Origin and Authenticity
Note the claim the Bible makes for itself.
Many Bible writers credited God for what they wrote. Why?
Moses was involved in writing the Bible. How many people wrote the Bible?
Bible writers claim divine guidance and authorship. How can we believe what was written?
Since the Bible is such an old book, how can we be sure that its message has been preserved with accuracy?
The answer lies in how the words “beginning” and “day” are used in Genesis.
Are there scientific errors in the Bible?
Is this ancient book accurate?
Where were the Bible writers born, what part of the world did they come from?
What was the time span from Jesus death until the writing of the Gospels?
Reading and Understanding the Bible
You can unlock its valuable message.
Examine some apparent Bible contradictions and the principles you can apply to make the meaning clear.
As used in the Bible, the term has more than one meaning.
Does the “eye for an eye” rule encourage vigilante justice?
Who were they given to? Are Christians required to keep them?
Who wrote it? Are its teachings eternal, never to be set aside?
Prophecy and Symbolism
Does every divinely inspired prophecy predict the future? Not always.
Could there be more than one Messiah?
Consider some examples of the symbolic meaning of numbers in the Bible, and find out how that is different from numerology.
The prophecy of the “seven times” in Daniel chapter 4 pinpoints a critical time for human rulership.
The book itself says that those who read, understand, and apply its message would be happy for doing so.
Why is this title appropriate?
How does this unique city affect you?
The wild beast has authority, power, and a throne. What else does Bible prophecy reveal?
Six keys help to identify this monstrous wild beast.
The Bible reveals the significance of the number 666 and the mark of the wild beast.
The Bible says that it is both a prostitute and a city.
Jesus has “the keys of hell,” but does he have a key to the lake of fire?
End of the World
The Bible describes events or conditions that would precede the “end of the world.”
So-called “end time prophecies” tell of the greatest period of trouble ever for mankind. What can we expect to happen?
The word Armageddon appears only once in the Bible, but the battle it refers to is discussed throughout the Scriptures.
What the Bible says may surprise you.
Does the Bible reveal an exact time?
Learn what you can expect when God’s government rules over the earth.
Learn how God promises to bring world peace by means of his Kingdom.
People, Places, and Things
See the contrast between some great women in the Bible and others who were downright wicked.
Both the Holy Scriptures and the history of Christianity provide a clear answer regarding this belief.
Some claim that Jesus’ virgin birth was the Immaculate Conception. Does the Bible support this teaching?
Some common beliefs about her are not supported by the Scriptures.
Several terms used in popular Christmas traditions actually do not appear in the Bible.
Reasoning from the Scriptures provides a satisfactory answer to this question.
The Bible says that God once caused a great flood to destroy wicked people. What facts does the Bible present to support its claim of divine origin?
God commanded the ancient Israelites to construct this object. What was its purpose?
Three important facts about the Shroud help to provide the answer.
Does it harmonize with science?
Nothing in the Bible conflicts with scientific observations that variations occur within each kind of life.
Wise advice from the Bible has already helped millions of men and women to have happiness at home.
The common expression “money is the root of all evil” is an incomplete Bible quotation.
Money can’t buy happiness, but four Bible principles can help you with your finances.
Yes! Learn three steps that can help you to cope with chronic illness.
There are three things God gives generously to help with feelings of depression.
Is anger ever justified? What should you do when it starts to build?
Learn how friendship with God can improve your life now and in the future.
Jesus said: “You must love your neighbor as yourself.” What did he mean?