Monthly Archives: August 2018

New Testament Research 1

A leaf from John Eliot’s Algonquin (Native American “Indian” language) Bible. These leaves are three-and-a-half centuries old. Many people are shocked to discover that the first Bible printed in America was not English… or any other European language. In fact, … Continue reading

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New Testament Research

Monday, July 30, 2018   The New Testament was completed in 1557, and the complete Bible was first published in 1560. It became known as the Geneva Bible. Due to a passage in Genesis describing the clothing that God fashioned for Adam and … Continue reading

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Bible things in Bible ways

What is the Lord’s Day? Sunday, Sabbath or something else? 2 Replies Many believe that the Lord’s Day is the day which is known by us as “Sunday”. But is this view accurate? Does it align with God’s Word? Can we … Continue reading

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