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the story of a "righteous sufferer" (Job 1-2; 42) framing a set of dialogues (Job 3-41) in which Job's plight is debated.
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The legal codes and specific laws of the Bible.
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Third book of the Hebrew Bible and Jewish Torah, covering the early part of Israel's time in the desert and also containing instruction on priestly service, offerings, and other ritual matters.
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Questions concerning how authors and speakers in the New Testament books quote or use parts of the Hebrew Bible.
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The creation of the world, described in two accounts in the first two chapters of the book of Genesis.
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The book of 1 Samuel, which chronicles the last days of Israel being ruled by judges and the transition into the monarchy with Saul as the first king.
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Questions about King David, second king of Israel.
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The Apostle Paul's epistle to the Ephesians.
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Questions about any of the multitude of names for God in the Scriptures.
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Leader and prophet of Israel from the exodus from Egypt to their entry into the promised land. Considered by Judaism to be the greatest of the prophets.
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Questions about the authorship of particular parts of the bible.
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Questions about John's first letter. It contains both warnings about false teachers and spiritual themes about Jesus Christ.
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1 Kings presents the biblical view of history of ancient Israel and Judah from the death of David to the release of his successor Jehoiachin from imprisonment in Babylon.
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Questions about the synoptic gospels-Matthew, Mark, and Luke.
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2 Kings presents the biblical view of history of ancient Israel and Judah from the death of David to the release of his successor Jehoiachin from imprisonment in Babylon.
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Questions about Paul's letter to the church in Colossae.
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Questions regarding the Last Days or End Times.
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The set of letters written by the apostle Paul, as a corpus.
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Questions regarding the Aramaic sections of the Tanakh (Hebrew Bible) and the translations known as the Targums.
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In Christian theology, the third person of the Holy Trinity. In Jewish theology, usually either the divine aspect of prophecy or the influence of God over the universe.
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unclear what a pronoun or other vague identifier refers to.
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the seventh book of the Hebrew Bible and the second book of the Former Prophets.
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Questions regarding the KJV translation of the Bible into English. Questions may include the 1611 translation or later editions.
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The timing/ordering of biblical events, which are not always described in sequence. What happened when?
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Understanding the culture which an author wrote for/to is often key to understanding a text's original meaning.
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The first patriarch -- see Genesis 12-25.
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Questions about the first letter of Paul to Timothy. Instead of being addressed to a church, this letter was addressed to Timothy, a convert of Paul's and a pastor (hence, why it's one of the pastora…
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Analysis for the purpose of dividing a text into its composite sources.
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The Apostle Peter's first epistle.
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supernatural or celestial beings that are intermediaries between God and people. Also referred to as messengers or the sons of God (bene elohim) in the Hebrew Bible.
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The book of Ecclesiastes (Hebrew: Kohelet), attributed to Solomon.
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Questions about the general epistle of James.
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In Judaism, an angel acting at God's direction to test or prove somebody; in Christianity, a fallen angel who rebelled against God and reigns over hell.
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Questions about Paul's letter to the Philippians.
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The story of Noah, the ark, and the flood described in Genesis 6-10.
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