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Bible Gateway features the 50 most important teachings of the Bible,
views on the historical Adam, and Jimmy Carter’s hope in the Bible

Jonathan Petersen, Marketing Manager, Bible Gateway

Bible Gateway Interview: The 50 Most Important Teachings of the Bible: What They Mean for You (Harvest House Publishers, 2015)
Having a grasp of what the Bible teaches is crucial to living life to its fullest. What are the key teachings every Christian should know and how should they influence a believer’s daily behavior? Bible Gateway interviewed Jim George about his book, The 50 Most Important Teachings of the Bible: What They Mean for You (Harvest House Publishers, 2015). Read this interview. ( important-teachings-of-the- bible-an-interview-with-jim- george/)

Bible Gateway Series: Four Views on the Historical Adam (Zondervan, 2013)
Some Bible scholars insist that a historical Adam is necessary since the apostle Paul contrasts Adam and Jesus and seems to view Adam as equally historical. Other scholars doubt both the existence of a man named Adam and his necessity to Christian faith. Bible Gateway has posted videos of the contributors to the book Four Views on the Historical Adam (Zondervan, 2013) discussing their perspectives on the subject.  See the videos. ( blog/2014/01/historical-adam- new-videos/)

Bible Gateway Highlights Jimmy Carter’s Wellspring of Hope: the Bible
The 39th president of the United States, Jimmy Carter, 90, recently announced that he has cancer and that it’s spread to his brain. Before, during, and after his 1977-’81 presidency, he has spoken of, written about, and demonstrated his fervent personal Christian faith, which is rooted in his ongoing devotion to reading and teaching the Bible. Speaking about his condition, he said: “I’m perfectly at ease with whatever comes. I do have a deep religious faith, which I’m very grateful for.” Read more. ( wellspring-of-hope-the-bible/)

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