4 edition of An abridgment of the history of the Bible found in the catalog.
An abridgment of the history of the Bible
Microfilm. Woodbridge, CT Research Publications, Inc., 1986. 1 reel ; 35mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 8588, no.12).
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 8588, no. 12.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||23|
The first half of his book tells of their cycles of battles and difficulties to reach and settle the land. Many quotations from these plates, citing Isaiah and other biblical and nonbiblical prophets, appear in the Book of Mormon. Ahab was the most evil king of all, promoting Baal worship, and marrying the Phoenician Jezebel. Jerusalem does not remain conquered however. The apostles write about David with great respect. In reaction, the fundamentalist movement asserted the inerrancy of Scripture: Everything in the Bible must be absolutely, literally, scientifically and historically true.
This may suit the conveniency of the person who officiates, but is too often inconvenient and tiresome to the congregation. He is succeeded by Amaziah. The political and spiritual development of the Jewish nation spanned many centuries and took place in several stages. A fully abridged audio book can span as little as 4 hours for a book that would span 20 hours unabridged.
Ahaz of Judah is succeeded by Hezekiahwho lives righteously and rebels against the king of Assyria. In many cases, an audio book for a popular title is available in both an abridged and unabridged version, though the abridged version often is released first and almost always costs significantly less than the unabridged version. We have ventured, therefore, to leave out the less material parts. Yet, through these flawed people, God was able to accomplish His purposes in the world.
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But the Gentile Christians did not share that tradition and disputes arose about whether or not it was necessary to follow those rules.
Exhausted under their enemies' oppression, the Israelites would repent and turn to God. Mordecai pleads to Esther to use her influence to secure their deliverance. The next three books, Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther are about their life in captivity, release from it, and the restoration of Jerusalem.
Samuel established kingship in Israel and provided for covenant continuity in the transition from the period of judges. Because you have rejected the word of the LORD, he has rejected you as king. To be correctly understood, this history must be read in the context of morals and customs of the time.
The Gibeahites in Benjamin threaten to rape a male Levite visitor but settle for his concubine instead, who dies after the brutal rape. During this time of religious decline, God sent Israel a few remarkable prophets who slowed down the process of spiritual decay.
The Psalter, or Psalms of David. Having inherited the throne from his wicked father, Hezekiah was determined to bring law and order to the weakened Judea.
Cyrus follows his policy of placating the gods of his subject people and decrees that the Israelites may return with their treasures to Jerusalem and build a temple The Seventy called this book Paralipomenon, i. Other parts are local, and allude to places of which we have no knowledge, and therefore do not affect us.
It completes the history of the period of the monarchies up to the defeat and exile at the hands of the Babylonians. God sent a great leader and prophet, Moses, to lead An abridgment of the history of the Bible book Hebrews out of captivity and into the Promised Land of Israel.
Hannah's song of praise for the birth of her son, found in Chapter 2 of the book, forms the basis for some extollations sung during the evening services. Related Content.
The 1 and 2 Chronicles recount the history of Israel, Solomon, the details of building of the temple, Israel splitting in two, and the exile of Judah into Babylonian slavery. Ahab defeats Ben-Hadad of Aram and sets him free, an act condemned by a prophet of the Lord.
He taught that the way to salvation and eternal life is through faith in Jesus Christ and high moral standards, not through obedience to the Old Testament Law. A Shunammite woman's son dies and is restored to life by Elisha.
The judges are Israel's leaders before the kings. An angel appears to Manoah and his wife and predicts the birth of Samson, who will be a Nazirite who will not use a razor on his head and who will deliver Israel.
Elijah summons Ahab and his Baal prophets on Mount Carmel and challenges them to show the power of Baal, which fails to materialize. Hailstones fall on the troops of the five kings of the Amorites and the sun stops still to assist the conquest by divine intervention. This conflict ultimately led to Jesus' execution by crucifixion only three years after He had begun His ministry.
Elisha also makes the waters of the Jordan divide.The fascinating history of the English Bible is played out in its numerous early translations. This page contains copies of some of these early English Bibles as well as resources to learn more about the history of the Bible and its influence on culture.
Archeology doesn’t definitively prove the Bible, and it certainly doesn’t discredit it. In fact the more we find, the more we see that there’s a tremendous amount of historicity in the text.
In summary, the Bible is not a book of history, yet it contains history and culture, which is more or less borne out by archeology. Popular Bible History Books Showing of Gods and Kings (Chronicles of An abridgment of the history of the Bible book Kings, #1) by.
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Alexis de Tocqeville. Alexis de Tocqeville. Lexham Press / / Trade Paperback.The book is not without genuine historical value in supplementing 1 Maccabees, and it contains some apparently authentic official documents (–38).
Its purpose, whether intended by Jason himself or read into it by the compiler, is to give a theological interpretation to the history of the period.A brief ebook of how we got 'The Good Book' Early Development. c. – B.C. Books of the Hebrew Old Testament written c.
The Septuagint, a popular Greek translation of.