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Babel and Bible : three lectures on the significance of Assyriological research for religion, embodying the most important criticisms and the author's replies

Author: Friedrich Delitzsch; Thomas J McCormack; William Herbert Carruth; Lydia Gillingham Robinson
Publisher: Chicago : Open court Pub. Co., 1906, 1902.
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Delitzsch, Friedrich, 1850-1922.
Babel and Bible.
Chicago : Open court Pub. Co., 1906,1902
(OCoLC)648522461
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Friedrich Delitzsch; Thomas J McCormack; William Herbert Carruth; Lydia Gillingham Robinson
OCLC Number: 6185439
Notes: "First lecture copyright 1902. Second lecture copyright 1903. Third lecture copyright 1906."
Description: v, 247 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction. ([Selected passages of the translation of the author's Ex oriente lux] from Report of Smithsonian institution). --
First lecture. (Translated by T.J. McCormack). --
Second lecture. (Translated by W.H. Carruth). --
The struggle for Babel and Bible. Literature on "Babel and Bible". Opinions on "Babel and Bible". Reply to critics of the first lecture. --
Third lecture. (Translated by L.G. Robinson).
Responsibility: Dr. Friedrich Delitzsch ; tr. from the German by Thomas J. McCormack, W.H. Carruth and Lydia G. Robinson.

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