When did Paul write the book of Romans?

When was the book of Romans written? The book of Romans was written from the city of Corinth during Paul’s three-month stay there on his Third Missionary Journey (Acts 20:1–3).…

What is the Cepher Bible? 

The Cepher    The word Eth Cepher, is taken from the Hebrew words for “divinity” and “book.” This book claims to restore many “missing” books, phrases, and chapters to the…

What is the book of Judges?

The book of Judges  The book of Judges receives its name from the titles of the leaders who ruled Israel after the death of Joshua. Moses, in giving instructions as…

What are some Bible facts?

The following are some interesting Bible facts: Books The Bible consists of 66 books, written by 44 authors over a period of about 1500 years. The 39 books of the…

What are the Nag Hammadi scrolls?

The Nag Hammadi Scrolls The Nag Hammadi scrolls were discovered in 1945, by a farmer named Muhammed al-Samman in the city of Nag Hammadi, in northern Egypt. These documents have…

What is the theme of the book of Habakkuk? 

Judah’s sin  The theme of the book of Habakkuk revolves around Judah’s transgressions. For the prophet realizes that his people deserve divine judgement, and he worries about the result of…

What is a “michtam” in the Bible?

Michtam in the Bible  Michtam is recorded only six times in Tanach, only in the book of Psalms, and only in the first verse of these chapters. It is recorded…

What is spiritual manna?

Manna The manna that the Israelites ate in the wilderness (Deuteronomy 8:3; Nehemiah 9:15; Psalms 78:23–25; 105:40; John 6:31) was a miraculous act by God to provide food for His…