Some Christians have heard of the Jewish Talmud, but few know much of its contents or history. In preparing for a book that will publish…View More A Prophecy of the Messiah from The Talmud?
We are in the Christmas season now, and everyone is going about like busy bees, getting gifts, putting up Christmas trees, decorating the house with…View More The Origin of Christmas
The Talmudic Period was a time in Jewish history from around 400 AD to 500 BC in which the writings of the Talmud were the…View More The Talmudic Period
Was Jesus of Nazareth Married to Mary Magdalene? It is common to hear or read that Jesus Christ, who lived on earth between 4 BC…View More Was Jesus Married? Did Jesus Have A Wife Or Ever Get Married?
Why don’t churches have Bible studies anymore? It seems all they have are studies of books ‘about’ the Bible.View More What Ever Happened to Bible Study?
An interesting look at the history of silver in the Bible and how it was used as currency.View More History of Silver in the Bible
Why did God command Abraham to sacrifice his son, Isaac? God was teaching a lesson, but not just testing Abraham’s faith as is often taught.View More Why Did God Tell Abraham To Sacrifice Isaac?
Are we really being honest with ourselves about who influences our views about the Bible?View More No Man Influences Me! (Really?)
Should Christians ever seek revenge or vengeance?View More When Vengeance is an Honorable and a God-Honoring Thing
What does the Bible say about self defense and owning guns or other weapons?View More Self Defense and Scripture
I know. I know. Nobody is supposed to be “judgmental.” It is the cardinal sin of Christians. And it is the response we get from non-Christians about every nod we make in the direction of hinting that some things are right – and others wrong. Especially with reference to the latter, we are reminded that judging is wrong.View More The Importance of Being Judgmental
The ‘fear of the Lord’ is a phrase of Old Testament piety meaning that it was a fulfillment of religious obligations. But it is not just a command from the Old Testament.View More The Fear of the Lord
Abram (later renamed Abraham) is a very important man in the Biblical scheme of things because God’s promises to him recorded in Genesis 12:1-3 (and repeated multiple times afterward) set the course for human history.View More Trust God or Be Your Own God
How tolerant! How understanding! God loves all people so why should we be cruel? Why should we correct them? People work hard and get beaten…View More How Loving is it to be “Tolerant”?
This jug dates back to the time of Kind David! Richard Freund, from the University of Hartford Center for Judaic Studies, says the inscription on…View More 3,000 Year Old Text Sheds Light On Biblical History