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Welcome to our enriching "Bible Lessons" section, where we embark on a journey of spiritual exploration and understanding. Delve into a diverse array of thought-provoking posts that offer profound insights from a biblical perspective. Our collection covers an array of topics, ranging from profound theological discussions to practical life lessons inspired by the teachings of the Bible.

Discover a conservative view on topics like caffeine consumption or explore the depths of familial connections with a hidden message in the family tree. Immerse yourself in lessons about love, Biblical miracles, and the wisdom of ancient lands and their modern names.

Explore the significance of making righteous choices, addressing controversial subjects such as abortion, and examining the consequences of being unequally yoked. We discuss the importance of baptism and its role in Christianity, while also pondering the nature of truth and the existence of Christ.

Reflect on the sufferings of Christ, find hope in dealing with clinical depression, and learn to cure sinful anger. Uncover the historical and prophetic aspects of the Bible, such as Daniel's Messianic prophecy fulfilled and explained, and explore the accounts of Christ's resurrection and existence.

Each post in our "Bible Lessons" section offers valuable insights, timeless wisdom, and encouragement to enrich your spiritual journey. Whether you are a seeker of truth, a devout believer, or simply curious about the teachings of the Bible, our collection aims to inspire, challenge, and foster personal growth.

Join us as we navigate the profound teachings of the Bible, drawing wisdom and understanding from its timeless pages. Explore these thought-provoking posts to nurture your faith, strengthen your beliefs, and deepen your connection with the divine. Let these Bible lessons be a source of inspiration and guidance on your spiritual path.

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They are listed in different categories and in alphabetical order.

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Important Topics

Abortion Is Wrong

Bad Associations - Unequally Yoked

Being "Poor" Isn't So Bad

Boost Self-Esteem!

Can Truth Be Objective?

A Conservative View On Caffeine

The Christian Cliches


Clinical Depression

Curing Sinful Anger

Donate Plasma

Effective Communication

The Four Spiritual Laws

God's Pattern For Husbands

God's Pattern For Wives

Hate These



Marriage, Divorce, and Remarriage

Moral Decay

Praise and Worship (Part 1)

Praise and Worship (Part 2)

Racism Is Wrong


Stop Gambling

Inspiring Bible Lessons

David and Goliath

Don't Ever Lie



Eternal Rewards

Fasting - What Is Required


The Fruits of the Spirit

Giving God the Glory

Gleanings In Genesis

The Gospel of John Lessons

The Joy of the Lord

Judges 11 - The Story of Jephthah

A Lesson In Love

Listening To God's Voice


Matthew & Luke - Chaps. 1-3


Samson and Delilah

Think Before You Speak


Satan Unveiled - The Fall From Eden

Understanding "Hell"

Why Is Chronicles In the Bible?

Ancient Lands and Their Current Names

The Bible vs. the Enuma Elish and Gilgamesh

The Bible Is Phenomenally Unique

Christ's Sufferings

Did Jesus Claim To Be God?

Did Jesus Really Exist?

The Entire KJV Bible

The Exodus - Did It Really Happen?

Gadarenes, Gerasenes or Gergesenes?

Jesus Christ is God

The Jewish Calendars - Old and New

Origen Refutes Celsus' Logic and Validity

Three Days and Three Nights?

Is the New Testament Historically Reliable?

Psalm 151

Quotes From Einstein

A Scripture Screen Saver

The Tree Codes

The 430 Year Sojourn and 400 Years of Affliction

The Ark of the Covenant: Found in Ethiopia

The Best Bible Versions (and the Worst)

Dan Barker's Easter Challenge - (The Post- Resurrection Accounts)

Extra-Biblical Proofs of Jesus and the Bible

God's Names

The Holy Spirit's Names

John Wesley's Holy Club

The Koran

A List of Biblical Miracles

Modern Translations of the Bible vs. the KJV

Names For Satan and Demon Spirits

The Number 7

The Tower of Babel Existed

Top 10 Reasons to Believe in Christianity

Where Did Cain Get His Wife?

Write Your Own Psalm!

Important Doctrines

Baptism: Not A Requirement for Salvation

Brief Exhortation On Baptism

The Trinity - The Triune Godhead

Sola Scriptura

Conferences and Conventions

The ACSI Convention - 2001

LBU's Grad Week Lectures - 2006

Promise Keepers Conventions

Steeling the Mind Conferences

Worship Xcellence Conferences

The Worldviews 2007 Conference

Biblical Prophecy

The Awesome Prophecy and Fulfillment of Isaiah 53

The Bible's Fulfilled, Messianic Prophecies

Daniel's Messianic Prophecy - Fulfilled and Explained

A Hidden Message In the Family Tree

The Rapture vs. Christ's Second Coming

Great Bible Sites

Bible History Online

Bible For Kids

Bible Scripture Verses

BIble Maps

Bible Association of Christian Universities

The Apologetics Index

Believe - Religious Information Resource

The Skeptic's Annotated Bible: Corrected and Explained

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Translations of the Bible Into English

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About Those ‘Literal’ Translations

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The Nicene Creed and the New Testament Canon

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The Torah in Modern Scholarship

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The Apocrypha and the Old Testament

Every word of God is flawless; he is a shield to those who take refuge in him. Do not add to his words, or he will rebuke you and prove you a liar.—Proverbs 30:5-6, NIV The canon of scripture—that is, the official list of what’s in the Bible—is not revealed to us by any saying of Jesus, nor does scr...
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New Testament Scholarship

The Insufficiency of Literary Analysis Unaccompanied by Other Tools New Testament critics generally assume that our gospels are the product of a scribe having two or more editions before him, which he takes together to produce a new version that contains material from the old sources. They say this,...
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The Synoptics and John

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Leviticus For Christians

A few interesting laws from Leviticus, which at first glance don’t seem to concern us today: Forbidden leftovers When you sacrifice a fellowship offering to the LORD, sacrifice it in such a way that it will be accepted on your behalf. It shall be eaten on the day you sacrifice it or on the next day;...
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Slavery and Sonship

Jesus replied, “I tell you the truth, everyone who sins is a slave to sin. Now a slave has no permanent place in the family, but a son belongs to it forever. So if the Son sets you free, you will be free indeed.”—John 8:34-36, NIV Notice that Jesus has the slave living in the house, albeit temporari...
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Are There Contradictions in the Bible?

You are the light of the world. A city on a hill cannot be hidden. Neither do people light a lamp and put it under a bowl. Instead, they put it on its stand, and it gives light to everyone in the house. In the same way, let your light shine before men, that they may see your good deeds and praise yo...
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The Rescue of Lot

The story of the destruction of Sodom and its sister city of Gomorrah is of compelling interest today because of the current debate in the churches over homosexuality. In the course of this debate, these two chapters of Genesis have been degraded from a story of God’s justice and providence to a dia...
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Evolution and Creationism

Why does water boil? Fred and Ethel have different explanations. Fred says that heat causes the vapor pressure within the water to rise to the same level as the atmospheric pressure on its surface. That causes bubbles to form, which rise and break the surface.Ethel says that’s nonsense. The water wa...
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Reading What Isn't There

“Judge others, but you are exempt from judgment. You must go out and tell it like it is, exposing sinners wherever you find them. You will receive a special bonus for each evil you expose.”—Matthew 7:1-2, Reversed Fractured Version “Do not judge, or you too will be judged. For in the same way you ju...
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Wrong Impressions

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But Is it Biblical?

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The Bible and Personal Revelation

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The Inspiration of the Bible

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