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Questions about what happens when we die. See also [tag:heaven].
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Either the person or the book of the Old Testament minor prophet Amos.
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The Apostle Paul's second letter to the Thessalonians.
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The book of Jonah, the story of a reluctant prophet who was sent to prophecy against Nineveh and ended up in the belly of a fish when he tried to flee from the job.
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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 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 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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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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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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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 first king of Israel, anointed by the prophet Samuel.
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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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Hermeneutic principles used by the rabbis (particularly of the talmud) to interpret text.
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Latin for *a fuller sense of*. The deeper meaning intended by God but not intended by the human author in Biblical exegesis.
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Encounters with God, including through angels and other messengers.
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The fixed and authoritative written form of the Hebrew Scriptures.
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Questions about Paul's letter to Philemon. This personal letter was written to Philemon on behalf of a converted, runaway slave name Onesimus.
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a New Testament character known for his encouragement to multiple people, especially Paul and John Mark.
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a kingdom with which the patriarchs and Israel had many interactions.
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The time period between creation and the flood described in Genesis 7.
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