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Content On: Bibliology (The Written Word)


Overview Of The BibleBob Hallman10/30/2023
Lesson 21: The Bible Is Unique In Its StoryGregory Brown05/01/2021
Lesson 20: The Bible Is Unique In Its Various TranslationsGregory Brown05/01/2021
Lesson 18: The Theme Of The Kingdom Of GodGregory Brown05/01/2021
Lesson 19: The Bible Is Unique In Its StructureGregory Brown05/01/2021
Lesson 17: The Theme Of CovenantGregory Brown05/01/2021
Lesson 16: Major Bible Themes Of ScriptureGregory Brown05/01/2021
Lesson 15: Bible Study MethodsGregory Brown05/01/2021
Lesson 14: Life ApplicationGregory Brown05/01/2021
Lesson 13: InterpretationGregory Brown05/01/2021
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Question & Answers:

Is there a significance to Jesus folding the linen burial cloth after His resurrection?
How did John know what Jesus prayed in John 17, if Jesus prayed alone?
How does one determine the authority behind "proper" biblical interpretation?
Could the "Q" manuscript that Gospel writers used have a different theology than the Gospels themselves?
Is there any truth to my impression that if someone doesn't attend a leading seminary you can't really progress in scholarship? Does a person have to have a doctorate to be considered a scholar?
Could you give me your assesment of the NIV as a translation?
What do you think about Eta Linnenann's "Is There a Synoptic Problem?" and her theories about the origin and authorship of the Gospels?
Are you familiar with Norman Willis' claim that the NT may have been written in Hebrew instead of Greek? [An email from Norman Willis included in original question.]
Bible translations differ on Gen 10:21. Some refer to Shem as the oldest of Noah's sons and some refer to Japheth as the elder. Why is there a discrepancy?
Why are there 66 Chapters in the Book of Isaiah?
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