Biblical research

Bible pronunciation guide – a complete guide to pronunciation of difficult biblical names, locations, and other ancient biblical references

The following are pronunciations of often difficult-to-pronounce common biblical words.  Use the phonetic guide below for examples of the various "sounds". If you have suggestions or requests for other biblical pronunciations, please email Phonetic guide a - at, cat, mat, snap ah - father, bother ahr - lard, yard ai…
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Complete but concise summary of each book of the Bible (Old Testament and New Testament)

In the summary below, I present the official name of the biblical chapter with its common name in parenthesis.  The author of each book (where known) is included along with a brief summary of the biblical book's intent, content, and key characters.  Detailed outlines of each bible book may be…
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Modern Day Lessons

How to read and interpret (understand) the Bible’s Old and New Testament texts

Many Bible readers feel they struggle interpreting the true meaning of the biblical texts. In truth, any translated text will be difficult to understand, and even more so when the text is a sacred religious tome, translated by interpreters who went to great lengths to ensure they did not alter its original meaning in…
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