Tag Archives: Old Testament

Books of the Bible

This entry is part 340 of 364 in the series Inquiring Minds

Is the New and Old Testament different books? How many books are in the Bible? The Old Testament and the New Testament are categories of the Bible based on the old covenant and the new covenant. The old covenant was … Continue reading

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Understanding the Testaments

This entry is part 320 of 364 in the series Inquiring Minds

Can it be said that the Old Testament is New Testament concealed and that the New Testament is Old Testament concealed? This could be an accurate way of describing what scholars call the intertextuality of Scripture. And there’s a reason … Continue reading

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Moses and Pharaoh

This entry is part 267 of 364 in the series Inquiring Minds

How does Moses convince Pharaoh to release the Israelites? It was actually God who forced Pharaoh to let the people of Israel go. Through ten plagues he challenged the Egyptian deities, their false gods, and brought his people out of … Continue reading

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Spiritual Principles from Old Testament

This entry is part 105 of 364 in the series Inquiring Minds

Are there a lot of spiritual principles in the offerings and sacrifices of the Old Testament? First of all, consider that the Law of Moses contained God’s highest standards for the people of Israel. Because his presence physically dwelt among … Continue reading

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How It Was Made Part 1: The Old Testament

This entry is part 1 of 7 in the series No Other Book

For the next six weeks or so, I want to discuss three essential issues to understanding the Scriptures, how we got them, why they are authoritative, and if anything is missing. Regularly Christians deal with these issues in the world. … Continue reading

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