Reasons for the Higher Criticism of the Hexateuch Isaac Gibson

ISBN: 9781330188286

Published: September 27th 2015

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108 pages


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Reasons for the Higher Criticism of the Hexateuch  by  Isaac Gibson

Reasons for the Higher Criticism of the Hexateuch by Isaac Gibson
September 27th 2015 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 108 pages | ISBN: 9781330188286 | 10.17 Mb

Excerpt from Reasons for the Higher Criticism of the HexateuchIt is with pleasure that I accept the invitation of my friend, Mr. Gibson, to write a few introductory lines for his book. I do this with the greater willingness, because I believe thatMoreExcerpt from Reasons for the Higher Criticism of the HexateuchIt is with pleasure that I accept the invitation of my friend, Mr.

Gibson, to write a few introductory lines for his book. I do this with the greater willingness, because I believe that something more ought to be said in a brochure of this kind on two or three points than he has felt himself called on to insert in the body of the work. Indeed, the things I have in mind are sufficiently irrelevant to the general outline of Mr.

Gibsons thought, to render them unsuitable for elaboration in any other place than just such a semi-detached Introduction.The appeal that this book makes to the reading public will find its heartiest response among the clergy and the more intelligent lay people. It is distinctly not a popular statement in the sense of endeavoring to do all the thinking for the reader.About the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books.

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