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Bible Interpretation: Questions and Answers

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Where did the term "rapture" come from, and what does it mean.  click here for answer


My counselor in History said "Hammurabi wrote the 10 Commandments."  Is this true?  I Thought Moses did?     -> click here for answer


What are your thoughts based on Biblical Interpretation about men as deacons/pastors versus women? -> click here for answer


What is more sure than the audible of God?  -> click here for answer


Why are so many people crazy about the NIV translation? It leaves out so many verses, paraphrases so much and can't match the eloquence of other translations. Our church finds it confusing to use in class or worship. The NKJV and NASB appear to be the best and most accurate.  -> click here for answer


What things are found in the ark of God?  Does it mention anywhere in the bible about Moses having a dad?  click here for answer


In Hosea 13:12-13 it states: "The iniquity of Ephraim is bound up; his sin is hid.  The sorrows of a travailing woman shall come upon him: he is an unwise son; for he should not stay long in the place of the breaking forth of children". (KJV)  My question is, where is the place of the breaking forth of children that he speaks of?  I would appreciate you shedding light on this for me.  -> click here for answer


Could you translate the four types of love into Latin for me?  At this time I have Phalos, Agape, and Eros (Love for brother, love for all, and attraction love). -> click here for answer


Why does Psalms 137:9 say what it says? -> click here for answer

bulletIf God was the only person or spirit on earth, in Genesis 1:26, when God said "Let us make man," who else was he referring to? -> click here for answer

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