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Why Did God Choose Israel?

The Bible’s history of the Israelite people is put in the context of a branching family tree of humanity going all the way back to the first humans on earth. At each point where the tree branches, the lineage is

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Is the Bible a Book about Men? What about Women?

So . . . apparently some women these days have just a few problems with the Bible: “It’s all about men!” “The Bible represents an archaic, male-dominated society.” “In the Bible, women are basically men’s property.” “Men do all the important

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Wrestling with Angels: When “Good Enough” is Not Good Enough

Huh? Wrestling with angels? Aren’t angels supposed to be the good guys? Don’t they go around spreading love and light and all that wonderful stuff? Yes, angels are beings of love and light. But as portrayed in the Bible, angels

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What is the History and Importance of Bethel in the Bible?

Here is a spiritual conundrum posed by loganfields2: Could you please explain to me in one of your posts the history of, and the importance of Bethel in the Bible! I would greatly appreciate it! Thanks for the question, loganfields2.

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Dan Gheesling: Judas, Jesus, . . . or Jacob?

Dan Gheesling. To some, he will always be Judas. Others recount his miracles as if he were Jesus. But of all the characters in the Bible—Dan Gheesling’s favorite book—he most resembles Jacob. You may be wondering, “Who in the world

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