On the Rise of Demons (Outline)

Genesis 6:1–4 Commingling of divine and earthly figures: Gen 3:22—mixing of divine and earthly which was a violation of the created order and purpose. The result was to limit human life thus, again, affirming human mortality. Greek Old Testament: Also called Septuagint, or LXX. The Old Testament used in the New Testament and, therefore, of … Continue reading On the Rise of Demons (Outline)

Uninspired Sources Used in the Bible

    When Paul journeyed to Athens, he employed two pagan citations in Acts 17:28 that were respectively from Epimenides and Aratus. He quoted from Epimenides not only in Athens but also in his letter to Titus (1:12). The line used in Acts 17, however, would go on to support his argument against idols since … Continue reading Uninspired Sources Used in the Bible

Unknown Books Used in the Bible

Have you ever noticed that the Bible references books that we know nearly nothing about? Here are a few: Book of the Wars of the Lord (Numbers 21:14) The Book of Jasher (Joshua 10:13; 2 Samuel 1:18) Book of the Acts of Solomon (1 Kings 11:41) Book of Nathan and Gad (1 Chronicles 29:29; 2 … Continue reading Unknown Books Used in the Bible