... Such peculiarities and dislocations are strange in a historical writing, and they
are to be explained by the fact that the book of Ezra-Nehemiah is not so much ...
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Ezra, Nehemiah and Esther.
... (1) The book of Esther, which relates to this time and should be read between chapters
6 and 7 of the book of Ezra. (2) The books of Haggai and Zechariah. ...
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... view the events narrated occurred some time before the second colony came to Jerusalem
and the story would fall between chapters 6 and 7 of the book of Ezra. ...
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Methodist Articles of Religion. AD 1784.
... Book of Samuel, The First Book of Kings, The Second Book of Kings, The First Book
of Chronicles, The Second Book of Chronicles, The Book of Ezra, The Book of ...
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From Letter xxxix. --(For 367. ) of the Particular Books and their ...
... And again, the first and second of the Chronicles are reckoned as one book. Again
Ezra, the first and second  are similarly one book. ...
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... desire to see the history carried from its new starting point in the return and
restoration through post-exilic times is met by the book of Ezra-Nehemiah, to ...
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Of the Cause of the Incarnation of Christ.
...  Nehemiah 9:26. The book of Nehemiah is called by the Greek writers the second
book of Ezra. The words quoted are spoken by the Levites.  Kings xix. ...
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Of the Old Testament, Therefore, First of all There have Been ...
... Kings (Reigns), which the Hebrews reckon two; the Book of Omissions, which is entitled
the Book of Days (Chronicles), and two books of Ezra (Ezra and Nehemiah ...
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The Manner in which Josephus Mentions the Divine Books.
... Footnotes:  Against Apion, I. 8. The common Christian tradition (since the
first century, when it was stated in the fourth book of Ezra 14. ...
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China Inland Mission Normal Training College, Hwochow, Shansi
... Give an outline of the Book of Ezra. State briefly the teaching of Christ on the
following subjects:"Fasting, Riches, Rewards, and the Forgiveness of Sin. ...
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Smith's Bible DictionaryBook Of Ezra
is a continuation of the books of Chronicles. The period covered by the book is eighty years, from the first of Cyrus, B.C. 536, to the beginning of the eighth of Artaxerxes, B.C. 456. It consist of the contemporary historical journals kept from time to time, containing, chs. 1-12, and account of the return of the captives under Zerubbabel, and the rebuilding of the temple in the reign of Cyrus and Cambyses. Most of the book is written in Hebrew, but from chs. 4:8 to 6:19 it is written in Chaldee. The last four chapters, beginning with ch. 7, continue the history after a gap of fifty-eight years --from the sixth of Darius to the seventh of Artaxerxes-- narrating his visit to Jerusalem, and giving an account of the reforms there accomplished, referred to under EZRA. Much of the book was written by Ezra himself, though the first chapter was probably written by Daniel; and other hands are evident.
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