Superhuman Origin of the Bible Inferred from Itself 1881

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Kessinger Publishing, Mar 1, 2003 - Religion - 368 pages
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1881. The Congregational Union Lecture for 1873. Contents: on some traits of the Bible which seem at variance with certain principles and tendencies of human nature; ancillary arguments, drawn from certain traits of the New Testament, as contrasted with what might be expected from the antecedents of the writers; arguments derived from coincidences and indications of the unity of the Bible; reply to objection founded on certain peculiarities of form and structure exhibited in the Bible; on certain peculiarities of style in the scriptural writers; on the exceptional position of the Bible in the world; on certain analogies between the Bible and the constitution and course of nature.

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Henry Rogers is Professor in the Departments of Linguistics and Anthropology at the University of Toronto. He is author of "Sounds of Language: An Introduction to Phonetics" (2000) and "Theoretical and Practical Phonetics" (1990), and has published widely on both phonetics and writing systems.

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