Why Believe the Bible?

Author: John MacArthur

Publisher: Gospel Light Publications

ISBN: 9780830745647

Category: Religion

Page: 192

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With the authority of the Bible being questioned by many in today’s society and the need for solid, biblical teaching, the timeliness of Why Believe the Bible is apparent. The esteemed Bible teacher John MacArthur examines many common questions about the Bible in this practical examination of the authority, infallibility and trustworthiness of God’s Word. Readers will come to desire a deeper Bible study time after reading “Can We Really Take God’s Word for It?” “What Does God’s Word Do for You?” and “How to Get the Most from God’s Word.” For new Christians and those wanting to brush up on the basic truths of the Bible, Why Believe the Bible features a Bible reading plan with study tips and an appendix with helpful tools for Bible study.

Understanding the Exodus and Other Mysteries of Jewish History

Author: S. B. Segall

Publisher: Etz Haim Press

ISBN: 9780974046105

Category: Judaism

Page: 218

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This book describes the origin and evolution of the Jewish religion from the period leading up to the Exodus to the establishment of Jewish kingdoms in eastern and central Europe during the Middle Ages - a period of about 2500 years. It describes the influence of other religions on Judaism and the influence of Judaism on other monotheistic religions. In particular, the evolution of Christianity from a Jewish sect to an independent religion is described.

Killing Jesus

Die wahre Geschichte

Author: Bill O'Reilly,Martin Dugard

Publisher: Droemer eBook

ISBN: 3426423987

Category: Religion

Page: 320

View: 7255

Auf der Grundlage zeitgenössischer Quellen und der biblischen Überlieferung entwerfen die Bestsellerautoren Bill O’Reilly und Martin Dugard ein groß angelegtes historisches Panorama um Leben und Sterben von Jesus von Nazareth. Die Autoren veranschaulichen die umwälzenden Ereignisse, die einen fundamentalen historischen Wandel in Gang setzten – die Christianisierung der römischen Welt.

Canaan and Israel in Antiquity: A Textbook on History and Religion

Second Edition

Author: K. L. Noll

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 0567441172

Category: Religion

Page: 456

View: 5987

This comprehensive classic textbook represents the most recent approaches to the biblical world by surveying Palestine's social, political, economic, religious and ecological changes from Palaeolithic to Roman eras. Designed for beginners with little knowledge of the ancient world, and with copious illustrations and charts, it explains how and why academic study of the past is undertaken, as well as the differences between historical and theological scholarship and the differences between ancient and modern genres of history writing. Classroom tested chapters emphasize the authenticity of the Bible as a product of an ancient culture, and the many problems with the biblical narrative as a historical source. Neither "maximalist" nor "minimalist'" it is sufficiently general to avoid confusion and to allow the assignment of supplementary readings such as biblical narratives and ancient Near Eastern texts. This new edition has been fully revised, incorporating new graphics and English translations of Near Eastern inscriptions. New material on the religiously diverse environment of Ancient Israel taking into account the latest archaeological discussions brings this book right up to date.

What the Bible Is All About Handbook Revised NIV Edition

A study for adults through the life of Jesus, designed to inform and inspire!

Author: Henrietta C. Mears

Publisher: Gospel Light Publications

ISBN: 0830759662

Category: Religion

Page: 832

View: 8771

Discover Jesus in the Pages of the Bible reveals the true story of Jesus through the four gospels. Drawn from one of the best-selling Bible handbooks in history, this special Jesus edition beautifully summarizes critical information, key Scripture passages and personal application from the gospels. • Paperbound, 176 pages • Excellent small group study • Five chapters, one overview and one related to each gospel writer • Includes study guide, Bible reading plan and “Steps to Peace with God” • NIV text throughout

Africa: The Glory, the Curse, the Remedy

A Biblical Perspective of the Africa Predicament

Author: Anthony Agbo

Publisher: Abbott Press

ISBN: 1458214729

Category: Religion

Page: 260

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I n Africa: The Glory, the Curse, the Remedy; the author Anthony Agbo in a spectacular and inspirational detail researched the bible and rare ancient authorities to establish that God through the mouths of His Prophets, pronounced broad and far reaching curses on Africa and Africans, the result of which put the continent and her people in the negative side of all indices of human fortune, growth and development. Tracing the African family tree from the patriarch Noah through her phenomenal rise and greatness in ancient time, to her sudden downfall, the author in an amazing inspirational treatise, woven with extra-ordinary suspense unveiled: the character and activities of the enigmatic biblical figure, Nimrod, the great African and first world ruler, who built the Tower of Babel, openly confronted the God of Heaven and originated Idolatry, the worship of the “gods of wood and stone” thereby leading Africans astray; the identity and pioneering works of Tehuti, the great African who laid the foundation for all academic knowledge on earth, and who the ancient Greeks referred to as the “master of all masters” and the “greatest of all greats”; the journey of the biblical Ark of the covenant in the ancient time from Jerusalem to Ethiopia where it resides today; why and how God cursed Africa and how this curse has impacted on the lives and endeavors of the black race; what is it that can return Africa to future world dominion; etc. This is a book of extraordinary revelations about Africa and God, her glory and curse-propelled downfall as well as remedial prescriptions.

