Interpreting the Symbols and Types

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Rich Brott, 1992 - Religion - 183 pages
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The language of divine origin, which God has woven throughout the Bible, contains characteristics and shades of meaning that would be lost to the believer if he did not acquaint himself with the needed terminology. In this easy-to-use reference guide, Kevin Conner clearly presents the richness of scriptural truth to assist Christians in understanding the use of signs and symbols in God's Word.
 

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200 HALF pages!

User Review  - fred - Christianbook.com

I have truly tried to find value in this 'notepad' with super-wide margins which is called a 'book'. A wanna-be writer who has nothing substantial to offer. The better books ARE offered by CBD but expect 25-40 for a quality hardback of 400-700 pages, worth reading! Read full review

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Contents

SECTION ONE
1
Chapter Two 17
17
Chapter Three 31
31
Chapter Four 45
45
Chapter Six 57
57
Chapter Eight 63
63
Chapter Eleven 73
73
SECTION TWO 81
81
Chapter Thirteen 97
97
Chapter Fourteen 107
107
Chapter Fifteen 115
115
Bibliography 183
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