Articles by Edwin R. Thiele
Vital to the cause of foreign missions is the fact that in wide sections of the Christian church new conceptions are coming in concerning the basic nature of Christianity itself and concerning the genius of non-Christian religions.
What is the real nature of non-Christian religions, and what should be the attitude of the Christian toward them?
In the article last month on the problems of A the I and their solution, five problems were stipulated, and we dealt with three, showing that they were no problem at all. We come now to problems 4 and 5, and their explanation.
A paper presented in Biblical language group, Bible and History Teachers' Convention, Washington, D.C., July-August, 1940.
Whence came the seven-headed monsters in ancient pagan records?
Did the Israelites help build the pyramids of Egypt, as the British-Israel advocates claim?
A look at the location of Pompeii and how it relates to the end of the world.
IN SUCH a study as this it will, of course, not be possible to deal with all the problems of Hebrew chronology, but we will confine ourselves to a single area concerning which there has been much discussion. The period under review will be the century beginning in 841 B.C. with the accession of Athaliah in Judah and Jehu in Israel, and terminating with the end of the reign of Azariah in Judah and Pekahiah in Israel.
Throughout the ages, endless and bitter attacks against the reliability of the Biblical record have come from men who were moved more by zeal than by knowledge. These charges of inaccuracies in the Word of God have been due largely to an imperfect knowledge of the facts of ancient Biblical history, manners and customs rather than to actual errors in the Biblical record.
This study was given to the workers of the Lake Union Conference at its tenth quadrennial session held at Detroit, Michigan, March 9-12, 1959
Certain problems connected with the first few verses of the first chapter of Daniel have long been a source of perplexity to Bible students.