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Joseph, the Prime Minister
... This explanation is tempting, but it is perhaps scarcely probable that the proclamation
should have been in any other language than Egyptian, or should have ...
/.../maclaren/expositions of holy scripture k/joseph the prime minister.htm

Facts Relating to Meletius the Egyptian, from whom Originated the ...
... Book I. Chapter VIII."Facts relating to Meletius the Egyptian, from whom ... impiety
was unanimously anathematized, as well as the blasphemous language and views ...
/.../chapter viii facts relating to meletius.htm

Language of the New Testament. 1 in the Character of the Original ...
... To the Jews of Alexandria the Greek language was vernacular. By them was executed,
as we have seen, under the patronage of the Egyptian king, the first version ...
/.../barrows/companion to the bible/chapter xxiv language of the.htm

As Celsus, However, is of Opinion that it Matters Nothing Whether ...
... to men; for if we were to translate the name of one who was called from his birth
by a certain appellation in the Greek language into the Egyptian or Roman, or ...
/.../origen/origen against celsus/chapter xlv as celsus however.htm

A Look into the Hebrew Bible.
... book were "the Urim and the Thummim," a pair of supernatural spectacles, by means
of which he was able to read and translate this "Reformed Egyptian" language. ...
// wrote the bible/chapter i a look into.htm

In the Following Way, Also, we May Conclude that they who came Out ...
... came out of Egypt with Moses were not Egyptians; for if they had been Egyptians,
their names also would be Egyptian, because in every language the designations ...
/.../origen/origen against celsus/chapter viii in the following.htm

Relations with Nestorius and to Nestorianism.
... Probably both the Egyptian and the Syrian would have found no difficulty in subscribing
the language of our own judicious divine; "a kind of mutual commutation ...
/.../the ecclesiastical history of theodoret/iii relations with nestorius and to.htm

Who are These Men who are Wont to Dispute at Such Great Length in ...
... Is it to be imputed to him as a crime that he knows the Greek, the Syrian, the
Hebrew, the Egyptian, and in part also the Latin language? ...
/.../22 who are these men.htm

Syria at the Beginning of the Egyptian Conquest
... Mitanni,* which was already occupied by a people of a different race, who used a
language cognate, it ... Mitanni is mentioned on several Egyptian monuments; but ...
/.../chapter iisyria at the beginning.htm

The Evolution of Language
... This is the form we find fossil in the Egyptian hieroglyphic ... dashes for the limbs
and one across, as in the Chinese for man; a square in the same language for a ...
/.../the lowell lectures on the ascent of man/chapter v the evolution of.htm

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Acts 2:10
Phrygia, and Pamphylia, in Egypt, and in the parts of Libya about Cyrene, and strangers of Rome, Jews and proselytes,
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Psalm 114:1
When Israel went out of Egypt, the house of Jacob from a people of strange language;
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Language of all Mankind One at First

Language of some Nations Difficult

Language of the New Testament

Language: Ancient Kingdoms often Comprehended Nations of Different

Language: Ashdod

Language: Called: Speech

Language: Called: Tongue

Language: Chaldee

Language: Confusion of

Language: Confusion of a Punishment for Presumption

Language: Confusion of Divided Men Into Separated Nations

Language: Confusion of Originated the Varieties In

Language: Confusion of Scattered Men Over the Earth

Language: Dialects of the Jews

Language: Egyptian

Language: Gift of

Language: Great Variety of, Spoken by Men

Language: Greek

Language: Interpretation of a Gift of the Holy Spirit

Language: Interpretation of Antiquity of Engaging Persons For

Language: Interpretation of Most Important in the Early Church

Language: Interpretation of The Jews Punished by Being Given up to People of a Strange

Language: Kinds of, Mentioned: Arabic

Language: Kinds of, Mentioned: Chaldea

Language: Kinds of, Mentioned: Egyptian

Language: Kinds of, Mentioned: Greek

Language: Kinds of, Mentioned: Hebrew

Language: Kinds of, Mentioned: Latin

Language: Kinds of, Mentioned: Lycaonian

Language: Kinds of, Mentioned: Syriack

Language: Latin

Language: Lycaonian

Language: Many Spoken at Jerusalem

Language: Parthian and Other Lands

Language: Power of Speaking Different: A Gift of the Holy Spirit

Language: Power of Speaking Different: A Sign to Unbelievers

Language: Power of Speaking Different: Ceased when the Written Bible Completed

Language: Power of Speaking Different: Conferred by Laying on of the Apostles' Hands

Language: Power of Speaking Different: Followed Receiving the Gospel

Language: Power of Speaking Different: Given on the Day of Pentecost

Language: Power of Speaking Different: Necessary to Spread of the Gospel

Language: Power of Speaking Different: Promised

Language: Power of Speaking Different: Sometimes Abused

Language: Speaking in Inspired "Tongues" Forbidden

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Language: The Term Barbarian Applied to Those Who Spoke a Strange

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