There is no verse in the Bible that says "love conquers all." However, there are verses and chapters in the Bible that come close in terms of meaning, including Romans 8:37, 1 Corinthians 13, 1 Peter 4:8 and Matthew 22:36-40.
The phrase "love conquers all" is derived from the following phrase in the Latin poet Virgil's Eclogues X.69: "Omnia vincit amor et nos cedamus amori." It means "love conquers all, let us all yield to love." The beginning of the phrase was subsequently translated as "love conquers all" by Geoffrey Chaucer, an English poet of the Middle Ages, and thereafter passed into popular usage.Learn More
It is clear that the notion of ghosts existed in Biblical times (particularly as objects of hysterical terror) because, inÂ the passage Matthew 14:26, Jesus walks on water and is mistaken for a ghost byÂ his disciples. Their response is to become terrified and cry out in fear.Full Answer >
Bible students can test the depth of their friends' and family's Bible knowledge by posing the following brain teasers: How old was Joseph when his brothers sold him into slavery? In what situation did Old Testament rules require brides to shave their heads? Where did the Israelites encounter an enemy with 12 fingers and 12 toes? Was one of Jesus' ancestors a prostitute (and if so, who was she)?Full Answer >
Eight known authors and one unknown author contributed to the New Testament. The known authors were Matthew, Luke, Peter, Jude, Mark, John, James and Paul. Religious scholars do not know who wrote the book of Hebrews.Full Answer >
It is generally accepted that Moses wrote the bulk of Deuteronomy. There are some small exceptions in this authorship, specifically the last chapter of the book that deals with Moses' death, which Moses could not have written.Full Answer >