How well do you know the places of the Holy Land, and how they connect to the Bible? Test your knowledge of the Bible and Holy Land geography in our new quiz! Many of the photos used in this quiz are taken from Lysa TerKeurst’s online Bible study Uninvited. Uninvited is an in-depth Bible study […]
The season of Passover is April 22-30, 2016.Browse resources for Passover in the Bible Gateway Store. In just a few days, we launch our newest devotional: Holy Land Moments, a devotional experience that explores the Jewish roots of Scripture and faith! There’s still time to sign up—click here to do so. Holy Land Moments runs […]
Blogger Grid member Craig T. Owens (@craigtowens) has created the helpful chart below delineating the Old Testament prophets and kings of Israel and Judah: [See the updated version of this chart] Owens says: One challenging point in history is the divided kingdoms of Israel (the 10 northern tribes) and Judah (the 2 southern tribes). What […]
Did you know the Bible is divided up in many different subsections, each distinguished by a particular theme, literary style, or author? Over the next few months, we’ll walk through each of these categories, one at a time. Today we’ll begin with the Books of Moses, the first books in the Bible.
This Saturday is Yom Kippur, when Jews around the world commemorate the Old Testament Day of Atonement. While most Christians today don’t observe the Day of Atonement, it remains significant because, like many events in the Old Testament, it foreshadowed the redeeming work of Jesus Christ…