The International Critical Commentary on the Holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments: Judges, by G. F. Moore

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Scribner, 1895 - Bible
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Page 427 - And we will take ten men of an hundred throughout all the tribes of Israel, and an hundred of a thousand, and a thousand out of ten thousand, to fetch victual for the people, that they may do, when they come to Gibeah of Benjamin, according to all the folly that they have wrought in Israel.
Page 479 - EDITORS' PREFACE THERE are now before the public many Commentaries, written by British and American divines, of a popular or homiletical character. The Cambridge Bible for Schools, the Handbooks for Bible Classes and Private Students, The Speaker's Commentary, The Popular Commentary (Schaff), Tht Expositor's Bible, and other similar series, have their special place and importance.
Page 481 - The Humiliation of Christ ," •• The Kingdom of Qod," etc. Crown 8vo, 528 pages, $2.50 net. Professor Bruce's work is not an abstract treatise on apologetics, but an apologetic presentation of the Christian faith, with reference to whatever in our intellectual environment makes faith difficult at the present time. It addresses itself to men whose sympathies are with Christianity, and discusses the topics of pressing concern — the burning questions of the hour. It is offered as an aid to faith...
Page xxxviii - Egypt, but after one thousand and twenty years from Abraham's coming out of Mesopotamia into Canaan, and after the deluge one thousand four hundred and forty years...
Page 452 - ... number, of them that danced, whom they caught: and they went and returned unto their inheritance, and repaired the cities, and dwelt in them. 24 And the children of Israel departed thence at that time, every man to his tribe and to his family, and they went out frone theiice every man to his inheritance. 25 In those days there was no king in Israel : every man did that which was right in his own eyes.
Page 335 - So he said to them: Out of the eater came something to eat, and out of the strong came something sweet.
Page 307 - Jordan against the Ephraimites : and it was so, that when any of the fugitives of Ephraim said, Let me go over, the men of Gilead said unto him, Art thou an Ephraimite ? If he said, Nay...
Page 334 - Let me now put a riddle to you. If you can explain it to me within the seven days of the feast, and find it out, then I will give you thirty linen garments...
Page 482 - As a whole, there is probably no book in the English language equal to this ' Introduction to the Literature of the Old Testament' for the student who desires to understand what the modern criticism thinks about the Bible.
Page 477 - EDITORS' PREFACE THEOLOGY has made great and rapid advances in recent years. New lines of investigation have been opened up, fresh light has been cast upon many subjects of the deepest interest, and the historical method has been applied with important results. This has prepared the way for a Library of Theological Science, and has created the demand for it. It has also made it at once opportune and practicable now to secure the services of specialists in the different departments of Theology, and...

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