had NO ONE TO TEND TO THE GARDEN...without Bees He would not have had a Garden because Bees are Polinators, 60 percent of food and flowers we have, thank to Bee;s doing what HE CREATED THEM TO DO. If you really want to appreciate BEE;s with Youtube you can learn the entire life cycle of the Hive. On Netflix there is a 2 part movie called HIVE ALIVE. People that have a connection to the Creator seem to appreciate his Creation More. With the HIVE COLAPSE Problem and the Bees dying..they are in a very BAD PLACE IN HIVE HEALTH. I started keeping Bees to Help them with really no interest in taking Honey from them. However that beeing said, God know people that have a Heart for his creation ...
I started keeping Bees this spring, Im 62 and am disabled with severe chronic neck pain that keeps me in bed 25 days a month. Im very faith Based Bible Person and I take the Bible literally, especially the First Testament. Genesis tells the story of the Creator Yahweh through his Son Yeshua-Jesus. HE SAID He had NO ONE TO TEND TO THE GARDEN...without Bees He would not have had a Garden because Bees are Polinators, 60 percent of food and flowers we have, thank to Bee;s doing what HE CREATED THEM TO DO. If you really want to appreciate BEE;s with Youtube you can learn the entire life cycle of the Hive. On Netflix there is a 2 part movie called HIVE ALIVE. People that have a connection to the Creator seem to appreciate his Creation More. With the HIVE COLAPSE Problem and the Bees dying..they are in a very BAD PLACE IN HIVE HEALTH. I started keeping Bees to Help them with really no interest in taking Honey from them. However that beeing said, God know people that have a Heart for his creation ...
Scarlet has been a color of power, wealth and luxury since ancient times. Scarlet dyes were first mentioned in 8th century BC, under the name Armenian Red, and they were described in Persian and Assyrian writings. The color was exported from Persia to Rome. During the Roman Empire, it was second in prestige only to the purple worn by the Emperors. Roman officers wore scarlet cloaks, and persons of high rank were referring to as the coccinati, the people of red.[16]. The color is also mentioned several times in the Bible, both in the Old and New Testament; in the Latin Vulgate version of the book of Isaiah (1:18) it says, If your sins be as scarlet (si fuerint peccata vestra ut coccinum) they shall be made white as snow, and in the book of Revelation (17:1-6) it describes the Great Harlot (meretricius magnus) dressed in scarlet and purple (circumdata purpura et coccino), and riding upon a scarlet beast (besteam coccineam).. The Latin term for scarlet used in the Bible comes from coccus, a ...
King James Version (KJV) 12 Deliver me not over unto the will of mine enemies: for false witnesses are risen up against me, and such as breathe out cruelty. Wait for the LORD; be strong and take heart and wait for the LORD. 9. Noah waited for the flood to come. Scripture quoted by permission. Psalm 27:14The Message (MSG) 13-14 Iâ m sure now Iâ ll see Godâ s goodness in the exuberant earth. Read verse in King James Version Holy Bible, New Living Translation, copyright © 1996, 2004, 2015 by Tyndale House Foundation. 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 2000, 2001, 2002 Eugene H. Peterson by NavPress Publishing. Let us rejoice and be glad in His salvation. 8, 9. Search Results: Psalm 27:14; Free Sermon Series for Preaching : In Sermon Series: Psalm 27:14 showing 1-20 of 25 Filter Results Sort By. Copyright © 1993, 2002, 2018 by Eugene H. Peterson, Ps 33:20; 130:5, 6; Isa 8:17; 30:18; Hab 2:3; Zep 3:8; Ac 1:4. Question: What does it mean to wait on the Lord (Psalm 27:14)? Joseph waited in the Egyptian ...
The scattering and gathering of Israel is a prominent theme in the scriptures, and is discussed again and again throughout the Book of Mormon. One of the most interesting approaches to the topic is the allegory of the olive tree in Jacob 5. In this chapter, Jacob quotes Zenos, an Old World prophet whom the Nephites knew about from the plates of brass, but whose writings were somehow not included in the Old Testament. Zenos may have used the olive tree in this allegory because of the importance of this plant to the people of his day, or he could have been inspired by the Spirit to use the olive tree, as was Lehi, who referred to a portion of the same allegory (1 Nephi 10:12; 15:7, 12, 16).. Olive trees are referred to at least 25 times in the Bible, from Deuteronomy to Revelation. The most interesting reference in the New Testament is in Romans 11, where Paul applies to the converted Gentiles of Rome the allegory of grafting olive tree branches. While many LDS readers see an immediate parallel ...
The Creation Museum in Kentucky is really a marvelous testament to what money can buy. A temple of Mammon, if you will. Designers and craftspeople work for money, not ideology, and the money here paid for some good ones. It reminded me a lot of Las Vegas that way.. You wont learn much about the Bible here, since creationists really pick and choose. From an Old Testament perspective the whole place is outrageously idolatrous, violating the Second Commandment: Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness [of any thing] that [is] in heaven above, or that [is] in the earth beneath, or that [is] in the water under the earth… -Exodus 20:4-6 (KJV). Finally, the Creation Museum is a magnificent monument to the limits of human psychology. Here its especially easy to see the extraordinary lengths humans go to to make some kind of PALATABLE sense of the world. I vastly prefer science to biblical authority, but even the best method of inquiry gets mashed through our squishy, ...
