The Pleasure Of Reading The Bible

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£it of poofe for pule fceabtng THE BIBLE. (Authorized Version) The Oxford University Press publish JMps to the Study of the Bible with one of its editions of the Revised Version. This may be bought separately, and will be found to...
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£it of poofe for pule fceabtng THE BIBLE. (Authorized Version) The Oxford University Press publish JMps to the Study of the Bible with one of its editions of the Revised Version. This may be bought separately, and will be found to be of great assistance to the student. THE MODERN READER'S BIBLE, presented in literary form. Edited by Richard G. Moulton. LITERARY STUDY OF THE BIBLE. By Richard G. Moulton. Professor Moulton's book is unquestionably the best book in the language for the literary study of the Bible. I cannot recommend it too highly. In The Modern Header's Bible will be found notes, historical introduction, and literary introduction, which the student will do well. $9 read. Professor Moulton has also issued a Short Introduction to Oe Literature of the. S'Me, The essential matter of both these books:, however, "wilt lie foOnd contained in the appendices to his The Modern Seader'i SOtle (one.vol. edit.). INTRODUOTioj':K);kB;LJTBTTJRE OF THE OLD TESTAMENT." By B. R/ DHVBt." INTRODUCTION TO THE BOOKS OF THE NEW TESTAMENT. By B. W. Bacon. OUTLINES FOR THE STUDY OF BIBLICAL HISTORY AND LITERATURE. By F. H. Sanders and H. T. Fowler. BIBLICAL INTRODUCTION. By W. H. Bennett and W. F. Adeney. INTRODUCTION TO THE BOOK OF ISAIAH. By T. K. Oheyne. chapter{Section 4HISTORY OF THE JEWISH OHUBOH. By A. P. Stanley. Stanley's work is not now considered the most authoritative, since it does not include tbe results of the latest researches; but it is, nevertheless, a delightful book, andis written in a captivating style. His shortcomings could easily be supplemented from Basting's Bible Dictionary. HISTORY OF THE PEOPLE OF ISRAEL By Ernest Re nan, HISTORY OF NEW TESTAMENT TIMES. By Shaller Mathewa. TRADITIONS AND BELIEFS OF ANCIENT ISR...
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  • ISBN-13: 9781113390134
  • Publisher: BiblioBazaar
  • Publication date: 8/19/2009
  • Pages: 54
  • Product dimensions: 8.00 (w) x 5.00 (h) x 0.11 (d)

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£it of poofe for pule fceabtng THE BIBLE. (Authorized Version) The Oxford University Press publish JMps to the Study of the Bible with one of its editions of the Revised Version. This may be bought separately, and will be found to be of great assistance to the student. THE MODERN READER'S BIBLE, presented in literary form. Edited by Richard G. Moulton. LITERARY STUDY OF THE BIBLE. By Richard G. Moulton. Professor Moulton's book is unquestionably the best book in the language for the literary study of the Bible. I cannot recommend it too highly. In The Modern Header's Bible will be found notes, historical introduction, and literary introduction, which the student will do well. $9 read. Professor Moulton has also issued a Short Introduction to Oe Literature of the. S'Me, The essential matter of both these books:, however, "wilt lie foOnd contained in the appendices to his The Modern Seader'i SOtle (one.vol. edit.). INTRODUOTioj':K);kB;LJTBTTJRE OF THE OLD TESTAMENT." By B. R/ DHVBt." INTRODUCTION TO THE BOOKS OF THE NEW TESTAMENT. By B. W. Bacon. OUTLINES FOR THE STUDY OF BIBLICAL HISTORY AND LITERATURE. By F. H. Sanders and H. T. Fowler. BIBLICAL INTRODUCTION. By W. H. Bennett and W. F. Adeney. INTRODUCTION TO THE BOOK OF ISAIAH. By T. K. Oheyne. chapter{Section 4HISTORY OF THE JEWISH OHUBOH. By A. P. Stanley. Stanley's work is not now considered the most authoritative, since it does not include tbe results of the latest researches; but it is, nevertheless, a delightful book, and is written in a captivating style. His shortcomings could easily be supplemented from Basting's Bible Dictionary. HISTORY OF THE PEOPLE OF ISRAEL By Ernest Re nan, HISTORY OF NEW TESTAMENTTIMES. By Shaller Mathewa. TRADITIONS AND BELIEFS OF ANCIENT ISR...
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