Monthly Archives: January 2021

Inspiration of Pentateuch

This entry is part 420 of 507 in the series Inquiring Minds

How did Moses gain the knowledge to write the first five books of the Bible with no previous biblical history written down before? Did God himself inspire the words that the ancient patriarch wrote down? There are different approaches to … Continue reading

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Father of Israel

This entry is part 419 of 507 in the series Inquiring Minds

Could Jacob actually be considered more of the father of the nation of Israel than his grandfather Abraham being that he had 12 sons for the 12 tribes? Jacob is most directly the father of Israel because his sons are … Continue reading

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Living Separate from the World

This entry is part 88 of 127 in the series Holiness Matters

Division is one of the top issues in America right now. The political climate can be almost unbearable. If a person doesn’t agree with you, they don’t just want to stop talking about it. Instead, they press their views even … Continue reading

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Renewing Your Mind

This entry is part 87 of 127 in the series Holiness Matters

It’s so easy for our minds to be distracted and corrupted by the world. Our senses are always subject. What we see, hear, and speak show our thoughts and our heart. If you watch too much news, TV shows, listen … Continue reading

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Bones of the Flood

This entry is part 417 of 507 in the series Inquiring Minds

Where are the bones of those that died in Noah’s flood? This is an interesting question, and there may be a couple of ways to look at the answer. First of all, the flood was upon the face of the … Continue reading

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Death Angel

This entry is part 418 of 507 in the series Inquiring Minds

Was it the Angel of the Lord who passed over the Egyptian household doors before Pharaoh released the Israelites? The text of Exodus 11-12 does not define whether it was the angel of the Lord or the Lord himself. As … Continue reading

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Complete Joy

This entry is part 416 of 507 in the series Inquiring Minds

What is the meaning of “your joy may be complete”? How is it shown? This phrase appears four times throughout the writings of John the Apostle. It occurs twice in the Olivet Discourse in the Gospel and twice in his … Continue reading

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Noah and Inbreeding

This entry is part 415 of 507 in the series Inquiring Minds

If you accept the Noah and the ark story, are all of us descended from Noah and his family inbreeding? I do accept the historical account of Noah and the ark. There is external evidence from other cultures in the … Continue reading

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What the Heart Wants

This entry is part 86 of 127 in the series Holiness Matters

It seems nowadays everyone has their own angle. They are out to please themselves or get ahead in life. It doesn’t help that our American culture champions selfish ambition, greed, and every sort of desire. If everyone followed their own … Continue reading

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God’s Coming Kingdom

This entry is part 414 of 507 in the series Inquiring Minds

What is the meaning of the expression, “The coming of the kingdom of God is not something that can be observed” in Luke 17:20? In this passage, Jesus is teaching about the kingdom in the end times. Because he is … Continue reading

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