• Babel

    A primeval, symbolic story about human pretension to build a tower to the heavens (Gen 11:1-9) which explains why there are many languages and nations. It was called Babel ("confusion") because God confused the language of all the earth and scattered the peoples.
  • Bible

    The collection of the books that the Church believes is the written expression of God's Revelation and the supreme rule of faith.
  • Biblical criticism

    The application of modern literary and scientific methods to discover what a Scriptural passage or book meant to its original audience.
  • Biblical Inspiration

    The doctrine of the divine authorship of the Bible through God's action through human authors.