What the Bible Is All About Handbook-Revised-KJV Edition

Bible Handbooks - An Inspired Commentary on the Entire Bible

Author: Henrietta C. Mears

Publisher: Gospel Light Publications

ISBN: 0830759646

Category: Religion

Page: 832

View: 4016

Discover Jesus in the Pages of the Bible reveals the true story of Jesus through the four gospels. Drawn from one of the best-selling Bible handbooks in history, this special Jesus edition beautifully summarizes critical information, key Scripture passages and personal application from the gospels. • Paperbound, 176 pages • Excellent small group study • Five chapters, one overview and one related to each gospel writer • Includes study guide, Bible reading plan and “Steps to Peace with God” • KJV text throughout

Das Buch Jesaia

Author: Bernhard Duhm

Publisher: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht

ISBN: 9783525516560

Category: Bible

Page: 490

View: 2222


The Student Bible Atlas

Revised Edition

Author: Tim Dowley

Publisher: Fortress Press

ISBN: 1506400507

Category: Religion

Page: 32

View: 2833

For over twenty-five years, The Student Bible Atlas has been a trusted companion for Bible students of all ages and interests. Clear, concise, colorful, and priced for any budget, there are nearly 100,000 copies in print! All of the best features of The Student Bible Atlas are retained in this beautiful new edition. The table of contents remains the same, as does the tone and content. The layout, however, is beautifully redone, with new maps that convey essential information in a crisp, up-to-date way.

What the Bible Is All About KJV

Bible Handbook

Author: Dr. Henrietta C. Mears

Publisher: NavPress

ISBN: 1496416066

Category: Religion

Page: 832

View: 3010

What the Bible Is All About is the essential handbook for anyone who wants to read and understand God’s Word. Inside this revised and updated edition of Henrietta Mears’ classic, you’ll find an overview of every book in the Bible, from Genesis to Revelation. In addition, What the Bible Is All About will Provide a complete guide to the Scriptures Explain how Jesus is revealed in the Old and New Testaments Show why the Bible is one book, one history, one story Introduce key people in biblical history Give historical background for every major event Highlight recurring biblical themes Provide helpful reading plans, maps, and charts, and other study helps Discover for yourself why What the Bible Is All About is one of the world’s best-selling Bible handbooks, with more than 4 million in print. This user-friendly guide makes it easier than ever to plant the Word in your heart and mind!

The Origin of the Bible

Author: Philip W. Comfort

Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.

ISBN: 9781414386355

Category: Religion

Page: 368

View: 7955

Many books have been written about the Bible, but few explain its origins. This updated volume of the original classic provides a fascinating overview of how the Bible was first inspired, canonized, read as sacred literature, copied in ancient Hebrew and Greek manuscripts, and eventually translated into the languages of the world. This updated book will describe the development of many translations into contemporary English, giving readers a thorough guide to the differences between them.

Atlas of Christian History

Author: Tim Dowley

Publisher: Fortress Press

ISBN: 1506416888

Category: Religion

Page: 176

View: 415

A new atlas of Christian history has been needed for many years. Now, Fortress Press is pleased to offer the Atlas of Christian History from acclaimed author and editor Tim Dowley. The Atlas of Christian History is built new from the ground up. Featuring more than fifty new maps, graphics, and timelines, the atlas is a necessary companion to any study of Christian history. Concise, helpful text, written by acknowledged authorities, guide the experience and interpret the visuals. Consciously written for students at any level, the volume is perfect for independent students, as well as those in structured courses. The atlas is broken into five primary parts that correspond well to most major introductions to the topic. The final section on the modern era pays significant attention to the growth of Christianity as a global religion. Extensive maps are provided that illuminate Christianity in Asian, African, and Latin American contexts.

A Biblical History of Israel, Second Edition

Author: Iain Provan,Tremper Longman, III,V. Philips Long

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780664239138

Category: Religion

Page: 550

View: 2261

For over a decade, A Biblical History of Israel has gathered praise and criticism for its unapologetic approach to reconstructing the historical landscape of ancient Israel through a biblical lens. In this much-anticipated second edition, the authors reassert that the Old Testament should be taken seriously as a historical document alongside other literary and archaeological sources. Significantly revised and updated, A Biblical History of Israel, Second Edition includes the authors' direct response to critics. In part 1, the authors review scholarly approaches to the historiography of ancient Israel and negate arguments against using the Bible as a primary source. In part 2, they outline a history of ancient Israel from 2000 to 400 BCE by integrating both biblical and extrabiblical sources. The second edition includes updated archaeological data and new references. The text also provides seven maps and fourteen tables as useful references for students.

How We Got the Bible

Author: Neil R. Lightfoot

Publisher: Baker Books

ISBN: 0801072611

Category: Religion

Page: 224

View: 8509

This popular and accessible account of how the Bible has been preserved and transmitted for today's readers is now available in trade paper.