In January 1917, the Watch Tower Societys legal representative, Joseph Franklin Rutherford, was elected as its next president. His election was disputed, and members of the Board of Directors accused him of acting in an autocratic and secretive manner.[47][48] The divisions between his supporters and opponents triggered a major turnover of members over the next decade.[49][7] In June 1917, he released The Finished Mystery as a seventh volume of Russells Studies in the Scriptures series. The book, published as the posthumous work of Russell, was a compilation of his commentaries on the Bible books of Ezekiel and Revelation, plus numerous additions by Bible Students Clayton Woodworth and George Fisher.[50][51][52][53] It strongly criticized Catholic and Protestant clergy and Christian involvement in the Great War.[54] As a result, Watch Tower Society directors were jailed for sedition under the Espionage Act in 1918 and members were subjected to mob violence; the directors were released in March ...
Edgar Beem concluded his May 8 column by stating that homosexuality is not a sin. It appears he is either quite ignorant of what the Bible teaches, or he has chosen not to believe the Bible. From Genesis to Revelation, homosexuality is listed as a sin. Marriage was instituted by God - not by man. God created Adam and Eve to be joined together - not Adam and Steve. God also teaches through scripture to love a person but not the sins they commit. With Gods help this is possible. This does not constitute prejudice or discrimination. If Mr. Beem had a child who stole something, which in scripture is a sin, would he hate his child or the sin committed? God loves people but will not tolerate sin. Jane Atwood Freeport ...
The Psalms are among the most popular books of the Old Testament and yet they remain difficult to understand and appreciate because they come from a very different world. The study-unit aims at offering a general introduction to the study of the Psalms by studying the history, structure and purpose of the collection, and the origin and classification of the psalms. A basic knowledge of the techniques of classical Hebrew poetry will help us appreciate the literary form of the psalms, a few of which will be studied in detail ...
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i know the Bible quite well. I can quote the Bible chapter and verse all day. Not that I going to tho. Will make quite a few people reading get a sore head i want to stay on point because is quite interesting what god == omniscient entails. Where omniscient is taken as you wrote and I quoted earlier: To mean a god who knows everything we are ever going to do before we do it but it can seem true and is often preached by the church as if it is absolutely true, by qualification/implication. Similar to how you have done this. Prophecy implies. Is not a fact. Implication can tho lead us to a conclusion, which is not quite the same thing as a fact it can seem like the biblical god would know what we are going to do before we do it, because this god knows everything about us, everything about the world in which we live, and what every outcome is before we ourselves have even decided for ourselves there is a Cambridge dictionary meaning of what omniscient means which is true in the god context. ...
Darren Dochuk, From Bible Belt to Sun Belt: Plain-Folk Religion, Grassroots Politics, and the Rise of Evangelical Conservatism ... Bible reading and prayer[edit]. In 1962, the Supreme Court Engel v. Vitale decision banned state-written prayers in public ... However, they saw the 1963 Abington School District v. Schempp decision to ban school-sponsored Bible reading and school- ...
See Mary Dove, The First English Bible (Cambridge, 2007), and Elizabeth Solopova (ed.), The Wycliffite Bible (Leiden, 2016). ... G. W. H. Lampe, ed. The Cambridge History of the Bible. The West from the Fathers to the Reformation, [Vol 2] ... William Frederick Yeames, Wyclif Giving "The Poor Priests" His Translation of the Bible ... Wycliffe's Bible appears to have been completed by 1384, additional updated versions being done by Wycliffe's assistant John ...
"Bible Belts"[edit]. In Australia, the term "Bible Belt" has been used to refer to areas within individual cities and some ... "Bible Belt wants to tighten a grip on power". The Age. Melbourne. 15 September 2004. Archived from the original on 21 April ... When taking their oath of office, ministers in the Australian federal government may elect to swear that oath on the Bible. In ... The Christian festival of Easter commemorates the Bible's account of the Crucification and Resurrection of Jesus Christ. In ...
Hebrew Bible[edit]. The phrase "image of God" is found in three passages in the Hebrew Bible, all in the Book of Genesis (1-11 ... Davis, Ellen F. (2009). Scripture, Culture, and Agriculture: an Agrarian reading of the Bible. New York: Cambridge University ... The Bible states that Jesus Christ is the visible image of God in Hebrews 1:3 ... This view, held by most modern Old Testament/Hebrew Bible scholars, developed with the rise of modern Biblical scholarship and ...
In the Hebrew Bible[edit]. This section possibly contains original research. Please improve it by verifying the claims made and ... There is another sense in which the term "circumcise" is used in the Bible. Deut 10:16 says: "Circumcise the foreskin of your ... Male circumcision practised as a religious rite is found in texts of the Hebrew Bible, as part of the Abrahamic covenant, such ... The Bible contains several narratives in which circumcision is mentioned. There is the circumcision and massacre of the ...
Hebrew Bible[edit]. The noun niddah occurs 25 times in the Masoretic Text of the Hebrew Bible. The majority of these uses refer ...
Schools and the Bible[edit]. Huxley was also a major influence in the direction taken by British schools: in November 1870 he ... Huxley supported the reading of the Bible in schools. This may seem out of step with his agnostic convictions, but he believed ... what Huxley proposed was to create an edited version of the Bible, shorn of "shortcomings and errors... statements to which men ... The Act of Parliament which founded board schools permitted the reading of the Bible, but did not permit any denominational ...
In the Hebrew Bible[edit]. Mount Carmel and the Kishon River are mentioned in the Hebrew Bible.[22][23] ...
The Bible and ancient Judaism[edit]. Further information: Tza'ar ba'alei chayim and Jewish vegetarianism ...
The Old Testament and New Testament of the Bible both contain statements that God cannot lie and that lying is immoral (Num. 23 ... Various passages of the Bible feature exchanges that assert lying is immoral and wrong (Prov. 6:16-19; Ps. 5:6), (Lev. 19:11; ... Davids, P.H.; Bruce, F.F.; Brauch, M.T. & W.C. Kaiser, Hard Sayings of the Bible (InterVarsity Press, 1996). ... " Archived from the original on 14 August 2011. Retrieved 10 July 2013.. ...
