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A commentarie vpon the fourth booke of Moses, called Numbers
|Other titles||Commentarie upon the fourth booke of Moses, called Numbers, Commentarie upon the fourth booke of Moses, called Numbers.|
|Series||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 868:3.|
|Contributions||Attersoll, William, d. 1640., Attersoll, William, d. 1640.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 1271,  p.|
|Number of Pages||1271|
The Book of Numbers itself refers to Moses’ activity chronicling the events described in the book (). That much of the book comes from Moses’ hand does not rule out the possibility of later editorial activity and the likelihood that some portions were added after Moses’ death (e.g., ; and Moses’ obituary in Deut. 34). Numbers has much in common with Deuteronomy because of its many laws and regulations. Authorship: The first 5 book of the Bible, called the Law, of which Numbers is the fourth, are ascribed to Moses throughout Scripture (Joshua ; 2 Kings ; Neh. ; Mark ; John ). The book of Numbers itself refers to the writing of Moses (in
THE BOOK OF NUMBERS This fourth Book of Moses is called NUMBERS, because it begins with the numbering of the people. The Hebrews, from its first words, call it VAIEDABBER. It contains the transactions of the Israelites from the second month of the second year after their going out of Egypt, until the beginning of the eleventh month of the fortieth year; that is, a history almost of thirty-nine. What the four Gospels are in the New, the five books of Moses are in the OldTestament." GENESIS, the book of the origin orproduction of all things, consists of two parts: the first, comprehended in the firstthrough eleventh chapters, gives a general history; the second, contained in thesubsequent chapters, gives a special history. The two parts.
The book of numbers is largely Narrative History as far as its genre. It was written by Moses about B.C. Key personalities include Moses, Aaron, Miriam, Joshua, Caleb, Eleazar, Korah, and Balaam. The purpose of the book of Numbers is to tell about how Israel prepared to enter the promise land, but sinned and was punished. THE FOURTH BOOK OF MOSES, CALLED NUMBERS. Commentary by Robert Jamieson. CHAPTER 1. Nu Moses Numbering the Men of War. 1, 2. on the first day of the second month, &c.—Thirteen months had elapsed since the exodus.
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A commentary upon the fourth Book of Moses, called Numbers Item Preview remove-circle A commentary upon the fourth Book of Moses, called Numbers by Patrick, Simon, Publication date Topics Bible, Puritans Publisher London Pages: A commentary upon the fourth book of Moses, called Numbers.
By the Right Reverend Father in God, Symon Lord Bishop of Ely. The second edition corrected. A commentary upon the fourth book of Moses, called Numbers.
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A commentary upon the fourth Book of Moses, called Numbers. [Simon Patrick] -- , p. Half title: A commentary upon Numbers. Errata: p. Advertisement: p. Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
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[Simon Patrick]. Get this from a library. A commentary upon the fourth Book of Moses, called Numbers by Symon, Lord Bishop of Ely. [Simon Patrick] -- , p. Half title: A commentary upon Numbers. Errata: p. Advertisement: p.
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[microform] Containing, the foundation of A commentarie vpon the fourth booke of Moses, called Numbers [electronic resource]: Containing, the fou. The Fourth Book Of Moses Called Numbers The Argument Numbers 1 3 Moses and Aaron with the twelve princes of the tribes are commanded of the Lord to number them that are able to go to war.
49 The Levites are exempted for the service of the Lord. vengeance come upon the Congregation of the children of Israel, and the Levites.
A commentarie vpon the fourth booke of Moses, called Numbers Containing, the foundation of the church and common-wealth of the Israelites, while they walked and wandered in the vvildernesse. Laying before vs the vnchangeable loue of God promised and exhibited to this people.
Ob Intro NOTES ON The Fourth Book of MOSES called NUMBERS This book is thus entitled, because of the numbers of the childrenof Israel, so often mentioned therein, an eminent accomplishment of God's promise to Abraham, that his seed should be as the stars of heaven for multitude.
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Numbers: An Exposition with Practical Observations of the Fourth Book of Moses, Called, NumbersAuthor: Matthew Henry. Henry Ainsworth Annotations upon the fourth book of Moses, called Numbers Wherein, by conference of the Scriptures, by comparing the Greek and Chaldee versions, and of Hebrew writers.
By Henry Ainsworth. () Paperback – J Author: Henry Ainsworth. $ THE PREACHER'S COMPLETE HOMILETIC: COMMENTARY ON THE FOURTH BOOK OF MOSES CALLED NUMBERS, CHAPTERS XVI TO XXXVI AND THE FIFTH BOOK OF MOSES CALLED DEUTERONOMY Volume 4 Hardcover – January 1, by Rev.
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a commentary upon the fourth book of moses, called numbers. by the right reverend father in god, symon lord bishop of ely. london: printed for ri. Alternative Titles: Bemidbar, Fourth Book of Moses Numbers, Hebrew Bemidbar (“In the Wilderness”), also called The Fourth Book Of Moses, the fourth book of the Bible.
The English title is a translation of the Septuagint (Greek) title referring to the numbering of the tribes of Israel.
THE FOURTH BOOK OF MOSES, CALLED NUMBERS. Commentary by Robert Jamieson CHAPTER 1 Nu A commentary upon the fourth Book of Moses, called Numbers by Symon, Lord Bishop of Ely. By The book of Numbers in the Bible is the fourth book in the Old Testament.
It is called a book of Moses because it contains the story of Moses and the Israelites when they wander throughout the wilderness before ending up at Israel (also known as Canaan or Palestine), where God promised they will settle (the promised land). A Commentary on the Fourth Book of Moses, called Numbers by Patrick Simon; The Book of Numbers by George F.
Genung; An American Commentary on the Old Testament: The Book of Deuteronomy by Walter R. Better ridge; Sabbath Morning Readings on the Old Testament: Readings in Deuteronomy by John Cumming; Studies in Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy. A road-trip gone bad.
Israel leaves Mt. Sinai only to rebel against God at every step. God responds with short-term severity and long-term generosity as He leads them into the promised land. #.Annotations upon the fourth book of Moses, called Numbers. Wherein, by conference of the Scriptures, by comparing the Greek and Chaldee versions, and testimonies of Hebrew writers; the Lawes and Ordinances given of old unto Israel in this book, are explained.The Book of Numbers (from Greek Ἀριθμοί, Arithmoi; Hebrew: בְּמִדְבַּר, Bəmiḏbar, "In the desert [of]") is the fourth book of the Hebrew Bible, and the fourth of five books of the Jewish Torah.
The book has a long and complex history; its final form is possibly due to a Priestly redaction (i.e., editing) of a Yahwistic source made some time in the early Persian period.