Materials: Bible

Groundbreaking Conference on Homosexuality Held

The church’s relation to the issue of homosexuality, including biblical, ethical, biological, and practical aspects are described in light of recent and extensive research.

Author: 
Clinton Wahlen

Hebrews 11:27

According to Heb 11:27 Moses did not fear the wrath of the Pharaoh. According to Exod 2:14 he was afraid. How can this be explained?

Author: 
Ekkehardt Mueller

Hebrews 11:35

I know that salvation is by grace and not by works, however meritorious. But the writer of the Book of Hebrews does not seem to know that simple truth. For example, in describing the martyrs, he says: 'Others were tortured, and refused to be released, in order to obtain a better resurrection' (Heb. 11:35, NIV). Sounds to me as if they looked on martyrdom as the way to earn their place in the resurrection of the just. Comment?

Author: 
Ángel Manuel Rodríguez

Hebrews 12:23

Who are the “spirits of the righteous made perfect,” mentioned in Hebrews 12:23?*

Author: 
Ángel Manuel Rodríguez

Hebrews 1:3

Please explain the meaning of the purification mentioned in Hebrews 1:3.

Author: 
Ángel Manuel Rodríguez

Hebrews 4:1-11

What is the rest mentioned in Hebrews 4:1-11, and how is it related to the seventh-day Sabbath?

Author: 
Ángel Manuel Rodríguez

Hebrews 7:3

Who is Melchizedek? He is described as "without father or mother, without genealogy, without beginning of days or end of life" (Heb. 7:3, [NIV]). Does that make him a divine being?

Author: 
Ángel Manuel Rodríguez

Hebrews 8:10

Hebrews 8:10 talks about the new covenant and its law. What is the content of that law?

Author: 
Ángel Manuel Rodríguez

Hermeneutical Guidelines for Dealing with Theological Questions

This article deals with various questions people may ask that require different approaches to answering. It deals especially with the issue of how to deal with questions that are not directly addressed in Scripture.

Author: 
Ekkehardt Mueller

Hermeneutics and Scripture in the Twenty-First Century

 The “Methods of Bible Study” document voted by the 1986 Annual Council, which affirms Scripture’s divine inspiration and authority, as well as how to study the Bible, is explained and contrasted with more recent critical approaches to biblical interpretation. The role of culture is also addressed.

Author: 
Clinton Wahlen

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