A facet of benefiting from the Bible is that it shows us the way to get the best out of life now, even in our human imperfection.
Literally billions of men and women have a Bible. However, while they may own a Bible and even carry the Bible to their church meetings, can they honestly say that they love God’s Word?
The Bible gives us answers to questions about this life and the one to come, which can be found nowhere else, and offers illumination to its readers. Those who take in this life-saving knowledge are freed from the misunderstandings of life that dominate billions of others.
When we think about prophets, prophesying, and prophecy there was in Bible times assuredly a foretelling of future events (a prediction of something to come). Some prophets such as Moses, Elijah, Elisha, Paul, Peter were given the power to perform powerful miracles as well. So, there was also what we refer to as in the... Continue Reading →
The records of this year which we possess are extremely meager, comprising only two or three incidents, which may be here enumerated, especially as they form a kind of program of His future work.
I am not going to assume but I am going to make some educated inferences about the Lockman Foundation and the NASB. First, let me preface it with I respect the NASB and every translator that has worked on it from the beginning.
The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) was established by Congress in 1789 and acts as the head of the U.S.’s federal court system The United States Supreme Court was set to nine justices in 1869 and has remained so for 150+ years.
The Septuagint (LXX) and Vulgate (Vg) have a “robe of many colors” rather than “robe with long sleeves,” the reading of the Syr. The meaning of the Hebrew term is uncertain.
Some Christians say that we do not need Bible scholars. We only need the Holy Spirit. Some Christians feel that Bible scholars are the Devil's spawn. One Christian says the Bible scholars "are our present-day Pharisees." Yes, some Bible scholars can be a little snooty. But what would it be like if there was absolutely not one Bible scholar ever?