Hebrew Bible[edit]. Main article: Witchcraft and divination in the Hebrew Bible ... The Bible provides some evidence that these commandments against sorcery were enforced under the Hebrew kings: And Saul ... International Standard Bible Encyclopedia article on Witchcraft, last accessed 31 March 2006. There is some discrepancy between ... See also: Witchcraft and divination in the Hebrew Bible. Jewish law views the practice of witchcraft as being laden with ...
Appears in the Bible at: 1 Samuel 28. The Man of God[edit]. Name: Iddo. Source:[21]. Appears in the Bible at: 2 Chronicles 12: ... Appears in the Bible at: Book of Genesis. Lot's wife[edit]. Name: Ado ( or Edith ). Source: Book of Jasher 19:52. [4]. Appears ... Appears in the bible at: Genesis. Pharaoh's magicians[edit]. Names: Jannes and Jambres. Source: 2 Timothy 3:8,[8] Book of ... Appears in the Bible at: Matthew 27:48, Mark 15:36, & John 19:29-30. Guard(s) at Jesus' tomb[edit]. Name: Petronius. Source: ...
In the Christian Bible[edit]. The Old Testament[edit]. The Catholic Encyclopedia says that there is only one apparent case of ... The Bible indicates that people can be possessed by demons but that the demons respond and submit to Jesus' authority: " In the ...
Bible cipher[edit]. The Bible is a widely available book that is almost always printed with chapter and verse markings making ... Burn Notice (episodes "Where There's Smoke" and "Center of the Storm", 2010): Michael Westen steals a Bible from a safe deposit ... The King James Bible, a highly available publication suitable for the book cipher. ... he mentions verses in the Bible, but some of the chapter numbers are not valid.) The police later discover which book Lecter ...
Berean Bible College[edit]. Main article: Berean Bible College. Berean Bible College is a Charismatic Christian bible college ... through Berean Bible College, is the only church currently in Poway that offers bible college classes. There are two Catholic ... "Berean Bible College's Accreditation". Archived from the original on December 29, 2011. Retrieved June ...
The Hebrew Bible attributes the origin of language per se to humans, with Adam being asked to name the creatures that God had ... Hebrew Bible[edit]. Main articles: Adamic language and Tower of Babel § Confusion of tongues ...
According to the Bible, Galilee was named by the Israelites and was the tribal region of Naphthali and Dan, at times ...
In the Hebrew Bible the Jordan is referred to as the source of fertility of a large plain ("Kikkar ha-Yarden"), said to be ... Mills, Watson E.; Bullard, Roger Aubrey (1990). Mercer Dictionary of the Bible. Mercer University Press. pp. 466-467, 928. ISBN ... The river holds major significance in Judaism and Christianity since the Bible says that the Israelites crossed it into the ... crossing the Jordan River into the Land of Israel while carrying the Ark of the Covenant as recorded in the Hebrew Bible's Book ...
The Afrikaans Bible[edit]. Main article: Bible translations into Afrikaans. The Afrikaner religion had stemmed from the ... The first official translation of the entire Bible into Afrikaans was in 1933 by J. D. du Toit, E. E. van Rooyen, J. D. Kestell ... A major landmark in the development of the language was the translation of the whole Bible into Afrikaans. Before this, most ... C. P. Hoogehout, Arnoldus Pannevis, and Stephanus Jacobus du Toit were the first Afrikaans Bible translators. Important ...
The Satanic Bible[edit]. Main article: The Satanic Bible. The Satanic Bible has been in print since 1969 and has been ... The Satanic Bible · The Satanic Rituals · The Satanic Witch · The Devil's Notebook · Satan Speaks! · Letters from the Devil · ... The Nine Satanic Statements are a set of nine assertions made by LaVey in the introductory chapters of The Satanic Bible. They ... The Satanic Bible has been described as the most important document to influence contemporary Satanism.[26] The book contains ...
a b Commentary on Exodus 20:12, The Jewish Study Bible: Tanakh Translation, Berlin, Adele; Brettler, Marc Zvi, and Fishbane, ... Bromiley, Geoffrey W., The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, 1988, p. 117 *^ Williams, J. Rodman. Renewal theology: ... Notes on the Bible: Notes on the Second Book of Moses, commentary on Exodus 20:12 read online ... The commandment is repeated eight times throughout the bible.[citation needed][21] ...
Bible[edit]. Sabaeans are mentioned in the biblical books of Job, Joel, Ezekiel, and Isaiah. The Book of Job mentions them as ... Israel Finkelstein; Neil Asher Silberman, David and Solomon: In Search of the Bible's Sacred Kings and the Roots of the Western ... Israel Finkelstein, Neil Asher Silberman, David and Solomon: In Search of the Bible's Sacred Kings and the Roots of the Western ... Sabaeans are mentioned several times in the Hebrew Bible. In the Quran,[13] they are described as either Saba',[3][4] or as the ...
The Bible with Sources Revealed, p 153. *^ a b c d e f g h i j Coogan, M. (2009). A Brief Introduction to the Old Testament: ... According to the Bible, the golden calf (עֵגֶּל הַזָהָב 'ēggel hazāhāv) was an idol (a cult image) made by the Israelites when ... Friedman, Richard Elliott (1987). Who Wrote the Bible?. p. 74.. *^ Squires, Nick (2013-05-17). "Pope blames tyranny of ... The Bible records that the tribe of Levi did not worship the golden calf. "Moses stood in the gate of the camp, and said: ' ...
"Matthew". Bible. Retrieved 30 December 2013.. *. Mack, John (2013). The Sea: a cultural history. Reaktion Books. pp. 205-206. ... Whales have also played a role in sacred texts such as the Bible. It mentions whales in Genesis 1:21, Job 7:12, and Ezekiel 32: ... The story of Jonah being swallowed by a great fish is told both in the Qur'an and in the Bible. A medieval column capital ...
