A Mormon leader invited Church educators from around the world to see the symbols of the New Testament loaves and fishes in a new way.
Knowing the various versions that exist in the Scriptures of the Sermon on the Mount helps us to learn more about the beautiful truths expressed in it.
Diagram that shows in a visual and simple way the composition of the genealogy of Jesus according to Matthew and the meaning of each of its elements.
Let us distinguish between the doctrine of the immaculate conception and that of the virgin birth of Mary to know which of these doctrines is true and which is false.
A set of historical facts that you should know to broaden your opinion about the existence or nonexistence of the Virgin of Guadalupe.
The word regeneration has a great significance related to the process of transformation of the Gospel. You will be surprised to know how the Bible defines it
To know the true story of Barabbas and to understand his role in the judgment of Jesus, we have to base ourselves on authentic sources.
The twelve years in the life of Jesus were very important. The importance of this age is paralleled at present among the SUDs.
Joseph and Mary are an example of spiritual balance for all of us. The passage of the loss of Jesus in Jerusalem helps us to discover some traits of character that testify of the good balance that they kept in their lives.
How did Mary and Joseph lose sight of young Jesus, when he was twelve years old? To understand this fact, one must learn what he can about the culture and circumstances of the moment in which this event occurred.
The event of Jesus among the doctors of the law is more significant when we understand the impact that his teaching had on them, as taught in the Inspired Version of the Bible.
By doing the Bible study of Matthew 1: 25 comparing it with the original language of the Bible you will greatly expand your understanding of this passage.
The passage of the transfiguration of Jesus is one of the most significant not only to understand the ministry of Jesus Christ and his first apostles, but also the work of the temple and the restoration of the gospel.
The passage of Jesus' temptation teaches us an important lesson about missionary work: when to desist, without trying to turn all stones into bread.
For more than 2000 years, the book of Revelation has been carefully studied. Let's see why an agreement has not been reached as to its meaning.
The Gospel of John records that the first miracle of Jesus was to turn water into wine. What powerful lesson is contained in this "principle of miracles"?
The expression of being "zarandeado como trigo" appears in the 4 canonical books and is a symbolic expression that does not necessarily have a negative meaning.
What kind of king of Judea was King Herod the Great and how much fidelity did his reign among the Jewish people?