The Coherent Creation Account of Genesis 1 and Genesis 2

Genesis 1 and 2 contain the creation account in the Bible. The problem is, they are quite different. As such, there is a great deal of commentary about how they are supposed to fit together, even though there is great difficulty in making this happen. The general idea about Genesis 1 and 2 among Christians…

The Resurrection of Lazarus Explained

This post is the fifth and final of a series that explains the seven signs in the gospel of John. Important in this series is the difference between a sign and a miracle. See this previous post to understand that difference. To summarize, a “sign” is something that has the elements of an analogy or…

New Product: The Complete Explanation of Matthew’s Genealogy of Jesus

Everyone who reads the Bible knows that Jesus has a genealogy in the gospel of Matthew. Everyone knows that this genealogy differs from Jesus’s genealogy in Luke. But does anyone know why? I do, and I can explain. Everyone who reads the Bible also knows that “Zerubbabel the son of Shealtiel” is in the genealogy…

Evidence of Noah Outside of the Bible

Noah is one of the most famous people in the Bible. He is famous for building the ark and surviving the flood. But what happened afterwards? Surprisingly, we have some rather good evidence for what happened to him, and it is not from the Bible. This post is here to explain where the actual evidence…

The War in Ukraine Explained

This is a long post, but the times are confusing, and therefore, we need a lot of words to make sense of things. In this post, I will do my best to explain how we got to the current moment. This Post has 10 sections: Introduction The History of the Ukrainian People and the Ukrainian…

Explaining “Lucifer” in the Bible

This post is going to explain what the name “Lucifer” means in the Bible. But there is a long answer and a short answer to this question. I’ll give the “Short Answer” first. The Short Answer to what “Lucifer” Means The word “Lucifer” is not a name. It is the Latin phrase for “light-bearing,” or…

The Complete Chronology of Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther Fully Explained

In the last post, we ended with a conundrum after correcting a problem in the ESV Study Bible. There is a very clear solution to the chronology of Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther. The solution is that Ezra and Nehemiah had interactions with King Xerxes (485 B.C. – 465 B.C.), and Esther had interactions with King…