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Raichlen, S. (2008). The Barbecue! Bible. Workman Pub. pp. 2572-58. ISBN 978-0-7611-4944-6. Retrieved May 1, 2017.. ...
Collins, John Joseph (2011). The Catholic Study Bible The New American Bible. Oxford University Press. p. 65. ISBN ... This article is about the academic treatment of the Bible as a historical document. For criticisms made against the Bible as a ... "cultural Bible."[160]:9 The Bible has become recognized as "the foundational document of our culture."[161]:129 It is no longer ... Bible portal. Notes[edit]. *^ *Fiorenza says, "Christian male theologians have formulated theological concepts in terms of ...
Understand the Bible for Yourself. Christadelphian Bible Mission. Retrieved February 26, 2009.. [unreliable source?] ... of the 2nd edition.) (1:522). New York: United Bible societies.. *^ "In the LXX βάπτειν used for the dipping of the morsel ... "Bible Q & A. 2001. Archived from the original on September 27, 2007. Retrieved August 22, 2007.. [unreliable source?] ... David Guzik's Commentary on the Bible on Acts 19:1-7. *^ Schmithals, Walter (1997). The Theology of the First Christians. ...
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  • This dictionary is from "Hitchcock's New and Complete Analysis of the Holy Bible," published in the late 1800s. (
  • We therefore think it our duty to our country and to the churches of Christ to lay this danger before this honorable house, humbly requesting that under your care, and by your encouragement, a copy of the Holy Bible may be printed, so as to be sold nearly as cheap as the common Bibles, formerly imported from Britain and Ireland, were sold. (
  • By the 2nd century BCE, Jewish groups began calling the books of the Bible the "scriptures" and they referred to them as "holy", or in Hebrew כִּתְבֵי הַקֹּדֶשׁ (Kitvei hakkodesh), and Christians now commonly call the Old and New Testaments of the Christian Bible "The Holy Bible" (in Greek τὰ βιβλία τὰ ἅγια, tà biblía tà ágia) or "the Holy Scriptures" (η Αγία Γραφή, e Agía Graphḗ). (
  • The Museum of the Bible has acquired one of the two Bibles President Trump used to take the oath of office in January 2017, joining other versions used by American presidents at the privately-funded Washington, D.C museum. (
  • Listen to audio Bibles and enjoy all-new skip, playback speed, and timer controls. (
  • Eisenhower and Bush had their Bibles opened to a Scripture during their oath. (
  • With ABC, teachers and students of all ages enjoy diving into rich content, memorizing scripture, and learning how to apply the Bible to their daily lives. (
  • Puzzles focus on Bible books, scripture quotations and generals themes and motifs of the Bible. (
  • Puzzles focus on Bible books, scripture quotations, and general themes and motifs of the Bible. (
  • Roman Catholics, high church Anglicans, Methodists and Eastern Orthodox Christians stress the harmony and importance of both the Bible and sacred tradition, while many Protestant churches focus on the idea of sola scriptura, or scripture alone. (
  • What if it were the Hebrew Bible? (
  • For millions of Jews and Christians, it's a tenet of their faith that God is the author of the core text of the Hebrew Bible - the Torah, also known as the Pentateuch or the Five Books of Moses. (
  • The Hebrew Bible overlaps with the Greek Septuagint and the Christian Old Testament. (
  • Donald Trump takes the oath of office as his wife Melania holds a Bible and his son Barron looks on during his inauguration as the 45th president of the United States on the West front of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, U.S., January 20, 2017. (
  • Legislators there passed their own Bible elective bill in 2017. (
  • These dictionary topics are from the Holman Bible Dictionary, published by Broadman & Holman, 1991. (
  • I know that Gideon Bibles have saved people's lives," said Hunter, a retired government civil service worker who sat in the shade outside his camper at the park's campground. (
  • The findings come as Bible Society in England and Wales and The Scottish Bible Society launched "The People's Bible", a handwritten, online, digital Bible which will visit towns and cities across the UK giving people the chance to re-engage or engage with the Bible for the first time. (
  • Luke Walton, Culture Programme Manager at Bible Society, said: "It's clear that people's knowledge of the Bible is limited and they just don't realise how significant and wide-ranging its influence has been. (
  • William Hunter, a Sunday school teacher who was visiting Georgia's Fort McAllister Historic State Park south of Savannah on Thursday, said he wholeheartedly endorsed having Bibles in state-owned cabins. (
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  • An excellent resource for studying the history of God's Word and the origins of bible manuscripts! (
  • Streaks help you build your Bible habit to encounter God's Word daily. (
  • These six inductive Bible studies focus on the birth of Christ-God's promises fulfilled and God's love revealed. (
  • Each issue highlights new, ready-to-download Bible studies at, and other tools to help you become a dynamic teacher of God's Word. (
  • Because we want something tangible quickly, it is tempting in this day and age to let other people do the thinking and studying of God's word for us and then turn up for their Bible study classes. (
  • Student ministry leader, We are excited to announce the release of Explore the Bible: Students, a curriculum designed to help students engage in God's Word in such a way that His truth begins to dwell in them. (
  • A weekly tool included called One Conversation™ to help equip parents to have spiritual conversations with their students The Bible is God's living Word given to us so that we may know Him. (
  • This exciting curriculum contains Sunday school lessons that cover the entire Bible chronologically in four years, providing a powerful overview of God's Word. (
  • Those books included in the Bible by a tradition or group are called canonical, indicating that the tradition/group views the collection as the true representation of God's word and will. (
  • The Bible is the inspired, infallible Word of God. (
  • This concept rose to prominence during the Reformation, and many denominations today support the use of the Bible as the only infallible source of Christian teaching. (
  • Download the world's #1 Bible App now and enjoy the Bible reading experience loved by millions! (
  • The world's oldest surviving Bible, which has been scattered around the globe for more than a century, has been published in full online. (
  • The Bible remains the world's best seller and we can't afford to exclude it from public life. (
