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Biblical Geography and History By Charles Foster Kent
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Biblical Geography and History By Charles foster Kent WOOLSEY PROFESSOR OF BIBLICAL LITERATURE IN YALE UNIVERSITY. NEW YORK CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS 1926 COPYRIGHT, 1911, BY CHARLES SCRIBNER'S... More > SONS Printed in the United States of America Published April, 1911< Less
Biblical History of the Old Testament By Charles F. Bowman
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Historical information may be found in many of the Old Testament books. In some instances more than one book may record the same events. In others historical information is contained in books that... More > are not normally thought of as books of history. The purpose of the Biblical History of the Old Testament is, to provide a narrative of the historical events found in the Old Testament in which the events recorded in the various books are combined into a single, easy-to-read overview. Each chapter contains its own list of references to passages in the Old Testament books, so that the reader may access the source of the information and perhaps thereby read of the events in more detail.< Less
INTRODUCTION TO BIBLICAL HISTORY By Ethan Allen
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This book covers Biblical history up to about 500 AD to 600 AD. I cover the material in a higher level overview. I include some place markers so the reader may find the material in Josephus’... More > works. The Old Testament covers the period from Creation up through the fall of the First Temple in 586 BC. The New Testament covers the period from around 25 AD up to around 100 AD. The period of time between the fall of the First Temple (586 BC) and the beginning New Testament period (25 AD) is called the Intertestamental period, or the Silent years. For this book I mainly use “The Works of Josephus”. Josephus lived from 30 AD to around 100 AD. His works cover Creation up to his death around 100 AD. He personally saw the 66 AD to 73 AD Roman-Jewish War. I supplement the Intertestamental period and the New Testamental period with several commentaries.< Less
INTRODUCTION TO BIBLICAL HISTORY By Ethan Allen
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This book covers Biblical history up to about 500 AD to 600 AD. I cover the material in a higher level overview. I include some place markers so the reader may find the material in Josephus’... More > works. The Old Testament covers the period from Creation up through the fall of the First Temple in 586 BC. The New Testament covers the period from around 25 AD up to around 100 AD. The period of time between the fall of the First Temple (586 BC) and the beginning New Testament period (25 AD) is called the Intertestamental period, or the Silent years. For this book I mainly use “The Works of Josephus”. Josephus lived from 30 AD to around 100 AD. His works cover Creation up to his death around 100 AD. He personally saw the 66 AD to 73 AD Roman-Jewish War. I supplement the Intertestamental period and the New Testamental period with several commentaries.< Less
Biblical Geography and History (Illustrated) By Charles Foster Kent
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“The term Palestine, originally applied to the home of Israel's foes, the Philistines, was used by the Greeks as a designation of southern Syria, exclusive of Phœnicia. The Greek... More > historian Herodotus was the first to employ it in this extended sense. The Romans used the same term in the form Palestina and through them the term Palestine has become the prevailing name in the western world of the land once occupied by the Israelites and their immediate neighbors on the east and west. The history of the older name Canaan (Lowland) is similar. In the Tell el-Amarna Letters, written in the fourteenth century B.C., Canaan is limited to the coast plains; but as the Canaanites, the Lowlanders, began to occupy the inland plains the use of the term was extended until it became the designation of all the territory from the Mediterranean to the Jordan and Dead Sea valley. It does not appear, however, to have ever been applied to the east-Jordan land.”< Less
Biblical History of the New Testament By Charles Bowman
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Critics of the New Testament assert that the four gospel accounts contain contradictions in facts. Apologists reply that one or more of the gospels were not written in chronological order. Neither is... More > true. The Scriptures are inerrant, and as historical documents, each gospel account should be presumed to have been written as a chronological narrative as are most historical works. The purpose of the Biblical History of the New Testament is to provide a historical narrative of Jesus' life and that of the early church in a way that reconciles the apparent discrepancies among the four gospel accounts while maintaining the chronological order of events in all four gospels.< Less
The Black Biblical History Workbook By Michael McKay
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A short work on how the classification of the family of Noah by race rather than relationship has caused a superficial division of mankind.
The Black Biblical History Workbook By Michael McKay
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A short work on how the classification of the family of Noah by race rather than relationship has caused a superficial division of mankind.
Biblical Hermeneutics By W.R. Downing
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How to interpret the Bible. Sections included on the principles and the history of interpretation.
Biblical Hermeneutics By W.R. Downing
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How to interpret the Bible. Sections included on the principles and the history of interpretation.