Why in the World Would God Want to Use Me?
Apart from Jesus Christ, Abraham is probably the most important person in the Bible. Abraham is a giant in Scripture—his stature is far greater ... of the river [the River Euphrates] of old, even Terah, the father of Abraham, and the father of Nahor ...
The Ever-Virginity of the Theotokos & the Holy Scriptures
Father Stanley Harakas also writes that "ἕως" is frequently used in the Bible to describe ... of Terah: Terah begot Abram, Nahor, and Haran, and Haran begot Lot" (Genesis 11:27, NKJV). Lot then was Abraham's nephew and the Scriptures themselves prove ...
A question about Scriptural Inerrancy
Lots of “errors” in the Bible are, I reckon, in this category. But you’d want a real scripture scholar for that. I suggest Michael Barber. You can google him. He’s at the Sacred Page blog.
The Bible Isn't The History You Think It Is
One way to understand the difference between history and fiction in the Bible is through the Old Testament's natural division into three parts: The world and its nature (Adam to Terah). The Israelites and their purpose (Abraham to Moses). The Kingdom of ...
Can you disprove the Bible with a fancy graphic?
Perhaps the author is confusing Terah for Abraham? Either way, this is showing a strong intellectual dishonesty or perhaps a plain unwillingness to read the Bible itself instead of citing verses assuming no one will actually read them. As far as the other ...