THE PAULINE EPISTLES (A Complete Exegesis Of The Entire Epistles).

  THE PAULINE EPISTLES are the thirteen letters written by Paul and preserved in the New Testament for the church. We cannot be sure whether Paul wrote HEBREWS. It is not included in this study but will be studied separately. THE PAULINE EPISTLES (A Complete Exegesis Of The Entire Epistles). PAUL’S REASONS FOR WRITING THE EPISTLES. … Read more

THE DISPENSATIONS OF INNOCENCE (Genesis 2:7-3:24).

dispensation of innocence

The first dispensation is the Dispensation of Innocence (Genesis 1:28-30 and 2:15-17) God provided for Adam what He Himself desires, that is fellowship and communion with a being of like nature. This dispensation covered the period of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden. In this dispensation, God’s commands were to; (1) replenish the … Read more

A Summary Of 8 Rules And 16 Principles Of Hermeneutics.

A Summary Of 8 Rules And 16 Principles Of Hermeneutics.

We shall list all the rules and principles so that the reader can see them all in one place. As stated in I Corinthians 14:33, God is not the author of confusion. Who then is the author of these conflicting, and separating dogmatic ambiguities surrounding our modern scriptures from centuries back? CONTENT; >16 Principles of … Read more

The Literal Language of the Bible And The Literal Method Of Biblical Interpretation.

The Literal Method Of Biblical Interpretation.

To comprehend the literal language of the Bible and literal interpretation of the Bible. A biblical chapter should be viewed in light of the “plain meaning” that its linguistic structure and historical context indicate. The Literal Language of the Bible And The Literal Method Of Biblical Interpretation. The literal reading of the Bible is thought … Read more

How To Read And Understand The Bible.

What Is The Meaning Of The Word Hebrew?

How To Read And Understand The Bible. To understand the Bible, Every author owes it to the reading public to explain himself as he thought fit to swell the torrent of books especially religious books which pours from the world’s printing presses every day. Let me at least tell you frankly the kind of people … Read more

Manners And Customs Of Bible Lands.

Manners And Customs Of Bible Lands.

The Bible is a collection of religious books or scriptures revered by Christians, Jews, Samaritans, and other faiths. The bible The Bible is a collection of texts written in a number of languages, including Hebrew, Aramaic, and Koine Greek. When the Jewish Hebrew Bible canon was decided in its current form, no scholarly consensus exists. … Read more

History Of The Holy Bible (Christian Scriptures).

History Of The Holy Bible (Christian Scriptures).

History Of The Holy Bible (Christian Scriptures). The Bible (from Koine Greek) is a collection of religious books or scriptures revered by Christians, Jews, Samaritans, and others. The biblical canon is a collection of texts that are considered part of the Bible by a certain religious tradition or society. The Torah is made up of … Read more

Parable of the Lost Son (Luke 15 – The Prodigal Son).

The Prodigal Son

Parable of The Prodigal Son The prodigal son narrative has become part of our lexicon. The term “prodigal son” has also been applied to a variety of behaviours including being lost and found. Wrongly Interpreted Often Times. Three wise men (kings) are said to have visited Mary and Joseph at the time of Jesus’ birth. … Read more

What Is The Meaning Of The Word Hebrew?

What Is The Meaning Of The Word Hebrew?

What Is The Meaning Of The Word Hebrew? Abram was called “Abraham the Hebrew” in Genesis 14:13, which is the first time that the word is used in the Bible. Where did this term come from, and what does it mean? In Hebrew, the word “Hebrew” is pronounced “Hebrew” (Ivrie). The root letters denote crossing … Read more