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Submission Notice for Bible Study/By Topic/Antichrist and Satan

This is a Bible study category and sites must rely heavily on Bible passages or Bible verses.

Sites with many topics besides Antichrist and/or Satan, should be submitted at a higher level.

Category Description for Bible Study/By Topic/Antichrist and Satan

The word 'antichrist' appears only in the New Testament in the letters of I John and II John, although other passages may allude to antichrist.

The word 'satan' is more common and found in both the Old and New Testaments. Satan is sometimes referred to as the devil or the accuser.

Sites in this category will examine what the Bible teaches about Antichrist and/or Satan.

If your site is not specifically geared towards this topic, please submit to the proper category.

Submitting to the wrong category will delay and/or prevent your site from being listed in the directory.

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Specific topical studies pertaining to Easter and the Passover.

Submission Notice for Bible Study/By Topic/Faith

This is a Bible study category and sites must rely heavily on Bible passages or Bible verses.

Sites with many topics besides faith, should be submitted at a higher level.

Category Description for Bible Study/By Topic/Faith

Christian faith is belief, trust, or reliance placed in God.

Sites in this category will examine what the Bible teaches about faith.

Please submit sites related to health and the Bible.
This category is for sites related to the Bible and health.
Please submit sites that deal with what and who God is according to the Bible.
This category is for sites that deal with what and who God is according to the Bible.

Submission Notice for Bible Study/By Topic/Homosexuality

This is a Bible study category and sites must rely heavily on Bible passages or Bible verses.

Sites with many topics besides homosexuality, should be submitted at a higher level.

Category Description for Bible Study/By Topic/Homosexuality

Sites in this category will examine what the Bible teaches about homosexuality.

Submission Notice for Bible Study/By Topic/Rapture of the Church

This is a Bible study category and sites must rely heavily on Bible passages or Bible verses.

Sites with many topics besides the Rapture of the Church, should be submitted at a higher level.

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Category Description for Bible Study/By Topic/Rapture of the Church

The term "rapture" is taken from the Latin Vulgate text of I Thessalonians 4:15-17 and means "caught up." It refers to the time when Christ will call all believers to be united with him at his second coming.

Beliefs regarding the exact timing of this event take severals forms, usually with respect to a period of great tribulation.

The idea of the rapture is held by premillenialists (those who hold that Christ will return prior to a thousand year reign on earth), postmillenialists and amillenialists do not use this terminology or hold this view.

Sites relating to the physical death and resurrection of Jesus Christ and associated issues.
Sites relating to the physical death and resurrection of Jesus Christ and associated issues.

Submission Notice for Bible Study/By Topic/Sabbath

This is a Bible study category and sites must rely heavily on Bible passages or Bible verses.

Sites with many topics besides the Sabbath, should be submitted at a higher level.

Sites which are * not * Bible studies, but are about the question of whether the Sabbath law of the Old Testament applies to Christians, should be submitted to Christianity/Practices/Sabbatarianism.

Sabbatarian denominational sites should be submitted to Christianity/Denominations.

Sites dealing with the interaction of Sabbatarianism and secular law should be submitted to Society/Issues/Church-State Relations.

Category Description for Bible Study/By Topic/Sabbath

Sites in this category will examine what the Bible teaches about the Sabbath, its meaning, how it is to be observed, and when it is to be observed.

Please submit sites related to sexuality and the Bible.

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This category is for sites related to sexuality and the Bible.

Submission Notice for Bible Study/By Topic/Speaking in Tongues

This is a Bible study category and sites must rely heavily on Bible passages or Bible verses.

Sites with many topics besides Speaking in Tongues, should be submitted at a higher level.

Category Description for Bible Study/By Topic/Speaking in Tongues

Acts 2:4 states: "And they were all filled with the Holy Spirit and began to speak with other tongues, as the Spirit was giving them utterance." (NASB)

Sites in this category will examine what the Bible teaches about Speaking in Tongues.

This is a Bible study category and sites must rely heavily on Bible passages or Bible verses.

Sites with many topics besides Tithing, should be submitted at a higher level.

Tithe means "tenth" and tithing refers to giving to God, the king or the priests a tenth of one's harvest, livestock, money or spoils of war.

Sites in this category will examine what the Bible teaches about Tithes and Tithing.

Submission Notice for Bible Study/By Topic/Types and Symbols

This is a Bible study category and sites must rely heavily on Bible passages or Bible verses.

Sites with many topics besides types and symbols, should be submitted at a higher level.

Category Description for Bible Study/By Topic/Types and Symbols

Sites in this category will examine types and symbols found in the Bible and their meaning.

A symbol is something that abstractly stands for something else, usually with a direct relationship. For example, the Book of Revelation uses 666 as the number of the Beast (Revelation 13:18).

A type is a pattern or correspondence between two things or events, often a historical analogy. For example, the Book of Hebrews states that the tabernacle of Moses was a copy of the tabernacle in heaven (Hebrews 8:5).

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