The Bible is the world’s best selling book, with estimates of five billion or more copies of the Bible printed. But how many people really understand the Bible, even among those who read it regularly? Do you? Would you like to understand it better? Continue reading
By sunset this past Monday, April 14th, 2014 Christians who observe the Passover and Days of Unleavened Bread had removed all leavening and leavened food from their homes. For them, the Passover pictures the sacrifice of Jesus Christ for our sins (blood on the doorposts; Exodus 12:13, 1 Corinthians 5:7), and the Days of Unleavened Bread picture our coming out of sin (Egypt) and walking a new way of life on the path toward the Kingdom of God (the Promised Land) Exodus 12:15, 19.
This is a good time to go over some of the basic principles of de-leavening. Continue reading
Note: Many of the books referenced below are now in the public domain. While they may still be in print and available for purchase, many of them can also be downloaded free from the Internet, and many are available to refer to at various Internet websites.
Even though the references mentioned below may prove useful for studying the Bible and related subjects, their inclusion is by no means to be taken as an unqualified endorsement of everything that is written in any particular reference. Bible students are advised to exercise caution, integrity and due diligence in the use of any reference source.
It’s intended that this page will be updated and expanded from time to time. Continue reading