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Out of Ephraim was there a root of them against Amalek; after you, Benjamin, among your people; out of Machir came down governors, and out of Zebulun they that handle the pen of the writer.
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Jesus Fails to Attend the Third Passover.
... of cups, and pots, and brasen vessels.) 5 And the Pharisees and scribes asked him ...
is no trustworthy evidence to show that it is of higher antiquity than the ...
/.../mcgarvey/the four-fold gospel/lxv jesus fails to attend.htm

... V. ABSOLUTION. Preached June 2, 1850. ABSOLUTION. "And the Scribes and the ... There
was not a people in antiquity who had not dispensers of Divine favour. ...
/...// preached at brighton/v absolution.htm

The Social Test of Religion
... The great invective of Jesus against the scribes and Pharisees (Matthew 23) deals
wholly with the perversions ... Religion can not bank on claims of antiquity alone ...
/.../rauschenbusch/the social principles of jesus/chapter ix the social test.htm

The History of the Psalter
... demonstrates that the majority of them represent only the conjectures of scribes
who were ... the lyre, and we are aware that to this, in antiquity, an improvised ...
/.../the origin and permanent value of the old testament/xii the history of the.htm

How the Books were Written.
... But it is evident that the Scribes at an early day, certainly as early as the beginning
of the Christian era ... It bears the unmistakable marks of great antiquity. ...
/.../gladden/who wrote the bible/chapter xii how the books.htm

Preface to Part ii. Of the Oxford Edition.
... the older of the two; and that the other could claim no higher antiquity than that ...
seems to have led to further corruptions on the part of the scribes: but at ...
/.../chrysostom/homilies on acts and romans/preface to part ii of.htm

His Perfect Holiness.
... the moral precepts and maxims of the wisest men of antiquity far into ... children, grown
men and women; with plain fishermen and learned scribes; with despised ...
// person of christ/his perfect holiness.htm

Jesus Only
... They would have gone down among Scribes and Pharisees to be baffled with their ... Christ's
existence is not a fact confined to antiquity or to remote distance. ...
/.../ sermons volume 16 1870/jesus only.htm

Accidental Causes of Corruption.
... to the inattention of those long-since-forgotten Ist or IInd century scribes who,
beguiled ... limited to the four uncials AB'D. The witness of antiquity on this ...
/.../chapter ii accidental causes of.htm

From the Flood to Abraham
... Two Great Empires of Antiquity. ... The Babylonian language was almost universally employed,
so that the scribes could read without difficulty a letter sent ...
/.../tidwell/the bible period by period/chapter iii from the flood.htm



Scribes were Ready Writers

Scribes: Acted as Keepers of the Muster-Rolls of the Host

Scribes: Acted as Notaries in Courts of Justice

Scribes: Acted as Religious Teachers

Scribes: Acted as Secretaries to Kings

Scribes: Acted as Secretaries to Prophets

Scribes: Acted as Writers of Public Documents

Scribes: Antiquity of

Scribes: Families Celebrated for Furnishing: Kenites

Scribes: Families Celebrated for Furnishing: Levi

Scribes: Families Celebrated for Furnishing: Zebulun

Scribes: Generally Men of Great Wisdom

Scribes: Illustrated of Well Instructed Ministers of the Gospel

Scribes: Modern were Doctors of the Law

Scribes: Modern were Frequently Pharisees

Scribes: Modern: Active in Procuring Our Lord's Death

Scribes: Modern: Condemned by Christ for Hypocrisy

Scribes: Modern: Esteemed Wise and Learned

Scribes: Modern: Often offended at out Lord's Conduct and Teaching

Scribes: Modern: Persecuted the Christians

Scribes: Modern: Regarded As Interpreters of Scripture

Scribes: Modern: Sat in Moses' Seat

Scribes: Modern: Tempted Our Lord

Scribes: Modern: Their Manner of Teaching Contrasting With That of Christ

Scribes: Modern: Wore Long Robes and Loved Pre-Eminence

Scribes: Often Learned in the Law

Scribes: Wore an Inkhorn at Their Girdles

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