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|Genre/Form:||Criticism, interpretation, etc
|All Authors / Contributors:||
C E Stowe
|Notes:||No more published.
Errata, following preface.
|Description:||276 pages ; 21 cm|
|Contents:||Of revelation and the language in which it is given --
Pecularities of the Bible in respect to interpretation --
Proof that Moses was the writer of the five books usually ascribed to him --
Hypotheses of those who reject the authorship of Moses, their objections stated and answered --
Origin of alphabetic writing --
Authenticity of the four gospels --
Character of the gospels --
Genuineness of the Apocalypse --
Interpretation of the Apocalypse --
Hebrew and pagan prophets contrasted --
Doctrine of inspiration --
Scriptural idea and proof of inspiration --
|Other Titles:||Introduction to the study of the Bible|
|Responsibility:||by C.E. Stowe ; in two volumes.|