Generally the Book of Joshua can be broken into three main sections.
Resources to help you study the role and nature of the Holy Spirit.
A chart of the parallel passages found in the Old Testament books of Exodus and Numbers.
Resources to help you answer the question: Should women teach and/or have authority in the church.
The apostle Paul writes to explain the good news of Jesus Christ, who as Messiah is the Savior for all people; who as the Transformer of lives writes His Law on our hearts; and who as the Lord of history is carefully bringing this salvation to all nations — culminating in the restoration of Israel.
The exile raised the question, can we forfeit the promises of God? Can God’s people fail in such a way that God will abandon them? In the Servant Songs, God demonstrates that not only will He remain committed to His people, He will willingly choose to endure horrific suffering in order to free His people from their sinful hearts and make them righteous before Him.
Is your Bible study on break for the holidays? Many studies end before Thanksgiving and don’t resume until January. What can you do over break to stay in the Word? Here are some good ideas.
Many of the classic commentaries are free online, but how do you know which one(s) to use? And where do you find them? Here’s a quick list and explanation
Principal People in Colossians and where else they are mentioned in Scripture.
Multi-volume encyclopedias used to be too expensive for home use and were confined to those with access to a large library system. However, they are becoming more widely available on computer software and online.
Reading through the psalms can change your life! Here’s a plan to read through the psalms in 30 days.
Have you decided to read through the Bible as one of your New Year’s Resolutions? Here’s a great selection of plans to help you keep that resolution.
“When was it written?” Here’s the most likely order in which the books of the bible were written.
This chart summarizes the Kings of Israel and Judah from the crowning of Saul to the captivity of Judah.
Without the proper tools, your ability to do great Bible study is limited. On this one page, you’ll find links to websites, maps, charts, overviews, outlines, timelines encyclopedias, concordances and tips on how to use them.