God gave incredible promises to Abraham and his descendants. But did choosing these people mean God didn’t love others or that He was a racist?
Have some of the tribes of Israel really been lost? When did this perception originate? What does the Bible say about the lost tribes of Israel?
How could 10 of the tribes of Israel be lost? What happened? Why do some people refer to these tribes as the 10 lost tribes?
Who were the 12 tribes of Israel in the Bible, and why are they so important in biblical history and prophecy? What do you need to know about the 12 tribes?
God made many promises to Abraham and his descendants, but where are the 12 tribes of Israel today? Judah and Levi are easily identified, but this article tracks the so-called lost 10 tribes (Reuben, Simeon, Zebulun, Issachar, Dan, Gad, Asher, Naphtali, Joseph and Benjamin) to northwestern Europe and beyond.
The Bible speaks more about the tribe of Judah than any other single tribe of Israel. Why is this tribe given so much attention? What is Judah’s future?
The apostle Paul wrote to the Romans, “All Israel will be saved.” But when so many don’t believe in Jesus Christ, how could Paul say that?
The Bible has a lot about the people of Israel being God’s chosen people. But He loves and has a plan for all people, so why did God choose Israel?
The division of Israel and Judah plays a big role in Bible history and prophecy, though this is confusing to many today. What is the difference between Israel and Judah? When will they be reunited?
In Genesis 12:2-3 God made a promise to Abraham that continued far beyond this patriarch’s lifetime. What was this promise? Do the promises to Abraham still apply today?
Replacement Theology claims that all the promises given to Abraham have been transferred to the Church in the New Testament. Is this true?
God loves all people, and He wants His children to love all their brothers and sisters. But the Bible does talk a lot about ethnic backgrounds. Why?
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