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Biblical texts addressing human sexuality.
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Questions about the offerings commanded in the bible and performed in the temple. There were several types of offerings, some fully consumed on the altar and some not. In addition to certain animals…
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A genre of literature in which future events are revealed to a human recipient by means of a heavenly messenger. Central biblical texts are Daniel in the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament, and Revelation in …
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Either the person or the book of the Old Testament minor prophet Amos.
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Investigation of the origin of a particular text and the historical context in which it was created. Sometimes called "higher criticism".
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Questions about either the person or the book of the Old Testament minor prophet Habakkuk.
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The first king of Israel, anointed by the prophet Samuel.
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the standard version of the bible used by churches in the Syriac tradition.
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The kings who ruled Israel after the days of the judges.
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The New Testament letter of the Apostle Jude.
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the study of the significance and etymology of names.
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the New Testament books collecting the letters of Paul to church leaders: 1 Timothy, 2 Timothy, Titus, and Philemon.
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A hypothetical collection of some sayings of Jesus that is assumed to be the source material for the overlapping parts of Matthew and Luke not found in Mark.
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The commandments on two tablets which Moses received on Mount Sinai as described in Exodus and Deuteronomy. Also known as the Decalogue.
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The book of Esther tells the story of the Persian king Ahashsverosh, his secretly-Jewish queen Esther, and court intrigues that nearly led to the destruction of the Jews. This book is noteworthy for …
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a kingdom with which the patriarchs and Israel had many interactions.
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