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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 482 - Each volume is to be complete in itself, while, at the same time, it will form part of a carefully planned whole. One of the Editors is to prepare a volume of Theological Encyclopaedia which will give the history and literature of each department, as well as of Theology as a whole. The Library is intended to form a series of Text-Books for Students of Theology. The Authors, therefore, aim at conciseness and compactness of statement. At the same time, they have in view that large and increasing class...
Page 479 - The Herald and Presbyter. Crown 8vo. $3.00 net. Romans. By the Rev. WILLIAM SANDAY, DD, LL.D., Lady Margaret Professor of Divinity, and Canon of Christ Church, Oxford, and the Rev. AC HEADLAM, MA, DD, Principal of Kings College, London. " We do not hesitate to commend this as the best commentary on Romans yet written in English. It will do much to popularize this admirable and much needed series, by showing that it is possible to be critical and scholarly and at the same time devout and spiritual,...
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 477 - Most* Bible readers have the impression that 'Numbers' is a dull book only relieved by the brilliancy of the Balaam chapters and some snatches of old Hebrew songs, but, as Prof. Gray shows with admirable skill and insight, its historical and religious value is not that which lies on the surface. Prof. Gray's commentary is distinguished by fine scholarship and sanity of judgment; it is impossible to commend it too warmly.
Page 483 - Ready. CONTEMPORARY HISTORY OF THE NEW TESTAMENT. By FRANK C. PORTER, DD, Professor of Biblical Theology, Yale University, New Haven, Conn. THEOLOGY OF THE NEW TESTAMENT. By GEORGE B. STEVENS, DD, sometime Professor of Systematic Theology, Yale University, New Haven, Conn. [Now Ready. BIBLICAL ARCHEOLOGY. By G. BUCHANAN GRAY, DD, Professor of Hebrew, Mansfield College, Oxford. THE ANCIENT CATHOLIC CHURCH. By ROBERT RAINEY, DD, LL.D., sometime Principal of New College, Edinburgh.
Page 483 - Professor of Theological Encyclopaedia and Symbolics, Union Theological Seminary, New York. AN INTRODUCTION TO THE LITERATURE OF THE OLD TESTAMENT.
Page 485 - We have not for a long time taken a book in hand that is more stimulating to faith. . . . Without commenting further, we repeat that this volume is the ablest, most scholarly, most advanced, and sharpest defence of Christianity that has ever been written. No theological library should be without it."— Zion's Herald.