The Bible Designed to be Read as Living Literature: The Old and the New Testaments in the King James Version

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Ernest Sutherland Bates
Simon and Schuster, 1943 - 1283 pages
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Bible is entirely rearranged. "genealogies and repetitions are omitted, as well as the whole of Chronicles, the minor Epistles, and similar unimportant passages throughout". Bates provides commentary ... Read full review

The Bible, designed to be read as living literature: the Old and the New Testaments in the King James Version

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This updated edition of the Bates bible (first published to enormous acclaim in 1936) appears at a time of increased interest in the Bible as literature. What does it offer new readers? Traditional ... Read full review

Contents

THE BOOK OF EXODUS
79
THE BOOK OF LEVITICUS
116
THE BOOK OF DEUTERONOMY
147
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