Monthly Archives: July 2020

Images of Heaven

This entry is part 247 of 371 in the series Inquiring Minds

What is Isaiah 11:6-9? This is a messianic prophecy about Jesus, the Lord and Messiah. But the passage you mention talks more about his kingdom, whether here on earth or in heaven. It may be both. But let’s take a … Continue reading

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Pre- Deluvian Age

This entry is part 246 of 371 in the series Inquiring Minds

How would a person account for the ages recorded the book of Genesis from Adam to Isaac? All the people you suggested are considered part of the pre-deluvian, or pre-flood, age. The only thing that tells us how old these … Continue reading

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Biblical Thinking

This entry is part 245 of 371 in the series Inquiring Minds

What does the Bible say thinking is based on? The word the Bible uses for thinking is rooted in a teachable conversation. It is not simply to find out what someone’s opinion is, but to learn from them in the … Continue reading

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Who is This King of Glory Part 3

This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series King of Glory

The King Has Won OT Prophecies of Christ’s Death and Resurrection The darkness choked Him as He set His feet firm in the house of the High Priest. Here finally was the moment, the hour for which He was born. … Continue reading

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Biblical Understanding

This entry is part 244 of 371 in the series Inquiring Minds

What does the Bible say understanding is based on? Many of the terms like understanding are linked in the Bible through wisdom. The most accurate understanding of the Bible comes from the wisdom and fear of the Lord. When people … Continue reading

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Pure and Peaceful

This entry is part 243 of 371 in the series Inquiring Minds

What does 2 Peter 3:14 mean? This is the beginning of the ending of Peter’s second letter. He is wrapping up everything he has talked about for three chapters. Let’s take a look at the whole verse so we can … Continue reading

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Belonging to One Another

This entry is part 242 of 371 in the series Inquiring Minds

Where in the Bible does it say a woman’s body belongs to her husband? This phrase comes from 1 Corinthians 7:4, a chapter devoted to questions about marriage from the Corinthians to the apostle Paul. Some people may take this … Continue reading

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Symbols of the Spirit

This entry is part 49 of 60 in the series Holiness Matters

I grew up in a Pentecostal church. But the more I learned about other denominations and religions, the more I realized that people want to learn about the Holy Spirit. They don’t necessarily have as strong of a background as … Continue reading

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First Corinthians 9:20 in the KJV

This entry is part 241 of 371 in the series Inquiring Minds

Why is the phrase ‘not being myself under the law’ missing in 1 Corinthians 9:20 in the KJV? This parenthetical statement, “though not myself being under the law” can be seen in newer translations of the Bible. The King James … Continue reading

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Song of Solomon

This entry is part 240 of 371 in the series Inquiring Minds

What is your interpretation of “The Song of Solomon”? There are two main interpretations of the Song of Solomon. The first, and probably most popular in the church for most of church history, is to take it as a figurative … Continue reading

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