Hebrew and Greek Terms for Worship in the Bible

This article explores the various Hebrew and Greek terms used in the Bible to describe worship, including avodah, hish·ta·chawah, latreuʹo, and pro·sky·neʹo. It examines how the context determines the meaning of these terms, and provides biblical sources and book sources for further study. What did the authors mean by the words that they used, and what significance does that have for us?

CHRISTIAN THEOLOGY: What Is Sola Scriptura (Scripture Alone)?

Uncover the controversial doctrine that sparked the Protestant Reformation and continues to divide Christians today. Discover the history, beliefs, and critiques of Sola Scriptura in this comprehensive article that explores the key principle of the Bible being the only authoritative source in matters of faith and practice.

For Christians, Is Uncleanness a Sin?

First, we will define what uncleanness is based on the original language Hebrew (OT) and Greek(NT) terms. Then, we will look at numerous NT verses that speak on the subject. Next, we will deal with the Christian and uncleanness. Finally, we will take an in-depth look at uncleanness throughout the Old Testament and into the New Testament from a trusted Bible Encyclopedia, followed by a reliable Theological Dictionary and a conclusion by Edward D. Andrews.

What Does the Bible Really Say About Open Theism?

Open theism, also known as openness theology and free will theism, is a theological movement that has developed within Christianity as a rejection of the synthesis of Greek philosophy and Christian theology. Open theism arises out of the freewill theistic tradition of the church, which goes back to the early church fathers.

Does God Foreknowing​ That Judas Iscariot Will betray Jesus, Predestine Him, or coerce Him to act Against His Free Will?

Foreknowledge is the concept of knowledge regarding future events. The Problem: If God knows, then He knows everything. So then, God would know what will happen tomorrow, next year, or one thousand years from now. Furthermore, an omniscient being is never wrong. Therefore, it seems that it would follow that whatever God knows will happen in the future will happen in the future. Below we will unravel this supposed problem.

The Biblical Theology of the Apostle Paul

We will briefly study the Biblical Theological beliefs of the Apostle Paul. Biblical theology is a discipline of Christian theology that restricts its study to the Scriptures, and it seeks to determine what the biblical writers said about the issue.

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