"Bible" Blogs & Blog Posts

Pure FaithPure Faith

A blog where I share my greatest passion in life- my walk with my Saviour. ...

 
SansblogueSansblogue

Articles on biblical studies,the Bible, digital culture (especially academi...

 
5 Minute Bible5 Minute Bible

Short reflections on Bible passages by Tim Bulkeley. Tim teaches in Seminar...

 
Digital Evangelism IssuesDigital Evangelism Issues

The DEI blog focuses on news and ideas for any type of Christian digital ou...

 
Satan Wrote the BibleSatan Wrote the Bible

Leave your leap of faith behind and use your God-given mind.

 
Christian Apologetics ExaminerChristian Apologetics Examiner

The latest Christian apologetics related news

 


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Saul had no intention of stopping the persecution of Jesus’ followers. He wanted to go to Damascus to have the believers there imprisoned and brought to Jerusalem. The post The conversion of Paul appeared first on Jesus.net.

There was a man with a lot of money, but hated. Jesus wanted to meet with this man. What was following is a lifechanging meeting. Read the story in Luke 19! The post Zacchaeus appeared first on Jesus.net.

A huge crowd followed Jesus to listen to his words. 5000 man, the women en children were not part of that number, so it’s a huge group of people. How are you going to feed them, without shops nearby? There’s not food for all these people...

How can you become part of the Kingdom of God? Jesus shows us when he invites mothers to bring their children to him. Jesus blesses the children and he says that we should be open to the Kingdom of God in the same way as children. For God’s Kingdom...

A campaign on the Christian crowdfunding site GiveSendGo has raised $380,779 from 8987 people as of 9am EST on Thursday, in order to support the legal defense of Kyle Rittenhouse, the Antioch, Illinois teenager who killed 2 people and severely injure...

There will be no end to the debate on whether or not the gospels in the Bible are reliable. These books were penned centuries ago and there simply isn't any hard evidence for historians to use. Here a summary of the existing opinions. The post Are th...

How symbolic it is, that a wedding was the place to be for Jesus. He was present at a feast, where the love of two people is being bound. The post Wedding in Cana appeared first on Jesus.net.