Bible Essay Topics

Jonah and the whale by Viola Meynell

The parable of “Jonah and the whale,” from the Bible, is a didactic parable intended to teach readers that God loves everyone and anyone who repents their sins will be forgiven. In Viola Meynell’s poem, she mainly focuses on describing the qualities of the whale in the first seven stanzas in order to show how… View Article

The nature of discipleship

Explain what a study of St. Mark’s Gospel can tell Christians about the nature of discipleship There is a great variety of things that Mark’s Gospel can teach us about discipleship and its nature, the fundamental core of being a disciple. It tells us what, when, where and how to do things in a Christian… View Article

The Status of Women In the New Testament

When assessing the history of women’s role and position in society, it is notably the period of the New Testament which proved to be a major turning point in the status of women, and was the starting point for the near-equality experienced in today’s society. Graham Stanton observes that ‘The status of women was markedly… View Article

Understanding Of Patrick’s Confession

With reference to Patrick’s confession, outline your knowledge and understanding of the main themes of his book. Unlike his first composition, the Epistola, where the main themes are very obvious, it is much more difficult to be certain of the theme’s within Patrick’s confession. However, there does appear to be at least three continual themes… View Article

Honesty Definition

1. INTRODUCTION 1.1 RATIONALE There is a proverb that says “honesty is the best policy”, It means that, It is much better to tell the truth when you have done wrong things. Being honest is the best thing in life. On the part of a student, being honest is important because it helps them to… View Article

Old Testement Summaries

Isaiah The book of Isaiah is of the Prophetic genre. The basic theme of this book is found in Isaiah’s name: “Salvation Is of the Lord,” Isaiah was one of the greatest prophets of the Bible. Isaiah Prophesized that the messiah would be born in Bethlehem by a virgin. Isaiah was called the “evangelical prophet”… View Article

Visionary leadership

When discussing the values of Christian leadership, one book that we could not readily ignore is the book of Nehemiah. Many of the most popular Christian values could ready be found in this early book of the Old Testament, only to be reiterated in various events all throughout the Bible. And since before we delve… View Article

Leadership, values, and the bible

The Bible is a book that refers to collections of canonical text and religious writings that has its origins in Judeo-Christian traditions. The Bible is not a mere bulk of texts, but in fact a collection of books that process within it various historical traditions and accounts of the religion of Christianity. Now, it is… View Article

Synoptic Evangelism and the Gospel of John

Criteria Synoptic Gospels Gospel of John Genre The Synoptics used the Narrative form in writing the Gospel (Kelber, 1997). John’s Gospel is in the form of a Narrative (Brodie, 1997). Presentation of Characters The role of the Jewish Authorities have anti-semitic implications (Burkett, 2002). The role of the Jewish Authorities have anti-semitic implications (Burkett, 2002)…. View Article

The Inspiration And Reliability of The Bible

The Bible is not an ordinary book in circulation. In fact, because of its ordinary features, the Bible has been in question and had been greatly criticized for many years. It was not only the atheists and the liberals who were the greatest of its critics but the list also includes the religious non-Christian community…. View Article

The Importance of the Doctrine of Christ’s Deity to the Christian Church

Introduction Christ is the prophesied Messiah and the founder of the Christian Church. Christianity is today’s largest religion, comprising of a quarter of the world’s population. It traces its history from Jesus—the Christ—and His disciples. Without the doctrine of Christ there would be no Christian Church. Christianity began merely as a Jewish sect[1] as Jesus… View Article

Bible Stories of Stained Glass Windows

During the medieval period, illiterate peasants could not read. Churches, during that time, are decorated with artistic stained glass windows depicting stories on the Bible. It is through these windows that peasants are able to see the Bible stories. The stories about “The Finding of Moses” can be read in Chapter 2 of the book… View Article

Marriage: When a Man Meets His Woman

“For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife, and they will become one flesh.” (New International Version, Genesis 2.24) Marriage as we all know is the union of a man and a woman to become husband and wife. Marriage is where the smallest unit of the… View Article

The concept of the Good Samaritan

Abstract The concept of the Good Samaritan has been elaborated by biblical critics in different ways, and it has been applied practically in our times. For instance, there is a law that has been in effect in many countries, which adopts the principle. This paper presents an analysis of the Parable of the Good Samaritan… View Article

Prodigal Son (Luke 15:11-35)

The parable of the Prodigal Son (Luke 15:11-35) is a timeless symbolic story that has taught many individuals about devotion and obedience.  The term prodigal denotes a behavior associated with uncontrolled extravagance and recklessness.  It is interesting to note that the actual word “prodigal” is not indicated in the 15th chapter of Luke (The New… View Article