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Topical Index Bible Commentary (book-by-book index for links to the Bible Commentary); Bible commentaries online (link) ...
Bible Texts Online Commentary
BibleTexts Bible Commentary, comparative Bible versions, cross-references. Explore early Christianity, the original Bible texts, KJV. Topical index.
Hebrew word: adam
English Adam (proper name) in the KJV is translated from Hebrew. adam <0120> (always). Genesis 2:23, 24; 3:6, 16; 4:1, 23; and elsewhere ...
A Textual Commentary on the Greek New Testament, Second Edition, by Bruce M. Metzger, New York: United Bible Societies [UBS], 1994. ...
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The textual commentary included in The Bible Commentary is ... and Daniel correspond with names and/or content of books of the Apocrypha. ...
#11 - The "spirituality" of various Bible versions. by Robert Nguyen Cramer. This BibleTexts website administrator has very much enjoyed questions and ...
Parables of Jesus
To explore additional explanation of this parable in the context of all of Jesus' parables, see ...
Parables of Jesus
Jesus parables in the canonical gospels and the Gospel of Thomas with commentary ... in parables, but he explained everything in private to his disciples. ...
You are strongly recommended to add to your library the excellent revised edition of Harper's Bible Dictionary titled, The Harper Collins Bible Dictionary, ...
Ramon K. Jusino, since early in 1998, has been arguing publicly that Mary Magdelene was both the Beloved Disciple and the voice behind the Fourth Gospel. ...
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