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Page 388 - Mr. Drew has invented a new method of illustrating Scripture history — from observation of the countries. Instead of narrating his travels and referring from time to time to the facts of sacred history belonging to the different countries, he writes an outline history of the Hebrew nation from Abraham downwards, with special reference to the various points in which the geography illustrates the history. The advantages of this plan are obvious. - Mr. Drew thus gives us not a mere imitation of '...
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