Interpretation of the Bible. Hermeneutics is the science of interpreting what an author has written. In Christian theology, hermeneutics focuses specifically on constructing and discovering the appropriate rules for interpreting the Bible.
Aug 31, 2017 · That dream about flying actually has a much deeper meaning than you think. Learn the meanings behind common dream symbols.
Biblical numbers are used in prophecy of time and cycles. The interpretation of numbers in the Bible is quite different from how numbers are interpreted under popular numerological methods. There are about 13 significant numbers in the Holy Bible that have some special symbolism.
A nocturnal emission, informally known as a wet dream, sex dream, nightfall or sleep orgasm, is a spontaneous orgasm during sleep that includes ejaculation for a male, or vaginal wetness or an orgasm (or both) for a female.
Spiritual Meaning of Snakes in Dreams You will see in this section a slew of different symbolic meanings for snakes. with Biblical references. Temptation and Sin – Genesis 3, Number 21* (see below)
Dream Interpretation - This forum is for the discussion and interpretation of dreams. Please remember the person who can best interpret your dreams is
Oct 24, 2016 · If they were wondering how the Bible applied to their own drinking of alcohol, smoking tobacco, playing the lottery, getting an abortion, joining a secret society, or practicing homosexuality [anachronisms intentional] they knew whom to ask—they asked their small group.
My pastor shared on Facebook yesterday an article on Christians and alcohol that made me uncomfortable. Not because the Holy Spirit was convicting me, but because, in my opinion, lacked grace and it killed actual dialogue on the issue. This will be an issue that will forever be debated among Christians. This prompted me to revive an article I wrote in 2009 on the subject.
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