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Books of the Bible

Understanding the main themes of the books of the Bible can help Christians explore scripture more completely. This will assist in navigating the importance and applications, and learn the relevance of every book of the Bible.

John Overview

Main Themes of the Gospel of John

Who wrote the Gospel of John and who did they write it for? The apostle John wrote the gospel of John. His father was Zebedee, and…

Luke Overview

Main Themes of the Gospel of Luke

The Gospel of Luke is a collection of reports compiled to create a chronological and historical record of the life, ministry, death, and resurrection of Jesus.…

Mark Overview

Main Themes of the Gospel of Mark

Who wrote the Gospel of Mark and who did they write it for? The Apostle Mark wrote the gospel of Mark for gentile Christians, in particular…

Ruth Overview

Main Themes of the Book of Ruth

Who wrote the book of Ruth and who did they write it for? The book of Ruth was likely written by Samuel and was written to…

Judges Overview

Main Themes of the Book of Judges

Who wrote the Book of Judges and who did they write it for? Although there is no claim of authorship, Samuel is said to have written…

Song of Songs Overview

Main Themes of Song of Solomon

Who wrote Song of Solomon and who did they write it to? King Solomon of Israel wrote the Song of Solomon to his wife-to-be. When did…

Ecclesiastes Overview

Main Themes of Ecclesiastes

Who wrote Ecclesiastes and who did they write it to? Solomon, King of Israel, son of King David, is traditionally credited as the author of Ecclesiastes.…

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