The Bible makes reference to various pharaohs of Egypt. These include unnamed pharaohs in events described in the Torah, as well as several later named pharaohs, some of whom were historical or can be identified with historical pharaohs. The identity of Pharaoh in the Moses account has been much debated, but many scholars are inclined to accept that Exodus has King Ramses II in mind. Is this true, or is it another?
"Moses was the true prophet (the one into whose mind God placed his words with the intent that they be passed on to others) and that Aaron was Moses’ spokesperson rather than a direct recipient of God’s revelation." - Douglas K. Stuart.
Is God responsible for the evil and suffering that has existed since he created man 6,000+ years ago?
How can Exodus 3:13 and 6:13 be accurate because the patriarchs knew and used the divine name? Is this not a contradiction?
What we can tell you for a fact is this, Adam and Eve were not in the Garden for ___________________________. Below we have to come at this from a time perspective of how long is the creation day and common sense observations about the creation account. Open your mind and come at this information with no preconceived views, take it in objectively, and at the end of the article you will have your answer and much more.
Facebook Bible Critic: “Apparently, there is an all-powerful, all-knowing being who is incapable of preventing His most important message to humanity from getting corrupted by mere humans.” – Jerry Spencer. What Mr. Spencer has failed to understand is ...
It was David and Bathsheba who sinned egregiously, why did their son have to die, since Deuteronomy 24:16 and Ezekiel 18:20 specifically tell us that a son is not to die for the error of his father?
THE BIBLE: ERRORS! CONTRADICTIONS! MISTAKES! Critics claim the Bible is filled with errors, mistakes, and contradictions. Some even speak of thousands of mistakes. Exodus 4:24-26 is simply a Bible Difficulty.
This is in harmony with the apostle Paul’s counsel in I Timothy 5:8 that reads, “But if anyone does not provide for his own, [I.e., relatives] and especially for those of his household, he has denied the faith and is worse than an unbeliever.” However, Jesus said exhorted us, “Do not store up for yourselves treasures on earth.” (Matt. 6:19). Jesus also said, “Give to everyone who asks you.” (Lu 6:30) The problem comes in when we consider what seems to be conflicting counsel. How do we not store up treasures, and give to everyone who asks, and still acquire enough money to leave an inheritance for our children?