by Alfred Edersheim Volume I The World Before the Flood, and The History of the Patriarchs The Scriptures instruct us how to meditate or abide in the Word. Abiding in the Word is a form of Scripture engagement that entails reading or hearing the Scriptures with an awareness that it is in the ScripturesContinue reading "The Bible History, Old Testament Volume
Moses Ben Maimon originally named Rabbi Moshe ben Maimon (Rambam) usually known as Maimonides was born on March 28, 1138, in Córdoba, Almoravid
Eusebius of Caesarea, also known as Yusebius Pamphili or Eusebius Pamphili, was born between 260/265 AD and died in 339/340 AD. He was an academic of
True or False
1 / 15
The bear has caused more human deaths than any other mammal in history.
2 / 15
Jackson Pollock revolutionized art with his Photo-realist paintings.
3 / 15
Franklin Roosevelt is one of the presidents depicted on Mount Rushmore.
4 / 15
E Pluribus Unum, on the seal of the United States, means “one, out of many.”
5 / 15
The first big Hollywood “summer blockbuster” was Jaws.
6 / 15
Saddam Hussein’s invasion of Kuwait in 1990 led to the Iran-Iraq war.
7 / 15
Lightning never strikes the same place twice.
8 / 15
Skin is the human’s largest organ.
9 / 15
Carl Lewis holds the record for most individual gold medals at the Olympics.
10 / 15
The flying squirrel is the only flying mammal.
11 / 15
The tiniest bones in the human body are found in the hand.
12 / 15
Warts can be caused by touching certain animals, especially toads.
13 / 15
The “China Syndrome” is what hostages experience when they begin to feel empathy for their captors.
14 / 15
The Oscar-winning film A Beautiful Mind (2001) deals with schizophrenia.
15 / 15
Drinking warm milk induces sleep.
Your score is
The average score is 37%
Did you like this quiz? Help us improve by giving us feedback. ☺
You see a boat filled with people. It has not sunk, but when you look again you don’t see a single person on the boat. Why?
This belongs to you, but everyone else uses it.
I have cities, but no houses. I have mountains, but no trees. I have water, but no fish. What am I?
A is the brother of B. B is the brother of C. C is the father of D. So how is D related to A?
What is seen in the middle of March and April that can’t be seen at the beginning or end of either month?
I have keys, but no locks and space, and no rooms. You can enter, but you can’t go outside. What am I?
What gets wet while drying?
I speak without a mouth and hear without ears. I have no body, but I come alive with wind. What am I?
You measure my life in hours and I serve you by expiring. I’m quick when I’m thin and slow when I’m fat. The wind is my enemy.
What English word has three consecutive double letters?
The average score is 27%
Name that thing
What is this called?
The average score is 28%
Click to view Ancient Hebrew Calendar
The “Ancient Hebrew Calendar” is a lunisolar calendar that depends on both the moon and the sun to calculate its durations. The calendar uses both the Hebrew names and the transliterated English names for the holy/set-apart days, the new moons (lunar months) and the days of the week. Don’t just learn the dates of the Scripturally Ordained Festivals, learn their significance as well.
Wisdom Magazine is a quarterly magazine wherein we discuss various far-reaching fascinating religious topics.
We based the Scriptural Creation Timeline on the works of the “Father of Chronology” Sextus Julius Africanus, with additional support from the genealogies in Septuagint. Creation is placed on March 25, 5500 BC, the Great Flood in 3238 BC, the Incarnation of the Messiah on March 25, 1 AD, his Birth on December 29, 1 AD and his Crucifixion and Resurrection in April, 32 AD.
This Bible Study program allows users to examine parallel Bible verse translations from 7 Bibles Side-by-Side. It shows how various translations interpreted the same scriptural texts. The software comprises a word-for-word translation from different well-known Bibles, and includes the ability to take, save and print notes. This software also includes both a built in Bible dictionary and a detailed Bible commentary.
The King James Hebrew – Greek Interlinear Bible is a software program that consist of the Hebrew and Greek words with their direct English translation as used in the King James Version (1769) Bible. This program displays the various English words that could be translated from the same Hebrew or Greek Word. The program includes the ability to take, save and print notes and also includes both a built in Bible dictionary and a detailed Bible commentary.
You must be logged in to post a comment.