  • Encyclopedic Dictionary of the Bible, translated and adapted by l. hartman ( New York , 1963) 2517 - 18. (
  • j. c. rylaarsdam, g. a. buttrick, The Interpreters' Dictionary of the Bible (Nashville 1962) 4:734. (
  • As Bruce Feiler "walks the Bible," he discovers that his journey is turning into a very different kind of pilgrimage. (
  • In the concluding chapter of "Walking the Bible," Bruce Feiler follows the Israelite's 40 year trek through what the Bible calls a "great and terrible wilderness. (
  • St. Paul Lutheran Church Director of Youth and Family Ministry Jeremy Becker dressed as a knight reads the biblical theme of the day during a the church's Vacation Bible School morning show in Weston. (
  • The Revised Standard Version of the Bible (1952) and the New English Bible (1970) both incorporate readings of the Old Testament unknown before 1947, the year in which early biblical manuscripts-the so-called Dead Sea Scrolls-were discovered in the caves of Qumrān. (
  • Schools can teach about the bible, about what people believe about it, but they may not endorse biblical teachings or any particular religious belief. (
  • Multilingual Bible mobile application, each biblical character is interpreted by a narrative professional, with background music. (
  • The Bible and the Scriptural genealogies provide a proper timeline for the chronology of biblical events and earth's history. (
  • Over a thousand people attended a rally supporting the Biblical banners, and during the game students on the sidelines held signs with messages like "You Can't Silence Us" while some young men sported Bible verses in body paint. (
  • Shakespeare's plays alone contain over twelve hundred references to the Bible, demonstrating the centrality of Biblical knowledge to modern education. (
  • Jeff Sessions is fond of citing the Bible to support the persecution of immigrants, in stark contrast to a long tradition of biblical interpretation. (
  • Hunter keeps a Bible filled with passages he's underlined and notes written in the margins inside his camper. (
  • A Sunday school teacher decided to have her young class memorize one of the most quoted passages in the Bible, Psalm 23. (
  • Indeed, while Romans 13 is getting all the attention, there are other passages in the Bible that are regularly deployed in the cause of nationalistic movements or restrictions on migration. (
  • Watch and share clips from 'The Bible' TV miniseries, the world-changing 'JESUS' film, and 'The Lumo Project. (
  • It offers different versions of the Scriptures from later editions of the Bible, notably in St Mark's Gospel which ends 12 verses before later versions, omitting the appearance of the resurrected Jesus Christ. (
  • While Siku illustrated and modernized Bible characters such as Eve, Moses, and Jesus, Akin wrote and modernized the dialogue spoken by the characters. (
  • The Lenox copy, on paper, is the first Gutenberg Bible to come to the United States, in 1847. (
  • James Lenox's European agent issued Instructions for New York that the officers at the Customs House were to remove their hats on seeing it: the privilege of viewing a Gutenberg Bible is vouchsafed to few. (
  • The Bible has had a profound influence on literature and history, especially in the Western world, where the Gutenberg Bible was the first book printed using movable type. (
  • The Bible is the greatest-selling book of all time. (
  • This video explains some of the history of the Bible and how it became the most widely distributed book in history, including its writing, canoni. (
  • Bibles come in a variety of cover styles and materials, but the range of options available for a particular edition almost always share a common printed book block - the pages inside the book's cover - and the true measure of quality therefore begins with an assessment of the text design and the paper and print quality. (
  • The Bible publisher's first challenge has always been to present, within the covers of a single 'book', a large amount of text - more than three-quarters of a million words in the Old and New Testaments alone, equivalent to half a dozen or more novels. (
  • The printed page should be easy to read, but a small format Bible cannot be printed in a large typeface without increasing the number of pages and consequently the thickness of the book, so designers strive to find the optimum balance between readability and portability. (
  • Because of their length, Bibles have to be printed on very thin paper in order to achieve a suitably compact book. (
  • The best Bibles are printed on papers which are not only much thinner and finer than ordinary book papers, but which are also strong and have sufficient opacity to minimise 'show-through' from printing on the reverse side. (
  • The new software analyzes style and word choices to distinguish parts of a single text written by different authors, and when applied to the Bible its algorithm teased out distinct writerly voices in the holy book. (
  • Many students today complete their matriculation exams without knowing the book of Genesis, Abraham and the Hebrew Prophets," Drora Levy, national Bible supervisor in the Education Ministry admitted. (
  • A family Bible is a designation given to a Bible which has family information recorded on pages within the book. (
  • The Bible is a book we can trust-no, more than that, it is the only book we can fully trust. (
  • The Bible is not just a book full of stories. (
  • The Manga Bible" retells the Old and New Testaments in Japanese anime, comic book format. (
  • A new and one-of-a-kind Bible is available that retells the Old and New Testament stories in Japanese comic book ( manga ) format, the first English manga adapation of the Christian Bible. (
  • His Revised Standard Version (RSV) Bible was then used for the inauguration ceremony on top of the same book President Abraham Lincoln used in 1861. (
  • It is our hope that guests will be able to learn not only about each president's unique Bible, but also about the influence this book has had on government and elected officials around the world. (
  • The Museum of the Bible, located on the Washington Mall, opened its doors to the public in November with thousands of artifacts dedicated solely to the Judeo-Christian Holy Book. (
  • So if we take this idea and apply to studying the Bible, we should have 4-6 weeks of reading the same book, chapters or verses over and over again in order to get intimately familiar with it. (
  • After I spent a lot of time training myself in the book of Psalms, (I tried to memorize about 30 Psalms, spent more than a year on them) I found that I could recall other parts of the Bible (like the Gospels) more easily when I needed them. (
