Interesting Facts about the Bible
There’s a lot of really interesting stuff to learn about the Bible beyond its core message. I’m keeping a running list of really interesting facts that I’ve learned about the Bible—feel free to comment with some that you think should make the list Want more than just...
Logos Bible Software 10 review: Do you REALLY need it?
Heads-up—this is a very in-depth (LOONG) review of Logos Bible Software, my favorite Bible-study tool. This is current with the new Logos 10 version released in October 2022. This is the fifth time I've reviewed Logos. I've been using this software suite for more than...
Who Was Herod? Wait… There Were How Many Herods?!
If you’re not aware of the Herodian dynasty, you’re probably not going to catch some of the gospels’ political intrigue.
16 Facts About King David
King David was a shepherd boy who became Israel’s third and most important king. He slayed the giant, Goliath, became a mighty conqueror, and established God’s headquarters in Jerusalem. Here are 16 facts about King David.
Moses: The Old Testament’s Greatest Prophet
According to the Bible, Moses was the prophet who led Israel out of slavery in Egypt and brought them to the edge of the promised land. Moses is often considered Israel’s founder for his role in establishing Israel as a nation. Here’s what you should know about him.
Who Was King Solomon? The Beginner’s Guide
King Solomon was the son of David and the third king of Israel. Like his father, Solomon reigned for 40 years, probably from around 970–931 BC. He’s often referred to as the wisest (and wealthiest) man who ever lived, and he’s the traditional author of multiple books...
Zondervan MasterLectures: Like Netflix for Seminary [Discount]
Not everyone has the time, money, nor desire to go to seminary—but most people who end up on this website wish they knew the Bible a little better. And for you, I have some good news: Zondervan has released a host of binge-worthy video courses from Christian scholars....
Who Was Jeroboam? The Beginner’s Guide
Jeroboam I was the first king of the northern kingdom of Israel, which included ten(ish) of Israel’s twelve tribes. The Bible records his rise to power in 1 Kings 11:26–14:20. He reigned for 22 years, from 930–909 BC.
Who Was Cyrus the Great? The Beginner’s Guide
Cyrus the Great, also known as Cyrus II of Persia, was one of the greatest conquerors of the ancient world. He’s also known for being a benevolent ruler, and in the Bible, he freed the Jews from their captivity in Babylon.
Paul’s Missionary Journeys: The Beginner’s Guide
Paul’s missionary journeys helped spread the gospel throughout much of the ancient world. Over the course of his ministry, the Apostle Paul traveled more than 10,000 miles and established at least 14 churches. The Book of Acts records three separate missionary...