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Number in Scripture: Its Supernatural Design and Spiritual Significance
     

Number in Scripture: Its Supernatural Design and Spiritual Significance

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by Ethelbert W. Bullinger
 

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Number in Scripture:
Its Supernatural Design and Spiritual Significanceby
E. W. Bullinger
(1837-1913)
Fourth Edition, Revised.

Many writers, from the earliest times, have called attention to the importance of the great subject of Number in Scripture. It has been dealt with, for the most part, in a fragmentary way. One has dealt with some

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Number in Scripture:
Its Supernatural Design and Spiritual Significanceby
E. W. Bullinger
(1837-1913)
Fourth Edition, Revised.

Many writers, from the earliest times, have called attention to the importance of the great subject of Number in Scripture. It has been dealt with, for the most part, in a fragmentary way. One has dealt with some particular number, such as "seven"; another has been content with a view of the primary numbers, and even when defining their significance, has given only one or two examples by way of illustration; another has confined himself to "symbolical numbers," such as 10, 40, 666, etc.; another has taken up such symbolical numbers in their relation to chronology or to prophecy; another has collected examples, but has dealt little with their meaning.

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BN ID:
2940012710765
Publisher:
Ernest Marsh
Publication date:
12/02/2010
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Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
849,954
File size:
248 KB

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Number In Scripture: Its Supernatural Design and Spiritual Significance 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
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It was simple to read and easy to understand. I found it to be a clear confirmation of the KJV, proving unquestionably that God's hand had to be on its writing. All other translations want to change the wording, thereby making a 'man's' translation and replace God's.