Tag Archives: 2 Kings
By Richard Goode YOU ARE WARMLY INVITED TO ATTEND A PRESENTATION
St John’s Bible, Heritage Edition
with Jim Triggs (St John’s University, Minnesota)
Tuesday 17th May 2016
2 Kings 2:9 – 2:25: Artists: Donald Jackson, in collaboration with Aidan HartThe Saint John’s Bible, the first handwritten illuminated Bible of its scale in over …read more
By Bob MacDonald Bones make up the body as does the more edible stuff. So we have to have these chapters that document the sequence of the dismal record whatever we think of the history from our point of view.
I haven’t pent much time considering how I will translate names. Sometimes I use …read more
By Bob MacDonald Can tribes and nations ‘sin’ (a carelessly used gloss) or transgress (my concordant gloss for verse 1) against each other? Shouldn’t be hard for a modern person to answer this in the affirmative. Can my nation sin or transgress against another? Some will have a harder time answering this in …read more
By ferrelljenkins Bible students enjoy visiting the Jordan River for several reasons.
The ancient Israelites crossed the Jordan to enter the land that had been promised to the seed of Abraham (Joshua 3).
Elijah and Elisha crossed the river (2 Kings 2).
John baptized in the Jordan (Matthew 3:6ff.; Mark 1:5-9; John 1:28; 10:40).
Jesus was …read more
By MrPopularSentiment I mentioned in the last chapter that the Chaldeans were the tribal group that had taken control of Babylon, and the Neo-Babylonian Empire – the empire that Judah is currently dancing with – was ruled by a Chaldean dynasty.
While at the time, I was making the argument that the mention …read more