Articles on biblical events simply address an event within the biblical story and try to provide some new insight or helpful information regarding the event. Understanding an event's context can be critical when interpreting a test. These kinds of articles are indicated by the image you can see to the left.
Soon after he was converted to Christianity, Saul “began proclaiming in the synagogues: ‘He is the Son of God.’ But all who heard him were astounded and said, ‘Isn’t this the man who, in Jerusalem, was destroying those who called on this name and then came here for the purpose of taking them as prisoners…Read More ⇨
Pentecost is one of three major festivals in the Jewish calendar each year. Deuteronomy 16 describes each one: first was Passover (see vv. 1-8), second was the Festival of Weeks, later called Pentecost (see vv. 9-12), and the third was the Festival of Tabernacles or the Festival of Booths (see vv. 13-15). These festivals are…Read More ⇨
When Moses obeyed God’s call to confront Pharaoh and demand that he let God’s people (the Israelites) go, Pharaoh resisted—repeatedly. God then brought ten severe plagues on Egypt to “motivate” Pharaoh to obey. Through these plagues, God crushed the power of Egypt and demonstrated He was the true God. This is how God freed His…Read More ⇨
The Passover Festival or celebration is central to a biblical understanding of who Jesus was and what He did. The Passover originated when God passed over the land of Egypt and took the life of “every firstborn male in the land” (Ex. 11:5). In order to escape this final judgment on Egypt, each Hebrew household…Read More ⇨