Old Testament / New Testament

Through games and mazes, facts and stories, questions and answers, you can study and learn about the Old and New Testaments and the inspired and inspiring Bible characters in each.

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Adult and Teen Resources

Book Reviews — Everyday Living

  • The Bible Tells Me So - In "The Bible Tells Me So," Bible scholar Peter Enns is on a mission to remove Scripture from its lofty literary pedestal, loosen it from elevated expectations, and reacquaint readers with the word of God.
  • Sherlock Holmes and the Needle's Eye - Author Len Bailey unleashes Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John Watson to time-travel through the Old and New Testaments to solve 10 of the Bible's ultimate mysteries in "Sherlock Holmes and the Needle's Eye." Are your sleuthing skills any match for those of the Baker Street boys?

Bible Characters — Bible Study

  • Balak - Balak is the king of Moab at the time the Israelites are marching towards the Promised Land. He tries to get Balaam to curse the Israelites.
  • Overview of New Testament Healings - This is a chronological chart of healings found in the New Testament.

Questions and Answers — Bible Study

  • Aramaic Bible? - We know that, during Jesus' time, what we (Christians) call the OT was the only testament. Seeing that Jesus and his followers basically spoke and, I assume, read Aramaic, I would not think that they used the Septuagint (Greek) version of the Hebrew Scriptures. What was the Aramaic version that they would have been familiar with?
  • Are the Stories in the Bible True? - Can we take the stories in the Bible, such as Adam and Eve and the apple, Lot and his daughters, Abraham and Isaac, Job, and such stories as true or myths?
  • Scribal Duties - I've always wondered how one was chosen and taught to be a scribe in ancient times. Are the scribes in the Old Testament (like Baruch) similar to the ones that we hear about in the New Testament?
  • Simony - I've heard that the term "simony" has a New Testament origin. Could you tell me more about this?