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Bible Study: Genres Define What We Read

The Bible is not a single book. It’s an anthology nearly a thousand years in the making. It consists of books of diverse genres.

Teaching Children to Study the Bible Can Be Simple

Teaching the Bible to my children was easier than I thought. It’s easier than most parents think. Here are a few helpful tips.

Who Is the “Elect Lady” in 2 John?

Who is the elusive recipient of John’s second letter? A quick review of commentaries reveals divergent opinions.

Truth & Love

The symbiotic relationship between love and truth is essential. Authentic love “rejoices with the truth.”

What Are You Willing to Risk?

Jesus risked it all for us – not only did he risk it all, he gave it all. We should be willing to take risks for him.

How to Fight and Win Spiritual Battles for Eternity

Although a spiritual battle between good and evil is constantly going on around us, it’s easy to neglect giving it our attention.

Tough Love

While John writes that “if we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness” (1 John 1:9), he also tells us that sometimes God never gives us another chance to confess our sins and be forgiven.

  • Michael S. Heiser |
  • December 31, 2013 |
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The World's Wisdom Bows Down

Why else would the magi have taken such an arduous trip if not for an aching need to satisfy a hunger that all of the world’s wisdom had not yet satisfied?

How to Learn from Solomon, the Wisest Fool in the Bible

Despite his incredible God-given wisdom, Solomon still made many foolish decisions. Why?

Why is it Important to Memorize Scripture?
Why is it Important to Memorize Scripture?

Judging Others: A Closer Look at Matthew 7:1

One could easily argue that Matthew 7:1 is by far the most frequently misapplied verse in the entire Bible, used and abused by both Christians and non-Christians alike.

  • Eric J. Bargerhuff |
  • December 10, 2013 |
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When It Seems Like God Isn't Listening...

It’s hard to reconcile these seemingly unanswered prayers with passages that declare God’s faithfulness. It’s even more difficult when anger and grief cloud your thinking.

The Rough Wordsmith

Commentators have noted that John is neither as eloquent a wordsmith as Luke, nor as polished a debater as Paul. He speaks slowly and uses small words—with a thick accent. Yet John is a genre-buster.

3 Ways God Helps You in Your Journey

The un-slumbering God is ever present to put himself under the weights of your struggles and pains, and get you through life all the way home.

  • Eric C. Redmond |
  • November 12, 2013 |
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Jude the Obscure

It’s easy to skip past Jude on your way to Revelation. Who was Jude anyways?

  • Jacob P. Massine |
  • November 12, 2013 |
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How should the Bible be read and interpreted?
How should the Bible be read and interpreted?

Hard-Hit Neighborhood Hosts Public Reading of Job

A hard-hit neighborhood in the Rockaways hosts a public reading of Job, and wrestles with the book’s message

Ed Stetzer on Bible Study and Church Growth

“Christians must not come to church every week expecting the preacher to chew up their food for them,” says Ed Stetzer. “Growing and mission-focused believers are self-feeders.”

Does “All” Ever Mean “All” in Scripture?

Does the Greek word “pas” (each, every, any, all, the whole, etc.) ever mean “all” categorically and apart from any limitation? Examining a concordance will show that the term “all” is almost always limited to some category.

  • Founders Ministries Blog |
  • November 04, 2013 |
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Beware of Imitations

In his second letter, Peter warns against false teachers and false prophets. Who exactly were these false prophets and teachers, and what does Peter mean by “destructive heresies”?

  • Jacob P. Massine |
  • October 29, 2013 |
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