The Practical Bible Dictionary and Concordance

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Barbour and Co., Jul 1, 1985 - Reference - 272 pages
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Under the definition cattle the bible references were a little off. There were scriptures under the definition that I dont suppose references an animal. The definition for the word awl doesn't exist according to exodus 21:6 laws concerning slaves, but under the definition carpenter the illistration has an object on the doorpost in the middle of the room. When I put all of this gathered information together I noticed the precise placement of these objects and scriptures, and speculated that these subliminal messages concluded that African Americans are considered cattle. I startes with a Quarter, Nickel, Dime, and a (Penny), and continued on until I found that Abraham means father of a multitude. Now I know why he faces the left, its just like running away from the nations flag which is a sign of betrayal. Please tell me that these were typos.  

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I decided to give it three rather than two, because over all I feel people who would buy this would find it perfectly adequate. However if you desire to conduct in depth studies of scripture or the ... Read full review


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