Have you ever wondered why the Bible doesn’t tell us who Cain’s wife is, or why the Gospels give different lists of who came first to the tomb? Why do these gaps (and others) exist in the biblical narrative and how should we approach them in our study of the Bible?

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Randy has written two articles concerning gaps:

Mind the Gap: Guidelines for Gaps in Biblical Narratives

Why Abiathar Chose Adonijah and not Solomon

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