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Exposition of the Old and New Testament
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John Gill John Gill (b. 23 Nov 1697, d. 14 Oct 1771), was an English Baptist writer and theologian. Gill was a strong Calvinist. This work is considered his magnum opus, a commentary on the entire Bible. This was originally published in two parts, the 3 volume An Exposition of the New Testament (1746-8), and the 6 volume An Exposition of the Old Testament (1748-63). Gill was a life-long Hebrew scholar, and he also learned Greek by age 11. Manasseh_Ephraim fn2
Exposition of the Old and New Testament
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John Gill John Gill (b. 23 Nov 1697, d. 14 Oct 1771), was an English Baptist writer and theologian. Gill was a strong Calvinist. This work is considered his magnum opus, a commentary on the entire Bible. This was originally published in two parts, the 3 volume An Exposition of the New Testament (1746-8), and the 6 volume An Exposition of the Old Testament (1748-63). Gill was a life-long Hebrew scholar, and he also learned Greek by age 11. Manasseh_Ephraim fn3
The History of the WorldFrom a Biblical Perspective
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David Petrie A comprehensive history from Biblical Creation to the destruction of Jerusalem in 70 AD. Dates are set by accepting external dates from the Bible. No claim for exhaustive research is made. This sis an excellent for comparing the many overlapping events both in the Bible and in related nations and kingdoms. The charts are easy to follow and use and a free download for software is available. Judges fn1
THE MYSTERIOUS NUMBERS OF THE BOOK OF JUDGES
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ANDREW E. STEINMANN "Can simply following the information in the book itself unravel the chronology of the book of Judges? I believe that it can and that one can establish a relative chronology of the judges. Furthermore, with the help of information from the books of Kings and Samuel as well as Josephus's Antiquities, one can establish an absolute chronology." Judges fn2
The Mysterious Numbers of the Hebrew Kings
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Edwin R. Thiele Very extensive analysis of the Kings of Israel and Judah using scripture. Kings fn1
A Translation Guide to the Chronological Data in Kings and Chronicles
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Leslie McFall Quoted from the article: "The purpose of this article is twofold. First, Thiele’s system is in need of modification. This study suggests modification in four major and nine minor ways. Second, there is the need to bring together in one view the various texts in Kings and Chronicles that require considerable caution in translation because of different systems of reckoning employed by the biblical writers. The proposed modifications and fresh presentation of Thiele’s work are necessary if Thiele’s breakthrough is to be appreciated by modern scholars and made available to translators who do not have the leisure to read through Thiele’s work." Kings fn2

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