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The word “love” is one of the sloppiest words in our language, as it primarily refers to a feeling that happens to a person. In the New Testament, “love” refers to a way of treating people that was defined by Jesus himself: seeking the well-being of others regardless of their response.
“Gospel” is one of the most common words in a Christian’s vocabulary. The word “gospel” is a royal announcement about Jesus, who is the crucified and risen King of the world who overcame death with his love.
The word “sin” is one of the most common bad words in the Bible, but what does it really mean? The concept of “moral failure” underlies this important biblical word. Get ready to discover a profound and realistic portrait of the human condition.
We explore the Hebrew word "nephesh" that often gets translated as "soul." The English word usually refers to a non-material essence of a human that survives after death, but nephesh means something different. It is referring to humans as living, breathing, physical beings, or just to life itself.
Different cultures have different conceptions of the human heart, what it is and what it does, and the biblical authors are no exception. Explore the ancient Hebrew words for "heart" as well as the different ideas of what our hearts represent. There is no biblical word that captures better the es...
Peace is also a very important word in the Bible that refers not only to the absence of conflict but also to the presence of something else. Explore the core meaning of biblical peace and how it all leads to Jesus.
Transgression" is one of those Bible words that seems clear until you have to explain it to somebody. Explore the fascinating and sophisticated meaning of this biblical "bad word." Get ready for a sobering reflection on human nature.
YHWH, Adonai, LORD, Jehovah....God seems to have a lot of names, what exactly am I supposed to call Him? There's a fascinating journey behind all the different names Jews and Christians have referred to their creator throughout the centuries!
In the Bible, the word “witness” is used to describe both a person and an action—someone who sees something and then talks about what they’ve seen. Similar to today, this word is used in both legal settings and to describe an experience with God. But what’s most interesting about the word witness...