  • When her boss acquires a copy of the rare 1631 Sinners' Bible, Belial tells her that the book is linked to the tragic Stuart dynasty - and the curse that brought it down. (
  • The first substantial printed book in the West is this royal-folio two-volume Bible, comprising nearly 1,300 pages, printed in Mainz on the central Rhine by Johann Gutenberg (ca. 1390s-1468) in the 1450s. (
  • While nearly half of Britons believe the Bible is an important book, few realise that common modern day phrases emanate from it, instead believing they come from a variety of sources including The Beatles, Shakespeare of even Tony Blair. (
  • A ComRes poll for Bible Society reveals nearly half those surveyed (46%) said they thought the Bible was an important book and even though they don't read it often it does have valuable things to say. (
  • The case began after a school made a girl sit and read a book because she didn't want to learn about the Bible. (
  • Trump, who took flak for declaring that the Bible is his favorite book, then failing to name his favorite verse, may be keenly aware of the importance of Bible literacy. (
  • Though the Bible is in Latin, the writing is copied from the first authorized English version of the book, providing a hint of how people made the transition from the Roman Catholic Church to Protestantism. (
  • You can find it located in the Bible, after 3rd John and right before the book of Revelation. (
  • According to the March 2007 edition of Time, the Bible "has done more to shape literature, history, entertainment, and culture than any book ever written. (
  • The Bible is not a single book but a collection of books, whose complex development is not completely understood. (
  • When you frame it in that context, I think it's a little easier to understand why people who are not Christians could be uncomfortable seeing the Bible in a hotel room. (
  • Does the Bible really have inherent authority to be considered the ultimate standard of truth for Christians? (
  • Does the Bible Tell Christians to Judge Not? (
  • We Christians should be unapologetic about putting down bricks in favor of the Bible at every opportunity. (
  • Of course, Bible classes don't have to be the Duck Dynasty Fan Hour, but Evangelical Christians with far-right politics have long viewed them as ways to influence public school students. (
  • The Bible (from Koine Greek τὰ βιβλία, tà biblía, "the books") is a collection of religious texts or scriptures sacred to Christians, Jews, Samaritans, Rastafari and others. (
  • Daily Bible readings that follow the church liturgical year, with thematically matched Old and New Testament readings. (
  • I have read a New Testament translation into Hakka published by the Bible Society in Taiwan in the 1990s [1] . (
  • the translators of the Revised Standard Version (1952) and the New English Bible (1970) have continued to use the Masoretic text as their Old Testament basis. (
  • The Christian Bible , consisting of the Old Testament , the Apocrypha and the New Testament , is the primary religious text of Christianity . (
  • And in 1966, the Bible PERversion army recruited a major soldier as The American Bible Society (ABS) released the New Testament of the deceitful and devious Good News for Modern Man Bible . (
  • The differences "have the potential to generate fruitful discussion among scholars," said Michael Segal of Hebrew University's Bible Department, who was not involved in the project. (
  • Over the past decade, computer programs have increasingly been assisting Bible scholars in searching and comparing texts, but the novelty of the new software seems to be in its ability to take criteria developed by scholars and apply them through a technological tool more powerful in many respects than the human mind, Segal said. (
  • The supposed Bible errors are well known to Bible scholars and have all been addressed and found not to be errors after all. (
  • The Bible is not a "living breathing document," Hoffmeier says, invoking the language of contemporary originalist scholars of the U.S. Constitution. (
  • Read the books of the Bible as they were written historically, according to the estimated date of their writing. (
  • Before applying the software to the Pentateuch and other books of the Bible, the researchers first needed a more objective test to prove the algorithm could correctly distinguish one author from another. (
  • It was revealed that many students have never opened an actual Bible during their studies as there were aid books offering short summaries in easy language at hand. (
  • The Sinner's Bible is available for download from Apple Books. (
  • Study the text in its context: Our study will be driven by books of the Bible, not topical studies. (
  • Logos Bible Software combines books, a search engine, and tools that empower anybody to understand the Bible. (
  • The English word Bible is derived from Koinē Greek: τὰ βιβλία, romanized: ta biblia, meaning "the books" (singular βιβλίον, biblion). (
  • Verse Images: Turn Bible verses into shareable art. (
  • A daily inspirational and encouraging Bible verse. (
  • Shop our wide variety of Bible Verse Water Bottles to express your personality and shrink your environmental footprint. (
  • The team responded to the devastating terror attacks of 9/11 by seeking to unite the community and express their faith through the Bible-verse-bearing banners. (
  • From the oremus Bible Browser v2.9.2 30 June 2021. (
  • I urge everyone who embraces the Bible, and the God whose teachings it reflects, to do the same so that we don't rub salt into an already festering wound. (
  • In 1631 an English Bible printer forgot the NOT in one of the Ten Commandments. (
  • But only a few years after that, King Henry VIII would support the English Bible, and his secretary Thomas Cromwell would commission one that would be printed in 1539. (
  • The annotations in the 1535 Bible are copies of the tables of lessons (a sort of liturgical schedule) from this authorized English Bible. (
  • The American Bible Society later shortened the name from the Good News for Modern Man to the Good News Bible (GNB). (
  • The American Bible Society has published several special editions of the GNB. (
  • Doug Birdsall, former president of the American Bible Society, described the domain as "the Bible's moment to move from Gutenberg to Google. (
  • A new curriculum for a public school bible course elective has been released by the Bible Literacy Project. (
  • Our children are protected by this ruling and by The Bible & Public Schools, A First Amendment Guide, published by The Bible Literacy Project and the First Amendment Center and endorsed by National School Boards, American Federation of Teachers, National Education Association and others including People for the American Way. (
