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THE BIBLE: 20 Ways to Show Your Appreciation for the Word of God

Through the revelations recorded in the Bible, God has helped us to become better acquainted with him as well as his will and purposes. What a great aid Christian Publishing House Blog with its thousands of free online articles has... Continue Reading →

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Bible Authors, Copyists, Translators, Textual Scholars, and Biblical Interpretation

What needs to be qualified is the terms that are often thrown around. 2 Timothy 3:16-17 Updated American Standard Version (UASV) 16 All Scripture is inspired by God [theopneustos] and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, for training in righteousness; 17 so that the... Continue Reading →

Why Is Hermeneutics Important?

In short, hermeneutics is important because if you are not interpreting the Bible correctly, you will not find the accurate knowledge (Gr. epignosis) of God. Hermeneutics has rules and principles and if they are not followed correctly, you will come... Continue Reading →

Interpreting 1 Timothy 4:13-15 In Light of Timothy Being an Experienced Elder

Before we delve into this verse we must first ask, who is Timothy and why would the apostle give him such exhortation as we find in the above text? The Roman province of Galatia was home to the young boy... Continue Reading →

Is the Bible Just a Good Book Written by Men?

The Bible itself says it is from God, but is it really? ‘The Bible contradicts itself’ ‘Men alone wrote the Bible’ ‘Everyone has his own interpretation of the Bible’ ‘It is not practical for our day’ ‘The Bible is a good book, but there is no such thing as absolute truth’ ‘I believe only the King James Version’ ‘I don’t believe in the Bible’ Continue Reading →

The Word of God Builds Faith

The very first Christians who were disciples of Christ had a bit of an advantage, as they traveled with Jesus, they heard and saw him. They were assured that he was the Messiah by the things they saw and heard,... Continue Reading →

AN INEXPERIENCED AND UNSKILLED BIBLE STUDENT Is a Roadblock to Regular and Consistent Bible Reading and Study

Psalm 119:165 Updated American Standard Version (UASV) 165 Abundant peace belongs to those loving your law, and for them there is no stumbling block. Literally billions of men and women have a Bible. However, while they may own a Bible and even... Continue Reading →

Help in Teaching the Bible

If we are to fulfill the great commission, that Jesus gave to every Christian, to proclaim and to teach the Good News, we must accurately understand it ourselves first. It was in the spring of 31 C.E., and Jesus was... Continue Reading →

The Alarming Rise of the Evangelical Hyperbolic Hermeneutic as Opposed to the Traditional Grammatic-Historical Approach

This year, Protestants celebrate the 500 year anniversary of the Reformation (1517-2017). Since the days of the Reformation, except perhaps for their inconsistency in prophetic literature like the book of Revelation, the Reformers fervently championed the plain, normal, literal interpretation of Scripture. Indeed,... Continue Reading →

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