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Encounters with God, including through angels and other messengers.
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a first-century historian. He wrote four books about Judiasm and Israel's history. He is considered an important source for the Maccabean Revolt and Hasmonean Dynasty of Judea. He also spe…
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Questions about either the person or the book of the Old Testament minor prophet Habakkuk.
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A word or phrase which occurs only once within a context such as the works of an author or a single text.
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a kingdom with which the patriarchs and Israel had many interactions.
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Question regarding the non-writing prophet, Elisha. He was the successor to Elijah. His actions are recorded in 1 and 2 Kings.
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the doctrinal approach that sees all scripture as being directly or indirectly about, or fulfilled by, Jesus (also called Christo-centric).
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God's covenants with individuals (e.g. Abraham) and nations (e.g. Israel at Sinai, other nations mentioned in the books of the prophets).
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The time period between creation and the flood described in Genesis 7.
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The theory that most, if not all, New Testament books were originally written in Aramaic. (This theory is disputed in academia.)
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Bilaam (or Balaam, depending on translation) was a non-Jewish prophet who was hired by Balak, king of Moav, to curse Israel. See Numbers 22-24.
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Biblical texts addressing human sexuality.
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The New International Version of the Bible, in any of the versions: 1973, 1978, 1984, 2011.
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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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