Category Archives: Inquiring Minds

Peter’s Personality

This entry is part 495 of 507 in the series Inquiring Minds

Did the Apostle Peter boast too much before his denial of Christ? This is an interesting question to consider. I don’t know if I would call Peter’s responses to Jesus boasting. I think he thought he could handle whatever was … Continue reading

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Translating Languages

This entry is part 494 of 507 in the series Inquiring Minds

Can I translate Koine Greek into modern Greek into English? I suppose you could translate from one language to another language to English. But why would you want to do the extra work? Aside from that you may run into … Continue reading

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Heavenly Language

This entry is part 493 of 507 in the series Inquiring Minds

What is the heavenly language and the unknown language in 1 Corinthians 13:1? This is a great question that can only partially be answered until we get to heaven. Here is a short piece of that passage for our review … Continue reading

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It Was Good

This entry is part 492 of 507 in the series Inquiring Minds

In Genesis 1:1, why does “it was good” keep getting repeated? The word “good” appears seven times throughout the creation narrative in Genesis 1. There is great significance as to why the word appears so much. When there is repetition … Continue reading

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One Day Is As a Thousand Years

This entry is part 491 of 507 in the series Inquiring Minds

If according to Genesis 1 God created the world in 6 days and for God a thousand years is like a day (Psalms 90:4), then did God create the world in 6000 years according to the Bible? There are many … Continue reading

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Writers of the New Testament

This entry is part 490 of 507 in the series Inquiring Minds

Were Greek writers responsible for the original New Testament gospels? The four writers of the Greek New Testament are Matthew, John Mark, Luke, and John. Of these four, only one was a Gentile. Matthew, also known as Levi (Matthew 9:9; … Continue reading

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Paths of Life

This entry is part 489 of 507 in the series Inquiring Minds

What is the New Testament referring to, when it tells us about the “paths of life” in Acts 2:28? Peter quotes this small passage from Psalm 16:8-11. Peter was declaring the resurrection of Jesus from the dead. He then connected … Continue reading

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The Bible and the Number 40

This entry is part 488 of 507 in the series Inquiring Minds

Two of the most commonly repeated numbers in the Bible are 7 and 40. Besides it rained 40 days and 40 nights, what are other examples of the number 40? Some of the examples of the number 40 being used … Continue reading

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Kingdom of God

This entry is part 487 of 507 in the series Inquiring Minds

What is the message of Luke 17:21? “Being asked by the Pharisees when the kingdom of God would come, he answered them, “The kingdom of God is not coming in ways that can be observed, nor will they say, ‘Look, … Continue reading

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No Obstacles

This entry is part 486 of 507 in the series Inquiring Minds

What does 2 Corinthians 6:9-10 mean? “through honor and dishonor, through slander and praise. We are treated as impostors, and yet are true; as unknown, and yet well known; as dying, and behold, we live; as punished, and yet not … Continue reading

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