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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).
Questions about the temple in Jerusalem -- the first temple (built by Solomon and destroyed by Babylon), the second temple (destroyed by Rome), prophetic visions of the temple, and the temple to be re…
Onomastics or onomatology is the study of the significance, usage, and etymology of names. Questions about names of God should additionally be thus tagged.
Genealogies are records of family descent. There are twenty five in the Hebrew Bible, typically tracing lineages from father to son(s).
The first book of the chronicles of the kings of Israel in the Old Testament.
A literary technique where an author expects his audience to see additional meaning other than what a literal reading of the text conveys.
A "figure of speech" is a word or phrase not used literally, such as metaphor, hyperbole, euphemism, etc.
Questions about the book of the prophet Hosea or the prophet himself.
The apostle Paul's first letter to the church in Thessalonica.
Questions about different translations/versions of the bible in general. Questions about the translation choices of a specific translation should use a version-specific tag.
Places mentioned in the Biblical texts.
The fixed and textually authoritative written form of the Hebrew Scriptures. Also the basis of many Christian Old Testament translations.
The first king of Israel, anointed by the prophet Samuel.
The son of Jacob who is sold into slavery in Egypt by his brothers in the Genesis narrative.
Either the person or the book of the Old Testament minor prophet Amos.
Questions about miracles
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.
The Song of Songs is a book of love poetry attributed to Solomon. Its inclusion in the canon was controversial; in including it, the rabbis understood it to be speaking allegorically of the relations…
a kingdom with which the patriarchs and Israel had many interactions.
The New Testament letter of the Apostle Jude.
Questions regarding Hebrew, Greek, or Aramaic idioms in the Biblical text and how they should be interpreted in light of the historical cultural or the canonical context.
Questions regarding the Epistle of Paul to his co-laborer Titus.
Malachi is a minor prophet. This is the last book of the Protestant "Old Testament".
For requests for resources that help analyze the Biblical text in a specific way, or questions about how to use those resources.
Intertextuality is the shaping of one text's meaning by another text. It is the interconnection between similar or related works of literature that reflect and influence an audience's interpretation o…
A biblical manuscript is an ancient book (codex) or other document that was handwritten by its author. Information about biblical manuscripts can be found online and free at http://www.thefullwiki.org…
The Apostle Paul's second letter to the Thessalonians.
The study of the significance of biblical numbers.
The book of Ruth tells the story of a Moabite who remains loyal to her Jewish family. Ruth is the grandmother of King David.
Questions about Solomon, King of Israel, son of David
The Vulgate is the 4th century CE Latin translation of the Bible; adopted as the official biblical text of the Catholic church at the Council of Trent (1546).
The commandments on two tablets which Moses received on Mount Sinai as described in Exodus and Deuteronomy. Also known as the Decalogue.