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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Alexander Reid Gordon; Ernest Findlay Scott; Edward I Bosworth; Kemper Fullerton; John Merle Coulter; Daniel David Luckenbill; J M Powis Smith; Theodore Gerald Soares; Chester Charlton McCown; Shailer Mathews
|Description:||130 pages 20 cm.|
|Contents:||How the books of the Old Tetament came to be, by Alexander R. Gordon.--How the books of the New Testament came to be, by Ernest F. Scott.--The selection of the books, by Edward I. Bosworth and Kemper Fullerton.--Biblical views of the physical universe, by John Merle Coulter.--Biblical standards of history, chronology, and statistics, by D.D. Luckenbill.--The growth of the idea of God in the Bible, by J.M. Powis Smith and Shailer Mathews.--Developing ethics in the Bible, by Theodore Gerald Soares.--Biblical ideas concerning the kingdom of God and the second coming of Christ, by Chester C. McCown.--How to use the Bible, by Shailer Mathews.|
|Series Title:||Outline Bible study courses of the American Institute of Sacred Literature.|
|Responsibility:||by Alexander R. Gordon, Ernest F. Scott, Edward I. Bosworth [and others].|