Christianity And Relics.

Relics

Relic is a derivative of the Latin words reliquiae, which means “remains,” and “leave behind, or forsake.” A relic, in the broadest meaning, is a saint’s mortal remains, while a secular relic is anything that has come into contact with the saint. Christian religion places a strong emphasis on relics, followed by Buddhism, Islam, shamanism, … 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

This Is How This Christian Family Conceive Baby Boys Always.

This Is How This Christian Family Conceive Baby Boys Always.

The mere fact that you delivered a girl does not preclude the potential of having a boy in the future. If you’re having a hard time becoming pregnant with a boy or are feeling a lot of disappointment, this post is for you.   This Is How This Christian Family Conceive Baby Boys Always. We … Read more

A Summary Of The Story Of Moses In The Bible.

History Of The Holy Bible (Christian Scriptures).

Who is Moses? Moses was the son of Amram and Jochebed, Moses was destined to lead the children of Israel out of slavery in Egypt. Similarities between Moses and Jesus are remarkable. Both were rescued from death as infants and grew to become saviours of their people. DATA: Occupation: Prince of Egypt, herdsman, shepherd, prophet, … Read more

A Guide To literary Biblical Interpretation-Hermeneutics.

A Guide To literary Biblical Interpretation-Hermeneutics.

  The Bible has a wide range of literary genres and therefore this Guide to literary Bible interpretation methods. Euphemisms, references, imagery, and foreshadowing are examples of literary devices that an interpreter must be familiar with. A Guide To literary Biblical Interpretation. The literary context is the widest context in our study. Just as one … Read more

Biblical Interpretation Of Symbols, Types, Allegories, And Parables.

Biblical Interpretation Of Symbols, Types, Allegories, And Parables.

Biblical Interpretation Of Symbols, Types, Allegories, And Parables must be understood first followed by its divine message, conveying important divine truths. Interpretation of Parables Before we go on, let us look at them in their entities: The interpretation of parables can be approached in a variety of ways. The essential concepts of parable interpretation are … Read more

Biblical Interpretation Of The Epistles.

interpretation of the epistles

The majority of the New Testament of the Bible is made up of epistles. “Epistle” is derived from the Greek word epistolé, which means “letter,” “message,” or “dispatch.”   Epistles are New Testament letters written by the apostles to congregations or individuals. Some, like the Epistle to the Ephesians, are addressed to churches in specific … Read more

Understanding Grammar Context In biblical Interpretation.

What Is The Meaning Of The Word Hebrew?

  Because the Bible was written in a foreign language, we have no means of knowing which interpretations are true if we ignore the meanings of words and how they are handled. Words express God’s intentions, and words are the building elements of sentences. “In today’s world, we aim to come as near to the … Read more

How To Handle Pottery, Poetry And Prophecy In Biblical Interpretation.

How To Handle Pottery, Poetry And Prophecy In Biblical Interpretation.

If we want to take the Bible seriously, we must study pottery, poetry, and prophecy, as these comprise a significant portion of the material that God has inspired. It is necessary to study all of them, even if they are challenging since they urge us to know God and accomplish his will.   ‘Whether … Read more

Biblical Contexts In Modern Bible Interpretation.

Biblical Contexts In Modern Bible Interpretation.

When analyzing a Bible verse, there are several types of context to consider. Eg, Immediate Context, Larger Context, Book Context, Whole Bible Context, historical and cultural background. Biblical Contexts In Modern Biblical Interpretation. DEFINITION OF TERMS: Immediate Context; This includes the sentences that come immediately before and after the passage. Very often, the immediate context is … Read more