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Koiné (from κοινή, "common") Greek was the form of post-classical Greek spoken and written in Hellenistic and Roman antiquity. It is the language of the Septuagint (LXX), Christian New Testament, and …
The first book of the Hebrew Bible which covers events from Creation to the start of Israel's sojourn in Egypt.
The language in which the Jewish Scriptures (Tanakh) -- or the "Old Testament" in Christian Bibles -- were written.
The fourth Gospel in the Christian New Testament that is attributed to John the son of Zebedee.
The life of Jesus as presented by Matthew. The gospel covers His virginal birth to His death and resurrection. Matthew also presents Jesus as the Lion of Judah and the fulfillment of prophecy. It i…
Investigation into the meaning or use of an individual word across a body of writing.
Jesus of Nazareth is the central figure of the Christian New Testament.
The first half of Luke's history of the church which, along with Acts, was addressed to a certain "Theophilus". The gospel of Luke covers the life of Jesus from his birth to his resurrection.
At points the Bible seems to display contradictions in parallel accounts or the understanding of a given concept. Questions with this tag are (usually) seeking a resolution to the (apparent) contradic…
The book of Revelation is the last book of the canonical New Testament. (This tag is NOT for questions about the revelation of God's will/plan/instruction in general).
The second book of the Hebrew Bible, starting with Israel in Egyptian slavery and ending with the building of the tabernacle in the desert.
The second half of Luke's history of the church, which was commissioned by Theophilus. It covers the actions of the Apostles from Christ's ascension to heaven to Paul's imprisonment in Rome.
Understanding the grammar of the source texts; this tag should be accompanied by the appropriate language tag.
Paul's first (preserved) letter to the church in Corinth.
Paul's letter to the church in Rome.
The book of Psalms, also known as "the Psalter", a collection of many poems and hymns from ancient Israel and Judah.
The book of Isaiah, and the 8th C prophet Isaiah.
Events in the Bible, the wider cultural background of those events, and the biblical text itself, all have a historical dimension.
An account of the life of Jesus from his baptism to the discovery of his empty tomb. Often held to be the earliest gospel, written by John Mark, and using Peter as a primary source.
For questions about the letter to the Hebrews. For questions about the Hebrew language use the [hebrew] tag instead; for questions about members of the Hebrew religion, the [judaism] tag may be approp…
The philosophical basis that grounds the work of translators. Questions about specific translation problems should instead be tagged hebrew, aramaic, or greek as appropriate.
The art/science of textual criticism attempts to reconstruct the oldest or original wording of a given text.
The legal codes and specific laws of the Bible.
Questions about prophecy and the contents of the books of the prophets in general. Questions regarding specific books should also be tagged with the appropriate book tag.
The Apostle Paul was one of the leaders of early Christianity, founder of many Christian congregations, and the author of several "letters" now found in the New Testament.
The Hebrew Bible (Biblia Hebraica) refers to the Jewish Tanakh. Questions about specific texts should only be tagged with the name of the text. This tag is reserved for questions related to a collecti…
For use on questions where it is unclear what a pronoun or other vague identifier refers to.
For questions concerning the implementation or comparison of approaches to hermeneutics
The fifth book of the bible and the conclusion of the Torah (five books of Moses). Consists primarily of Moses's final instructions to Israel at the end of the 40 years in the desert. Ends with Mose…
Fourth book of the Hebrew Bible, and the fourth of five books of the Jewish Torah, covering most of the 40 years that Israel spent in the desert.
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.
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.
The second major part of the Christian Bible. Questions about specific texts should only be tagged with the name of the text. This tag is reserved for questions related to a collection of texts within…
Questions about the interpretation of a passage across different periods of history.
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.
the study of the nature and person of Jesus Christ as documented in the Christian New Testament.