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  • Biblical Libraries: A Sketch of Library History from 3400 BC to AD 150  (1914)  by Ernest Cushing Richardson 129980Biblical Libraries: A Sketch of
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  • Encyclopaedia Biblica (category Christianity)
    importance of the newer view of the Bible to the Christian community, and the fundamental principles of the newer biblical criticism, have been so ably and
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  • _KhwajaKhwaja Kamal-ud-Din.jpg18701932 The Festival of Sacrifices, 1916 Eid al-Adha sermon[14] Mecca in the Days of Pilgrimage — Prayer of Abraham and
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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 6 Christianity 465431911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 6 — Christianity CHRISTIANITY, the religion which accepts Jesus
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  • commonest use it is applied to all who decline to accept the authority of the Bible as the infallible record of a divine revelation, and is practically
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  • Briggs1900 By the Rev. CHARLES AUGUSTUS BRIGGS, D.D,. PROFESSOR OF BIBLICAL THEOLOGY, UNION THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY. THE question whether the Christian religion
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  • Volume 2 The Bible by Francis Gigot 96048Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 2 The BibleFrancis Gigot A collection of writings which the Church
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  • translations from the original Hebrew and Greek of the Old and New Testaments. 1. The Manuscript Bible.—The first essays in Biblical translation, or rather
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  • Biblical criticism in its fullest comprehension is the examination of the literary origins and historical values of the books composing the Bible, with
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  • Bahaism. Theosophy, etc. Subclass BQ Buddhism Subclass BR Christianity Subclass BS The Bible Subclass BT Doctrinal Theology Subclass BV Practical Theology
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  • of these questions of detail the reader is referred to the separate articles on the Biblical books. An account of the Bible as a whole involves so many
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  • ‘A Report on the State of Ireland, made to the Lord-Lieutenant.’ In 1830 ‘Biblical Notes and Dissertations, chiefly on the Doctrine of the Deity of Christ
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  • reading the revisers gave a new charter to liberty in biblical research.* Most valuable, too, have been studies during the latter part of the nineteenth
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  • similar utterances in opposition to the newer biblical studies were heard, and from America, espe- cially from the college at Princeton, came resounding
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  • religion than in Christianity, and forms of worship for more. In the oldest usage 6eo\6yoi were those who dealt in myths, like Hesiod and like the supposed Orpheus
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  • 1765 the Earl of Traquair invited him to reside in his house in Tweeddale. He was now able to devote all his time to biblical and philological studies, and
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  • The New International Encyclopædia Bible 1316438The New International Encyclopædia — Bible BI'BLE. I. — In General. (1) Meaning of the Name. The
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  • Briggs1900 By the Rev. CHARLES AUGUSTUS BRIGGS, D.D,. PROFESSOR OF BIBLICAL THEOLOGY, UNION THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY. THE question whether the Christian religion
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  • Inspiration of the Bible by Alfred Durand 96049Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 8 Inspiration of the BibleAlfred Durand The subject will be
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  • Christianity and the traditional teachings of the Church, notably concerning the passages of the Old Testament to be regarded as Messianic. The Biblical student
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