Our word testament comes from the Greek diaqhkh, meaning “will, testament, or covenant.” The best translation, Biblically speaking, is covenant, as the Old and New Testaments are God’s covenants (or agreements) with humanity. Continue reading The Bible’s Testaments
Some preachers and teachers have a talent for bringing the Scriptures to life. And when we sit under their teaching or read their books, it whets our appetite to learn more. They have a gift of transmitting. Continue reading Why Study the Bible?
The Bible is a unique book. A collection of smaller books, 66 of them joined together, to become what we also know as the Scriptures or the Word of God. It contains about 611,000 words, written by 40 main authors, over a period of 1500 years. Continue reading About the Bible