Unravel the intricacies of the Greek verb 'Pisteuo' used in the New Testament, often translated as 'believe' or 'trust'. Delve into why it is rendered differently at times, enriching our understanding of faith in the Christian context.
We have some introductory material on Elohim, singular Eloah (Hebrew: God), the God of Israel in the Old Testament. If you want to get right to it, skip over this introductory material and scroll down to the heading: MISINTERPRETATION OF PSALM 82:1-8
This article explores the question of why God doesn't reveal Himself more clearly, from a biblical perspective. It examines the ways in which God does reveal Himself through Scripture, Jesus Christ, creation, the Holy Spirit, and the witness of believers.
Explore the vital role of women in the early church as disciples, ministers, and contributors to the growth of Christianity. Discover how female figures shaped the growth of the faith and influenced the biblical understanding of gender roles within the church's ministry and community.
The question of whether or not Jesus had anything to do with violence is one that has been debated for centuries. On the one hand, Jesus is often portrayed as a peaceful, loving figure who preached nonviolence and compassion towards others. On the other hand, there are instances in the Bible where Jesus appears to condone or even participate in violent behavior.
The Bible offers valuable ethical guidance for businesses through its principles of fairness, honesty, responsibility, and service, which prioritize the well-being of all stakeholders. By following these principles and examples, business leaders can create a culture of integrity and trust that positively impacts both financial success and society as a whole.
Critics of the existence of the devil often argue that belief in a supernatural entity responsible for evil is a remnant of childhood fears and superstitions.
Discover the Surprising Truth Behind the Bible's View on Evolution: Is it Compatible with Scientific Discoveries or Not?
John 13:4-16 describes the event of Jesus washing the feet of his disciples. This passage has been interpreted in various ways by different Christian traditions. Some of the key interpretations and themes include:
Love is not just a feeling or a word, it's an action. But how can we truly show love in a world where empty promises and lip service are all too common? Discover the true meaning of love as revealed in the Bible and learn how to live it out in your everyday life. You'll be inspired to love in a whole new way.