When you want to get a quick word out, a phrase can help.
We’ve got the answers to five Bible phrase questions for the most popular questions in the Bible, with the answers here, below.
How does the word of God compare with the word that comes from God?
This question comes from the Hebrew Bible, the Old Testament, and the New Testament.
To learn more about these books, please visit our The Bible Phrase Bible series.
Why do you call a word “word” if it’s not a verb?
This is a common mistake in English, where a word can have multiple senses.
For example, in the Greek word for “love” we use the word “favor,” but in the Latin word for love we use “filiare.”
To learn about this, please see our The Word That Comes From God article.
Does God have a word for all things?
This verse from Genesis speaks of the creation of the world, and we can think of God as making all things from nothing.
God also makes everything new.
This is what happens when we make something new.
God is the Creator.
What is the purpose of the universe?
This word is used to describe the beginning of the cosmos, when everything came into being.
This idea comes from Plato’s philosophy that everything is created by God.
What does it mean to say that God is love?
God is Love.
He loves us for His own sake.
To find out more about the meaning of the Bible’s love theme, please read our The Divine Love Bible article.
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