Who is the author of most of the Bible passages?
The author of most of the bible passages is Paul.
god loves gays not straights only joking lol- the words from the bible
Brian Hardin has written: 'Passages: How Reading the Bible in a Year Will Change Everything for You'
A passage in the Bible is a selection of verses from a book of the Bible. A passage can be a single verse or group of verses or an entire chapter that tells a particular story or message. Most modern Bibles have chapter or section headers that describe various passages. For example, Exodus 2:11-25 may have the passage title "Moses Flees to Midian". Online Bible resources allow you to search for passages either by keyword/phase… Read More
yes there are many bible passages you can find them in the bible
Yes the parable is from the bible.
Most of it was written in Hebrew, although there are a few passages written in Aramaic, a language similar to Hebrew.
He did not translate any passages in the KJV Bible.
No, they are different, though the Quran does borrow a significant amount of passages from the Bible.
all . To my knowledge only the Holy Bible is the inspired word of God, insofar as it has been translated correctly. Other may claim that they have such books but most have taken passages or ideas from the bible.
See related link for online Bible resources including searching for bible passages by verse or keyword.
Moses and the Jews. Jonah and the fish.
There are about 400 passages in the Bible containing the number seven, so you will have to look it up for yourself in a Bible conlll
Please see question "What is the ceremony of baptism?"
The phrase appears 192 times in the Bible - see the link below for the references.
Yes, the Jewish Bible is composed entirely of Hebrew scriptures, with the exception of a few passages in Aramaic.
there is one big bible passage in chapter 12 " the foolish and weak...... " is a bible passage . look up the rest in a bible or in the book
No, the Bible does not mention yoga. There are yoga enthusiasts who interpret some passages of the Bible to be indirect references to yoga, but you have to be in a certain frame of mind to accept this.
It already has. Some passages in it have yet to be discovered of its' meanings.
In most Bible passages, walk refers to walking with God and in all his laws and precepts and in his spirit; as these two passages show: Ye shall do my judgments, and keep mine ordinances, to walk therein: I am the LORD your God. (Leviticus 18.4) Then spake Jesus again unto them, saying, I am the light of the world: he that followeth me shall not walk in darkness, but shall have the light of… Read More
The Bible is the most published book in the world.
Contexualists are people who understand the real meaning in the Bible. and the Literalists are people who follow the passages in the bible word for word
Whats a good site for helping you understand Bible passages Much of the Bible doesn't make much sense to me when I read it and It frustrates me?
Matthew 27Mark 15 Luke 23 John 18
The Protestant Bible is missing a number of books that are included in the Catholic Bible. Also, there are a number of passages in the Protestant Bible that have been altered a bit to agree with Protestant theology.
These two words occur in the KJV Bible 31 and 71 times respectively. To find what you mean as 'the Bible version' of them, you would have to study the containing passages in-depth.
Some have rumored the Leviathan in the Old Testament had not head but if you read the Bible passages were Leviathan is mentioned you don't get the idea he was headless. There are no other animals in the Bible which did not have heads.
Shakespeare Or the guy who wrote the bible.
The word "anointing" appears in 26 verses of the KJV bible. See related links for list of verses that contain the word.
There are a lot of Bible experts that believe there are passages in the Bible that are in reference to UFOs. But like everyone else, there are believers and non-believers.
The Amplified Bible is a Bible with additional text that helps to explain more complicated passages. One can purchase an Amplified Bible at a local Christian bookstore, or online at Amazon, AllBibles, or Barnes and Noble.
The Hebrew or Jewish Bible is called the Tanach. The Tanach consists of three sections: Torah (Teachings), Nevi'im (Prophets), and K'tuvim (Writings). So, to answer the question, the Torah doesn't contain passages of the Tanach, rather, the Torah makes up a third of the Tanach.
Angels, archangels or not have no gender, though some passages of the Bible refer to them as Sons of God.
There are 508 passages in the King James Version that mention prayer.
Psalm 100, 106, 107, 1 Thessalonians 5
The Bible has many passages about him. Even children's Bibles show his healing.
1 Timothy 2:1, 2.
In the history of Christianity there have been thousands of reformers and they all believed different things. The "Reformation" was led/caused by Martin Luther and his primary belief was that the Bible passages that teach salvation by grace should be preferred over those Bible passages which teach salvation by works.
Poetry. Most translations of the Bible do not print the poetic passages of the Bible as poetry, not even the Psalms. Scholars have learned, however, that the following books of the Bible were written entirely in poetic form. Learn the names of these books. Psalms Lamentations Nahum Proverbs Obadiah Habakkuk Song of Solomon Micah Zephaniah
David (author of the Psalms) and his son Solomon (Proverbs and Song of Solomon) are considered the most poetic writers of the Bible.
Judas hangs himself at some point after Jesus dies. The Bible doesn't mention the morals of suicide otherwise so you have to extrapolate the ethics based on other passages (Unless you're Catholic. In which case the Pope says its wrong therefore it is. Aren't you lucky you don't have to read the bible). Most Christians would consider suicide immoral. Akin even to murder (only God can decide who is given life and from whom life… Read More
A: This is an exhortation to read passages in the Bible according to what the Church teaches them to mean, not according to what seems to be the ordinary meaning of the words.
There are several passages that could easily serve as short oration pieces from the Bible. Any of the Psalms verses are well-suited for this purpose, as are bits from Job.
The Hebrew Bible (called "the Old Testament by Christians) was written in Hebrew with a few passages in Aramaic. The New Testament was written entirely in Greek.
Answer Presumably you wish to underline words or passages that you wish to be able to come back to and find easily. If you do so, these should be passages that affirm your faith or explain issues that have raised doubt in your mind in the past. Bear in mind that some people believe that the Bible should not be marked, so do so with care.
Derrick Zgambo has written: 'Passages'
If you take the Bible literally and use the Bible to interpret the Bible, ask the standard "W" questions [the Who, What, Where, When, Why], and use common sense, most difficult passages are not that hard to work out. The important thing is not to take it figuratively [yes, I know there are figures of speech in the Bible - use common sense!] because if interpreted figuratively different people can interpret it differently to make… Read More
Exodus 20 thou shalt not kill
yes, there are scriptural references to Cannabis. There are other questions posted on answers.com already referencing the exact passages.
There are only a few passages in Daniel, Jeremiah, and Ezra written in Aramaic, which is similar to Hebrew.