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Colors in Greek

The ancient Greeks had a unique understanding of color, which differed significantly from modern perceptions. Rather than categorizing specific hues, they focused on describing colors based on qualities such as light, brightness, darkness, and saturation. This approach prioritized the qualitative...


Jesus Comes to Jerusalem at the Feast of Tabernacles (John 7:1-13)

In John 7:1-13, set after Jesus Christ's various miracles and teachings in Galilee, we find Him at a critical juncture in His ministry, facing mounting opposition, especially from Jewish leaders in Judea. As the Jewish Festival of Tabernacles nears, Jesus initially opts to stay in Galilee due to...


Jesus Teaches at the Feast of Tabernacles (John 7:14-36)

In John 7:14-36 Jesus teaches in the Temple during the Feast of Tabernacles, delivering a profound message with theological implications. Midway through the feast, he astonishes the crowd with his authoritative teachings, despite his lack of formal education, underscoring that his insights come not...




Traditionally, Easter commemorates the resurrection of Jesus Christ. In the New Testament, several texts make up the theology and significance of Easter. In the Gospels, Easter closely aligns with the passion narrative (Matthew 26-27, Mark 14-15, and Luke 22-23). The text that opens Easter...

Social memory

In biblical studies, the term "social memory" refers to the collective process by which communities remember, interpret, and transmit their experiences, beliefs, and narratives related to their religious, cultural, and historical identity. This concept is particularly relevant in examining how...


The biblical temple holds a central place in the theology and spirituality of the Judeo-Christian tradition. It symbolizes the dwelling place of God on earth (Exodus 25:8), representing the intimate relationship between God and His people. The temple serves as a bridge between the divine and human...