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Questions regarding the book of Daniel or the prophet. The book has both Aramaic and Hebrew sections and takes place at the beginning of the Babylonian Exile.
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The Apostle Paul's epistle to the Galatians.
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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 regarding the book of the prophet Ezekiel and the prophet himself.
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The Apostle Paul's epistle to the Ephesians.
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Questions about King David, second king of Israel.
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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 investigating a text's meaning by discerning what its author intended it to mean.
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The creation of the world, described most prominently in Genesis 1-2; other creation traditions are scattered throughout the Hebrew Bible.
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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 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…
Paul's second (preserved) letter to the church in Corinth.
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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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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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Questions concerning how authors and speakers in the New Testament books quote or use parts of the Hebrew Bible.
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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 immediate literary setting in which a text appears.
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the seventh book of the Hebrew Bible and the second book of the Former Prophets.
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The book of Proverbs, one of the wisdom books of the Tanakh (Hebrew bible). Many of the short sayings are attributed to Solomon.
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Examination of Metaphorical, Prophetic, and Mystical symbolism. However, figures-of-speech, or euphemisms, or word-study should be used separately.
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Questions about the book of Jeremiah or the prophet himself. Jeremiah lived through the Babylonian destruction of Jerusalem.
Understanding the culture which an author wrote for/to is often key to understanding a text's original meaning.
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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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The study of the third person in the Trinity according to Christian theology. In Jewish theology, usually either the divine aspect of prophecy or the influence of God over the universe.
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Questions about the book of 2 Samuel. The book chronicles much of David's reign over the united kingdom of Israel. It was originally the second half of 1 Samuel, but was split when the Septuagint wa…
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The book of Joshua. Joshua was the successor of Moses and led the Israelites during the conquest of Canaan.
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The timing/ordering of biblical events, which are not always described in sequence. What happened when?
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Questions regarding the concept of sin, its definitions, consequences, etc. However, questions regarding specific sins should be tagged under "law", "nt-commandments", etc.
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the study of the nature and person of Jesus Christ as documented in the Christian New Testament.
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Questions about Paul's letter to the church in Colossae.
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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 Tanakh prophet Zechariah, or the book by the same name (not the New Testament Zechariah, or the priest killed by Joash).
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The first patriarch -- see Genesis 12-25.
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The study of the mechanisms by which an individual achieves salvation and the related belief systems.
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