  • An easy-to-use curriculum with Sunday school lessons that help you bring the Bible to life in your classroom. (
  • Bring the Bible to life! (
  • As part of our work to bring the Bible to life here at home and across the world, we plan over the next five years to step up our efforts in the toughest, hardest parts of Africa. (
  • The challenging puzzles in Brain Games Bible Word Search: People, Places and Events combine a mental workout with your favorite scriptures. (
  • We want to give them a helping hand by offering them the Bible and the value that the Scriptures bring. (
  • One of the growing trends around the country is school boards allowing schools to teach an elective course on the bible. (
  • We need to be equipped to teach people to see and draw connections between the Bible and the world around us. (
  • EIE has led the movement working with state legislatures to encourage public schools to teach the Bible academically. (
  • To that end, Essentials in Education is continuing to work with state governments to pass legislation which encourages public schools to teach the Bible academically. (
  • In theory, it's legal for public schools to teach the Bible as a work of literature with historical significance. (
  • The National Council on Bible Curriculum in Public Schools (NCBCPS) has been very active in lobbyign school boards to do so and selling them their textbooks for such a class in the process. (
  • In addition, the curriculum also quotes approvingly from Christian Nation apologist David Barton and claims that the bible was "the blueprint for the Constitution. (
  • I've been trying to find out what was said at that press conference called by the National Council on Bible Curriculum in Public Schools - you know, the one with Chuck Norris - earlier this month. (
  • Answers Bible Curriculum brings the Bible to life! (
  • What's the big deal about Answers Bible Curriculum? (
  • So I'm excited to discover the Answers Bible Curriculum. (
  • As of their Friday night game on October 2, the Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe High School football team, the Warriors, have been forbidden from using Bible verses on the large banner they run through to make their entrance onto the playing field. (
  • The team has red uniforms, so the slogan fits, but ever since 9/11 the team had been using verses from the Bible such as "In God I have put my trust. (
  • Displaying a banner adorned with Bible verses at a public school football game is in no way equivalent to Congress passing a law to establish religion, but it is exactly equivalent to the free exercise of religion and the freedom of speech to express religious beliefs in public. (
  • We are honored to add this piece of our nation's history to our growing exhibit of presidential Bibles," Museum of the Bible President Cary Summers said in a statement . (
  • The Museum of the Bible placed the Trump Bible on display in the "Bible in the World" exhibit on the second floor, alongside the Bibles of presidents Harry S. Truman, Dwight D. Eisenhower, George H.W. Bush, and George W. Bush. (
  • This is a presentation on plants that were important to the people of the Bible and are referenced in their stories. (
  • What does the Bible mean to people? (
  • Three people in their 20s and 30s share about what the Bible means to them. (
  • On more than 250 million devices around the world, people are reading, listening to, watching, and sharing the Bible using the #1 rated Bible App-completely free. (
  • Bill Nigut, Southeast regional director for the Anti-Defamation League, said people have become accustomed to seeing Gideon Bibles in the nightstands of hotels and motels and that may be why many don't think twice when they see them in state park lodging. (
  • According to the Bible, Moses leads people of Israel out of slavery in Egypt. (
  • Just three blocks from the heart of DC, a new museum has risen that invites all people to take a closer look at the Bible. (
  • That way we at least have some information that we can share or articulate with other people, and we believe that we have benefited from the time spent exposing ourselves to the Bible. (
  • The Bible teaches, repeatedly and consistently, that leaders have a God-given responsibility to protect innocent people and to do all they can to minimize collateral damage and the loss of life - not only in America, but also abroad. (
  • Around double the amount of people working in the arts thought the Bible was important compared to those who worked in classical music and politics. (
  • We hope that this project will help people, once again, value the Bible. (
  • We know that when people engage with the Bible, their lives can change, for good. (
  • But in this volatile, dangerous place, people long for the Bible. (
  • But more and more people are asking for Bibles. (
  • The Bible was written and compiled by many people, from a variety of disparate cultures, most of whom are unknown. (
  • and, as the recognized top level domain name for Internet consumers to know which people, businesses, information sources or other online resources associate themselves with the Bible. (
  • Whereupon it was resolved accordingly to direct said Committee of Commerce to import 20,000 copies of the Bible. (
  • Hidden text has been discovered beneath one of the oldest printed Bibles in England, one of only seven copies that survives from 1535. (
  • According to Bible publication stats, more than 100 million copies (some estimates are over 200 million) of the GNB are in circulation. (
  • Officials told Buckner they would remove the Bibles from all state park resorts while the state attorney general looked into the matter. (
  • Education Ministry officials believe that the overhaul will make the subject of Bible more approachable for pupils. (
  • Chinese officials denounced that report, but have maintained on the Olympics website a demand that visitors to the Games bring no more than a single Bible with them. (
  • This 1,600-year old manuscript offers a window into the development of early Christianity and first-hand evidence of how the text of the Bible was transmitted from generation to generation. (
  • In several of these classes, teachers are using the Bible to impart religious life lessons and actively inculcate Christianity," the letter said, according to the Louisville Courier-Journal . (
  • Textual Criticism of the Bible is a Restricted Group with 585 members. (
  • Some Cambridge reference Bibles have wide margins, so that users can make notes against the Bible text. (
  • Believers across China report a shortage of Bibles and other Christian resources. (
  • Believers also generally consider the Bible to be a product of divine inspiration. (
  • An edition of the Bible printed at Cambridge , England in 1653 contained the following printer's error: "know ye not that the unrighteous shall inherit the kingdom of God? (
