Description of the Holy Bible - Part 30
Its wonderful unity. Over 40 authors wrote 66 books in different lands and over a period of 1,800 years. Many never saw the writing of the others and yet there is no contradiction between any two of them.
Description of the Holy Bible - Part 28
(4) Furthermore, everything that Jesus spoke was the word of God, for He is, after all, God (John 1:1,18; 10:30; 1 John 5:20).
Description of the Holy Bible - Part 24
This section is a strong statement on the inspiration of Scripture. Peter affirms that the Old Testament prophets wrote God’s messages. He puts himself and the other apostles in same category, because they also proclaim God’s truth.
Description of the holy bible - Part 21
God has communicated in many different ways. He revealed Himself to Moses from a burning bush (Ex. 3:4) and to Moses, Aaron, and Miriam out of a cloud (Num. 12:4, 5).
Description of the Holy Bible - Part 17
The Oxford Advanced Learners Dictionary defines ‘history’ as “all the events that happened in the past”. The Bible simply starts with the creation story...
Description of the Holy Bible - Part 15
These books include various forms of literature—history, biography, poetry, proverbial saying, hymns, letters, directions for elaborate ritualistic worship, laws, parables, riddles, allegories, prophecy, and all other forms of human expression.
Description of the Holy Bible - Part 11
There are no new lists of commandments in the New Testament, though some regard the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5-7) as the new law for Christians. The standards set out there are even more difficult to achieve than in the Old Testament law.
Description of the holy bible - Part 8
The word “apocrypha” is not found in the Bible. There is a large group of Works writings that did not attain canonical status. Differences between canonical and noncanonical apocalyptic literature are numerous....