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Encyclopedia Of Biblical Literature V1
Language: en
Pages: 452
Authors: John Kitto, William Lindsay Alexander
Type: BOOK - Published: 2014-03 - Publisher:

This Is A New Release Of The Original 1862 Edition.
The Encyclopedia of Christian Literature
Language: en
Pages: 732
Authors: George Thomas Kurian, James D. Smith, III
Categories: Religion
Type: BOOK - Published: 2010-04-16 - Publisher: Scarecrow Press

Covering 2,000 years, this two-volume set is the first encyclopedia devoted to Christian writers and books. In addition to an overview of the Christian literature, this encyclopedia includes more than 40 essays on the principal genres of Christian literature and more than 400 bio-bibliographical essays describing the principal writers and
The Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible, Volume 1
Language: en
Pages: 1152
Authors: Merrill C. Tenney
Categories: Religion
Type: BOOK - Published: 2010-08-10 - Publisher: Zondervan

Revised edition. Volume 1 of 5. The Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible has been a classic Bible study resource for more than thirty years. Now thoroughly revised, this new five-volume edition provides up-to-date entries based on the latest scholarship. Beautiful full-color pictures supplement the text, which includes many new articles
The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Books of the Bible
Language: en
Pages: 1056
Authors: Michael D. Coogan
Categories: Bibles
Type: BOOK - Published: 2011-12-08 - Publisher: Oxford University Press

This is the first in this series of specialised reference works, each addressing a specific subfield within biblical studies. Books of the Bible is in depth, with articles on all of the canonical books, major apocryphal books of the New and Old Testaments, important noncanonical texts and some thematic essays.
Encyclopedia Of Freemasonry And Its Kindred Sciences, Volume 1: A-C
Language: en
Pages: 452
Authors: Albert G. Mackey
Categories: Social Science
Type: BOOK - Published: - Publisher: Jazzybee Verlag

Dr. Albert G. Mackey appears as author of this " Encyclopedia of Freemasonry and its Kindred Sciences," which, being a library in inself, superseded most of the Masonic works which have been tolerated by the craft — chiefly because none better could be obtained. Here is a work which fulfils