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The patriarchs and lawgivers of the Old Testament. A series of [19] sermons preached in the chapel of Lincoln's Inn.

Maurice, F. D. (John Frederick Denison), 1805-1872.

Published by London: Macmillan and Co., 1904., 1904
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VG orig. brown cloth. Neat ruled ink scoring in text. xi, [1], xxxii, [33]-347 p.; 19.5 cm. [Orig. title: The Old Testament, 1851; reprint of 2nd edition, 1855] Contents: Advertisement -- Preface to second edition -- Preface to first edition -- Sermon I. The creation of mankind, and of the first man. Genesis ii. 1 -- II. The fall and the deluge. Genesis vi. 5,6,7 -- III. Noah and Abraham. Genesis xii. 1,2,3 -- IV. Abraham and Isaac. Genesis xxii. 7,8 -- V. Esau and Jacob. Genesis xxviii. 10-17 -- VI. The dreams of Joseph. Genesis xlii. 8,9 -- VII. Joseph and his brethren. Genesis xlv. 7,8 -- VIII. The mission of Moses. Exodus v. 22,23 -- IX. The miracles of Moses, and the hardening of pharaoh. Exodus x. 25 -- X. The Passover. Exodus xiv. 13,14 -- XI. The rebellion of Korah. Numbers xvi. 3 -- XII. The prophecy of balaam. Numbers xxiii. 11,12 -- XIII. Prosperity and adversity. Deut. v. 33 -- XIV. The nation and the church. Deut. vii. 22-26 -- XV. The test of prophecy and miracle. Deut xxiii. 1-8 -- XVI. Pentecost. Deut. xxx. 19,20 -- XVII. Joshua and St. John. Joshua xxiii. 1,2,3 -- XVIII. The book of Judges. Judges v. 1,2 -- XIX. Eli and Samuel. 1 Samuel iii. 14. Reprint edition. Binding is Hardcover. Bookseller Inventory # 006212

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Title: The patriarchs and lawgivers of the Old ...

Publisher: London: Macmillan and Co., 1904.

Publication Date: 1904

Binding: Hardcover

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