Know the general structure of the book of 2 Reyes and empower your study of the Bible.
Expand your understanding of the peculiarities in the biblical record of Moses' death, in the Bible, that imply that Moses did not really die.
Often, in some studies, we are told about the deuterocanonical books of the Bible and we do not know what they are or how we can distinguish them. This article will help you to know them and to know what position to take regarding them.
Article that shows how the 5 steps of repentance and the Aaronic priesthood have been present since the Old Testament times.
The route of Abraham is the path that goes from Ur to the promised land. If he knew his destiny, why did Abraham follow such an indirect route?
Discover in this interesting article the basic structure of the Book of Leviticus and how it relates to the Ten Commandments, as summarized by Jesus Christ.
In this article I will review some of the special characteristics that distinguish the division of the Old Testament to which we refer more usually with the name of "the Pentateuch". Among the characteristics of the Pentateuch we will talk about its different names, a summary of the content of the Pentateuch, the time covered in its various books and the solution to the apparent controversy that has arisen in very recent times about Moses as the author of the Pentateuch.
Learn more about the general structure of the book of 1 Reyes, of the Bible, representative of an important period in the history of Israel, with its two parts.
For historical reasons, the way to distinguish and number each of the Ten Commandments is different among the different Judeo-Christian confessions.
Dr. O. Preston Robinson gave a valuable summary that can help you quickly understand the environment in which the last historical books of the Old Testament were developed, such as Daniel, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, Ezra, Nehemiah and Esther.
In one of his speeches, Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf, of the First Presidency, spoke about the exemplary character of Nehemiah and highlighted an aspect that can teach us a valuable lesson in perseverance and leadership.
The phrase "on the other side of the Jordan" is repeated very often in the Bible. What does it mean and what does it have to do with the prophecies about Jesus Christ?
Jacob's fight with God in Peniel is one of the richest passages in symbolism in the Scriptures that can teach us much about the antiquity of temple endowment.
Was there any special reason for the incredible fertility of the Israelite people in Egypt? The answer is a bit surprising.