In what way does the Bible reveal Gods answers to the questions of the 'human heart'
It's about God when he began revealing answers to questions of the ‘human heart’ in a special way through Abraham. All that was revealed by God over this period was written down under the direction of the Holy Spirit.
The books of the Old Testament can be grouped under three headings:
Their greatest experience of God occurred when God acted to rescue the people from slavery in Egypt.
The writing of the Bible began to develop rapidly during the period of the Monarchy.
the bible is a big deal because gods answers are about the human heart, that it was written over 4000 years ago and is still relevant today, that it was written over a long period of time, it influenced the Holy Spirit.
First period, The patriarchs of the people of Israel 1850-1700bc ie.400 years
interim period 1 , Descendants of the patriarch Jacob in Egypt, 1700-1300bc ie. 400 years
second period The exodus and entry into the promised land 1300-1050bc ie. 250 years
interim period 2, Final years of rule under the judges 1050-1020 bc Ie. 30 years
third period The monarchy 1020-587bc ie. 443 years
fourth period, The exile in Babylon 587-539bc ie. 48 years
Fifth period The post exile 539-333bc ie 206 years
Sixth period the Greek conquest, 333-63bc ie.270 years
Seventh period The Roman Empire 63bc-67ad ie.198 years
the Holy Spirit inspired to writing of the New Testament and how is this evident in the Book of Revelation, Paul and the act of the Apostles.
James, john, Peter, and Jude were the four authors that wrote the New Testament. Within the process of writing the Gospels, revealed who Jesus was. they did this by telling stories about him. In the Bible, the most famous person was Saint Paul.
the writings of Saint Paul was famous for his preaching the teachings of Jesus. Paul wrote letters explaining the teachings of Jesus and challenged early converts to live moral lives.
Jesus told them to share the experiences of God with others. He laid the foundation of what later became the church so that all who joined it could have these experiences.