The language and imagery of the Bible

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Westminster Press, 1980 - Religion - 280 pages
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This recent classic by G.B. Caird explores a host of linguistic principles related to language usage and meaning and points to the way these principles ought to be applied to a reading of the English Bible.

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User Review  - Jeremiah Parker - Goodreads

Helpful when it comes to language. His views on redaction, pseudepigraphy, dating, etcetera are novel (modern) -- 2nd century "Daniel", "Deuteronomist", Post-70AD authorship of Matthew, Deutero-Isaiah, you know the drill. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
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general
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The Uses and Abuses of Language
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Copyright

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