Proverbs 9:17 Updated American Standard Version (UASV) 17 “Stolen water is sweet, and bread eaten in secret is pleasant.”
Jehovah is entirely different from the immoral Canaanite gods. The false gods were nothing like the Almighty God of the Bible. What you have in these extra-biblical sources (Ugaritic texts) is a twisted version of the genuine historical given to us by God in the Bible.
Proverbs 6:26 This is a problematic verse to translate from Hebrew, but most commentators agree that the verse makes a contrast between the consequences of being with a prostitute and of being with an adulteress.
Strange woman (אִשָּׁה זָרָה ishah zara) (2:16; 5:3) refers to those who set aside what was in harmony with the Mosaic Law and thus distanced and estranged themselves from God.
If there is no fear of Jehovah, there cannot be any knowledge, for the Father is the Creator of all things and the Author of the inspired, fully inerrant Scriptures. (Rom. 1:20; 2 Tim. 3:16-17)
How can we accept the majority of Proverbs by Solomon when 1 Kings 11:6 says, “So Solomon did what was evil in the eyes of Jehovah and did not fully follow Jehovah, as David his father had done”?
It is often claimed by many Bible scholars and historians that the ancient Israelites and the early Christians were illiterate. Is this true?
Amorites. “Semitic people found throughout the Fertile Crescent of the Near East at the beginning of the second millennium B.C. Amorites are first mentioned in the Bible as descendants of Canaan in a list of ancient peoples (Gen. 10:16; cf. 1 Chron. 1:13–16).
2 Samuel 21:19 states that Elhanan struck down Goliath the Gittite but 1 Chronicles 20:5 says Elhanan struck down Lahmi the brother of Goliath the Gittite and 1 Samuel 17 says David killed Goliath. Who killed Goliath?
The objective of this article will be to determine if the death penalty, as imposed by modern-day countries is biblical. What is the Bible’s point of view? Undeniably, this is an ethical issue overflowing with passion, for we are talking about a human life, both that of the victim and the offender, the greatest gift from God. Are modern-day nations qualified and authorized to determine such issues as life and death?