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Category Archives: Prophecy

Readers Turn to the Bible to Understand the 2017 Solar Eclipse

On Monday, August 21, the sun went dark for a few remarkable minutes—and people around the world looked to the Bible to find out what it might mean. Given the rarity and spectacular nature of total solar eclipses, it’s no surprise that people throughout history have wondered if eclipses held theological significance—and so it seems […]

Filed under Bible Study, Prophecy

Bible Prophecy and Current Events: An Interview with Charles Dyer and Mark Tobey

What does Bible prophecy foretell about the current news in the Middle East? Major conflicts seem to arise out of nowhere to threaten world stability. What’s the connection between the Bible and real-time events, and how does Scripture provide comfort in such a time? Bible Gateway interviewed Charles Dyer and Mark Tobey about their book, […]

Filed under Books, Interviews, Prophecy

Died: C. Peter Wagner, Theologian, Bible Teacher, and Church Growth Specialist

C. Peter Wagner (@cpeterwagner), 86, died Oct. 21, 2016. Author or editor of more than 70 books, he was a Christian theologian, Bible teacher, missiologist, missionary, and church growth specialist. [Browse books by C. Peter Wagner in the Bible Gateway Store] According to Wikipedia, Wagner was a missionary in Bolivia from 1956 to 1971 and […]

Filed under News, Obituary, Prophecy, Theology

8 Great Debates of Bible Prophecy: An Interview with Ron Rhodes

Escalating tensions in the Middle East have sparked renewed interest in last-days Bible prophecy. With fierce fighting reported in the news every day and unsuccessful attempts at brokering a lasting peace agreement, many are asking if this is the beginning of the end. Questions about biblical eschatology—theology regarding the end times—continue to build. Bible Gateway […]

Filed under Books, Interviews, Prophecy, The Bible

The Gospel According to Daniel: An Interview with Bryan Chapell

The book of Daniel in the Old Testament is best known to most Bible readers as the story of a man who ate vegetables, interpreted dreams, survived a lions’ den, and whose friends withstood a blast furnace. But how does the gospel of Jesus fit into it? Bible Gateway interviewed Dr. Bryan Chapell (@GracePresPeoria) about […]

Filed under Bible, Books, Interviews, Old Testament, Prophecy

Best of the Bible Gateway Blog, 2011

What were the most popular, interesting, or otherwise noteworthy posts on the Bible Gateway blog in 2011? We’ve looked back through the year and picked out five candidates.

Filed under 2011 in Review, Archaeology, Bible, Bible Study, Devotionals, General, New Testament, News, Newsletters, Old Testament, Prophecy, Reflections, Study, The Bible, Year in Review

The Best of Lee Strobel’s “Investigating Faith,” 2011

Have you ever had questions or doubts about God, the Bible, or Christianity? Here are the top five essays by Christian apologist Lee Strobel published in his “Investigating Faith” newsletter in 2011.

Filed under 2011 in Review, Apologetics, Archaeology, Bible, Bible Reference, Bible Study, Church, Church History, Commentaries, Culture, Evangelism, Frequently Asked Questions, General, How to Understand the Bible, Literacy, New Testament, Old Testament, Philosophy, Prophecy, Reflections, Study, The Bible, Theology, Worship

The Best of “Everything New,” 2011

Throughout 2011, Bible Gateway has been blessed by our partnership with pastor and author Mel Lawrenz. Over the last year, Mel has written many thought-provoking, challenging, and encouraging devotionals. Here’s one of our favorites, followed by links to four others well worth reading.

Filed under 2011 in Review, Apologetics, Art, Bible, Bible Reference, Bible Study, Bibles, Church, Devotionals, General, How to Understand the Bible, Literacy, Men, New Testament, Newsletters, Old Testament, Philosophy, Prophecy, Reflections, Study, The Bible, Theology, Women, Worship, Year in Review