  • Conversely, in the Cambridge list even the basic hardback Bibles have similar quality features - design, paper, print quality, sewn bindings - to the fine-bound styles of the same edition. (
  • The typefaces chosen for Cambridge Bibles have been selected to provide the most legible and attractive appearance for the particular style and size of each edition. (
  • Cambridge editions fall into two categories: traditional settings created in the days of hot-metal composition, and modern settings created using digital fonts selected to replicate the best characteristics of the familiar metal Bible typefaces. (
  • Cambridge Bibles are printed on high-quality lightweight paper, chosen to achieve the optimum readability for the minimum bulk. (
  • Cambridge KJV Bible Cameo French MOROCCO LEATHER Antique 1960s India Paper [email protected]@K! (
  • The quality of any Bible depends primarily on the materials and the processes used in manufacture, as well as on the more immediately apparent factors such as text design and layout. (
  • The new program will also make it mandatory for students of the 7th-12th grades to use the Bible text and Jewish commentaries alone and no longer be aided by various booklets. (
  • Obey the text in your context: The goal of each session is to help students understand what the Bible says and how it should impact their daily lives. (
  • Graham Davis, an X-ray specialist at Queen Mary University of London's School of Dentistry, wrote software to "subtract" the printed text from images of the Latin Bible, leaving behind only the annotations. (
  • Evangelical Protestant women hold their own Bible-study groups where the distaff version of history is a major draw. (
  • Is there a reason why this page (Chinese Bible Translations) contains no information on Catholic/Non-Protestant-specific Chinese Bibles? (
  • When you go into a state park cabin and the only piece of religious literature there is a Protestant Bible, that suggests the government's endorsed that particular perspective. (
  • The writing - in English in a Latin Bible - reveals the messy process of the Protestant Reformation in the Henry VIII era. (
  • The Bible is an integral part of our society and deserves a place in the classroom," said Republican state Rep. Aaron McWilliams of North Dakota, a co-sponsor of a bill that would require the state's public high schools to offer an elective on Bible studies . (
  • In Indiana, Republican legislators have proposed a bill that would allow public schools to offer Bible classes as an elective and would, according to Fox News, allow school boards to require "that schools offer 'various theories concerning the origin of life, including creation science. (
  • In Florida, Democratic legislator Kimberly Daniels, a professed "demonbuster" and former exorcist, has introduced a bill that would require schools to offer a world religions elective in addition to several elective Bible courses. (
  • I've seen references to other Chinese manuscripts of the Bible, or portions thereof, from the First millennium, in Shinto Shrines in Japan. (
  • In 1589, Queen Elizabeth I had granted Christopher Barker the title of Royal Printer, with the exclusive "perpetual royal privilege" to print Bibles in England. (
  • The Bible App lets you explore the Bible with your closest friends. (
  • Explore the Bible: Students will help you lead students to explore and understand the Bible in ways that will call them into a deeper walk with God. (
  • Eisenhower's was opened to Psalm 33:12 during the inauguration in 1953, and Bush had has family Bible opened to the Beatitudes, Matthew 5:3-12 during his ceremony in 1989. (
  • Bruce and Avner climb Mt. Ararat in search of Noah's ark, travel to the ancient town where some believe Abraham was born .and then to the ancient ruins of Harran, where the Bible says God tells Abraham to "go forth" to the Promised Land. (
  • According to the Bible, Abraham is born in the city of Ur in Southern Mesopotamia, now Iraq. (
  • Ben-Hur is found in the Bible (1 Kings 4:8). (
  • A Sunday school teacher said to her children, 'We have been learning how powerful kings and queens were in Bible times. (
  • Generally, family Bibles are passed down to succeeding generations. (
  • Walk Thru the Bible Ministries (WTB) is a non-denominational evangelical Christian educational organization headquartered in Atlanta , Georgia . (
  • The Bibles are donated by Gideons International, an evangelical Christian group based in Nashville, Tenn. (
  • He says they all want to ban Bible in Schools and all other evangelical programmes, to remove any religious bias. (
  • At an everage pace one can read the Bible out loud in seventy hours and forty minutes. (
  • Read the Bible in the chronological order in which its stories and events occurred. (
  • Read the Bible from start to finish, from Genesis to Revelation. (
  • How should we read the Bible to ensure that we arrive at the correct interpretation? (
  • I use Logos every day as I study the Bible and write Bible studies. (
  • Walking the Bible is a production of TMC Entertainment . (
  • Short readings from throughout the Bible that focus on the meaning and events of Easter. (
  • Daily Bible readings that follow the church liturgical year, with sequential stories told across multiple weeks. (
  • These are individuals who selflessly commit their time and skills to the Bible Cause. (
  • So, choose a reading plan and get ready for the incredible journey of reading through the Bible, one day at a time! (
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  • You will be able to listen to the Bible wherever you are, as if you were there at the time of the Bible, through the mobile application we want to set up for this purpose as well as an MP3 / CD format. (
  • One thing you will discover though, is that once you start getting into the swing of seriously studying one part of the Bible, you take less time to understand other parts. (
  • But I would hate to see the whole world forever changed all because we didn't heed the wisdom of Proverbs 15:1 at a time when all of the Bible, not just select portions, is essential. (
  • Truly in-depth Bible study used to be expensive, time-consuming, and only for experts. (
  • The Bible teaches that God created the universe in six literal days about 6000 years ago. (
  • The Bible is one of the oldest texts in the history of the world. (
  • By: Staff 5 Min Quiz The Bible is one of the oldest texts in the. (
  • A survey revealed that 98% of U.S. high school English teachers believe a child's education is best served by understanding the Bible, citing that many preparation exams will reference points and texts from the Bible. (