Jesus

How Did Jesus Look Upon Samaritans?

How Did Jesus Look Upon Samaritans?

In the New Testament, there appear Samaritans, a group of people, who were residents of the district of Samaria. They were regarded with scorn by the Jews. Jesus expressed his love for all Gentiles b...
How Does Jesus Treat Children

How Does Jesus Treat Children?

Children lived in a dangerous status in the first century Hellenistic society. Some children were petted while others exploited, depending on the situation of the family and society.  According to Ro...
What Is The Importance Of Christmas

What Is The Importance Of Christmas?

Christmas is a festival celebrated on December 25 in most parts of the world to mark the birthday of Jesus Christ, the Son of God. It is a special day, which is the focus of the liturgical year of Chr...
Kingdom Of God

Kingdom Of God According To New Testament

The Old Testament ends on a note of hope: the return of the prophet Elijah, who would restore the status of Israel as the holy nation of God. But for 400 years after that, there is no sign from God. ...
What does Jesus Christ Teach About Forgiveness?

What does Jesus Christ Teach About Forgiveness?

Forgiveness is a central theme in the Bible. God readily forgives our transgressions. But more important, he expects us to forgive who have sinned against us. By nature, God of the Bible is a forgi...
Faith According To New Testament

Faith According To New Testament

Faith is the central focus of the Ministry of Jesus. By faith, Jesus meant an attitude of self-abandonment and trust, in which the person no longer relies on his strength but relies on the guidance an...
Concept of Hope in The New Testament

Concept of Hope in The New Testament

Hope is generally understood as wishful thinking. But hope in the Bible means something different- it implies ‘confident expectation.’ Hope is a solid assurance about things that are unknown an...
God is Love

God is Love

God is the embodiment of love, and all his deeds reflect the quality of love. Paul makes a comparison of faith, hope and love and comes to the conclusion that the greatest among these God is love (1 C...
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Gospels

Most of the details of life and Ministry of Jesus Christ are contained in the four Gospels: Luke, Mathew, Mark, and John. Gospel is English equivalent of Greek word, ‘evangelion’ that has the mean...
Famous Women of the New Testament in the Bible

Women of the New Testament

The role of women became important with the life and Ministry of Jesus. He did not follow the order of the day or the cultural viewpoint of his times, giving a subordinate position to women. In his ey...
Parables of jesus

Parables about the Kingdom of God

The main theme of the Public Ministry of Jesus is the Kingdom of God. But he did not mean an organization or law and order or prosperity and peace. Most references to the Kingdom of God by Jesus is...
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12 disciples of Jesus

Who Are The 12 Disciples Of Jesus? The duration of the Public Ministry of Jesus is a mystery: some say one year, others three. For his journey, he selected his 12 disciples very carefully. He require...
Eschatology In The New Testament

What Is Eschatology In The New Testament?

Eschatology is the part devoted in The Bible to the study of the end of time, the return of Jesus and other such accounts. The subjects of eschatology include the Rapture, the Resurrection, the Millen...
jesus baptism

Jesus Baptism

The Public Ministry of Jesus begins with his Baptism. This historic event is prominent in the Synoptic Gospels (Luke, Mathew and Mark). But the Gospel of John does not have a direct account of Jesus...
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Temptation of Jesus

In the Bible, particularly the Synoptic Gospels, there is a clear account of the temptation of Jesus Christ. After his Baptism by John the Baptist, Jesus goes into the wilderness to fast for 40 days a...