Author: Ron Graham
Eternal Is the Earth Eternal? —Examines the question of whether the earth is eternal or whether it will be destroyed.
Eternal death The Eternal States —Of the seven possible states for the human soul, two are eternal states which will apply after the judgment of the world at Christ’s second coming. These are the final states, and there are no journeys out of them.
Eternal death The Four Deaths Man Can Die —Some people may die all four of these deaths. Many will never experience any of them.
Eternal Eternal Life —List of Bible lessons on the topic “Eternal Life”, from simplybible.com’s study pages.
Eternal nature More About Jesus (1John) —Following on from the previous lesson, we look at John’s view of Jesus in a more general way.
Eternal security Perseverance of the Saints —Can a saved person cease to be saved and become lost again? The doctrine of the perseverance of the saints says “No”. Is that right or wrong?
Eternity This Age and the Age to Come —The New Testament sometimes compares or links “this age” with “the age to come”. It's important to discover what is meant by these terms.
Eternity Three Times —Three spans of time that each of us is involved in. The first span is small, the second large, the third infinite.
Ethiopia Acts Facts —What the book of Acts tells us happened in Ethiopia. Includes a map of the region.
Ethiopian eunuch Life Changing Words —The Queen’s treasurer from Ethiopia had been to worship in Jerusalem. As he sat in his chariot on his way home, travelling the lonely road, he was reading from the book of Isaiah. The passage he was reading, when Philip ran up to his chariot and greeted him, was Isaiah 53:7-8.
Ethiopian eunuch Grace and the Ethiopian —In this lesson we consider the Biblical account of the travelling Ethopian, to whom Philip preached about Jesus. He was saved by grace. We can learn a lot from the way he responded to God's grace.
Ethiopian eunuch Who is the Prophet Speaking About? —An Ethiopian, travelling by chariot on a lonely road, was reading Isaiah 53. He wondered who the prophet was speaking about. God answered his question.
Evangelism Successful Evangelism —Successful evangelism is not measured by numbers. Though few are converted, we may still be succeeding.
Evangelist Evangelists —A Bible study about the special ministry and role of the evangelist in the churches of Christ.
Evangelist Evangelist —Several technical or special words in the Bible are studied and explained in our glossary. This lesson provides a word family, definitions, Greek/Hebrew references, a scripture chain, comments, and links, related to “Evangelist”.
Evangelists Diversity of Gifts and Ministries —The New Testament church enjoyed a diversity of gifts and ministries for stewardship of God’s manifold grace.
Everlasting —See above under “eternal”.
Evil The Blind Eye of Love —Evaluating the idea that true love sees only the good in people. Is that one of the most dangerous ideas in the world?
Example as authority Is It Scriptural? —Many Christians wish to ensure that all they do and believe has the Lord’s authority. Here’s how.
Example in Scripture The Power of Bible Examples —If we would understand the commands and ways of Christ, we need the examples that Scripture provides. Examples clarify the word and motivate us to obey it.
Examples Great Examples (Old Testament) —The Old Testament is valuable to Christians because of the true stories of godly men and women who are encouraging examples of faith.
Note —EXCOMMUNICATE: means to cut off from fellowship, to cast out, disinherit. A synonym commonly used is “disfellowship”. An unscriptural perversion of the practice is known as “shunning”.
Exile of Israel The Assyrian Captivity —The beginning of the captivities as the larger kingdom (Israel) falls to Assyria and its people are taken away to foreign lands. Includes a table of the kings and prophets of Judah and Israel, plus a short piece on the supposed Ten Lost Tribes.
Exile in Babylon Captivity of Judah —It is the southern kingdom of Judah’s turn to be deported from their own land into exile in a foreign country. God’s instrument in this punishment is Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon.
Exodus 1-14 Adventures of Moses —Moses is the link between the time of bondage in Egypt and the time of wandering in the wilderness. He is the one whom God raises up to lead the people to freedom and toward the promised land (Exodus 1-14).
Expansion Acts Facts: Spread of Christianity —Introduction to the Acts Facts series: The Spread of Christianity and the six parts of the book of Acts.
Expectations False Expectations —God’s promises to answer our prayers and make all things work together for good. But don't misunderstand this, or you’ll be disappointed.
Experience Paul the Sinner’s Experience of Christ (1Tim 1:12-20) —Imagine that Paul was applying for the job of an apostle of Christ, and Jesus was interviewing him.
Explainer The R in Glory ~ Jesus the Revealer —The PROCLAMATION of Jesus as the REVEALER who manifested God and preached the gospel of eternal life.
Eye The Blind Eye of Love —Evaluating the idea that true love sees only the good in people. One of the most dangerous ideas in the world?
Ezra Adventures of Ezra & Nehemiah —Well into the Medo-Persian rule, Artaxerxes was king of Persia. Ezra and Nehemiah led the rebuilding, religious restoration, and resettling of the remnant in Jerusalem.