*Arta Xerxes *Astin B *Ba Al, Be El, Bel, and El *Babylon (the Great) *Bible Measurements *Bless or Praise? *Bodily Divinity *Book of Enoch *Book of Judges *Bread on Water *Breath *Brothers and Sisters of Jesus C *Caesarea Philippi *Cain's Wife *Called and Chosen *Camel or Rope? *Dip or Sop of the Last Supper *Disgusting Destroyer *Dogs *Downpour *Dragon *Dragon's Messengers E *Earning a Living from Religion *Eating Jesus' Flesh and Drinking His Blood *Eating Meat *Eating with Unwashed Hands *Edem (or Adan) *Egyptian Law of Eminent Domain *Elder or Overseer *Empowering the Priests *Eroticism of the Bible *Esther *Eue, Euan, or Eve?
It was also here that Abraham had lived before he set out to the Promised Land. (New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press. Therefore, the information contained herein is intended to serve mainly as an outline of Biblical events and teachings which have a bearing on the explosive racial issues now making headlines in the news of the world.Genesis IV For the present purpose we begin this study with the fourth chapter of Genesis.Many people have asked us if there is anything about racial segregation in the Bible.When told that there is, this request invariably comes forth: "Then do tell us where to find such information." As a matter of fact, the Bible has so much to say on this subject that it cannot be covered fully in the space of a twopart magazine article.