In his video presentation, “God’s Order of Events,” Evangelist Don Perkins examines Bible prophecy as a whole.
We would like to introduce two of our faithful Blue Letter Bible supporters, Amy and Chad Thompson, from central Illinois.
The Holman Christian Standard Bible (HCSB) has recently undergone significant textual changes to their Bible, and they have renamed their translation, Christian Standard Bible (CSB).
…For You have magnified Your word according to all Your name. Psalm 138:2 (NASB) From the very beginning of Blue Letter Bible, in 1996, Psalm 138:2 has remained our theme verse.
What does the Bible tell us about heaven?
Is the Bible trustworthy in everything that it says? To what extend is the Scripture an authoritative source? The Importance of Every Word Is Stressed The Bible testifies to the importance of every word that is found in Scripture. Sometimes an important truth hinges on the particular use of a certain word or group of […]
Charles Haddon Spurgeon’s influence today is felt more than ever, as he is the most published Christian author in church history.1 He is often quoted in sermons, articles, books, tweets, and other quote-worthy mediums among Christians. Helmut Thielicke helpfully points out the impact and influence of Spurgeon’s ministry when he notes that, “The fire Spurgeon […]
The following is from Don Stewart’s FAQs on Blue Letter Bible. One of the terms used in describing the nature of the Bible is “inerrancy.” While inerrancy is not a biblical term, but rather a theological term, it does express a biblical truth. This is similar to the word “Trinity.” Trinity is not a biblical […]
Here are seven universal problems that only Jesus can solve: 1. Separation from God. “For the wages of sin is death, but the free gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord.” (Romans 6:23) “And you were dead in the trespasses and sins in which you once walked, following the course of […]
I graduated from seminary last spring, and, since then, friends have asked me: “What’s the biggest transition you’ve made since graduating?” Before I go into my answer to that question, I need to give a little background. I graduated high school in June 2000 and ever since then I’ve either been a full- or part-time […]