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The Translators to the Reader

THE TRANSLATORS TO THE READERPreface to the King James Version 1611Thesis by EDGAR J. GOODSPEEDTHE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO PRESSCHICAGO - ILLINOISNo book means so much to religion as the Bible. In all its forms it has greatly served religion, and in...

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The Translators to the Reader

THE TRANSLATORS TO THE READERPreface to the King James Version 1611Thesis by EDGAR J. GOODSPEEDTHE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO PRESSCHICAGO - ILLINOISNo book means so much to religion as the Bible. In all its forms it has greatly served religion, and in...

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The Epistle of Barnabas

THE EPISTLE OF BARNABASTranslated by J.B. Lightfoot. Adapt. and mod. (c) 1990.  ATHENA DATA PRODUCTSBarnabas 1:1I Bid you greeting, sons and daughters, in the name of the Lord thatloved us, in peace.Barnabas 1:2  Seeing that the ordinances of God...

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The Epistle of Barnabas

THE EPISTLE OF BARNABASTranslated by J.B. Lightfoot. Adapt. and mod. (c) 1990.  ATHENA DATA PRODUCTSBarnabas 1:1I Bid you greeting, sons and daughters, in the name of the Lord thatloved us, in peace.Barnabas 1:2  Seeing that the ordinances of God...

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Magna Carta

The Text of Magna CartaIntroductory NoteAs might be expected, the text of the Magna Carta of 1215 bears many traces of haste, and is clearly the product of much bargaining and many hands. Most of its clauses deal with specific, and often...

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Magna Carta

The Text of Magna CartaIntroductory NoteAs might be expected, the text of the Magna Carta of 1215 bears many traces of haste, and is clearly the product of much bargaining and many hands. Most of its clauses deal with specific, and often...

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Christian Influences In The Sciences

INTRODUCTION It may seem an outrageous claim that Christians were seminal to much of what dominates modern scientific thinking, but it is true. There is hardly a science or scientific idea which cannot trace its inception as a viable theory to some...

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Christian Influences In The Sciences

INTRODUCTION It may seem an outrageous claim that Christians were seminal to much of what dominates modern scientific thinking, but it is true. There is hardly a science or scientific idea which cannot trace its inception as a viable theory to some...

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