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J. 6. & F. BIVINGTON, LONDON;
ON THE LANGUAGE OF PALESTINE
IN THE AGE OF
CHRIST AND THE APOSTLES.
ON THE GREEK DICTION OF THE NEW TESTAMENT.
ON THE IMPORTANCE OF THE STUDY OF THE OLD TESTAMENT.
ON THE TROPICAL LANGUAGE OF THE NEW TESTAMENT.
JOHN BROWN, D. D.
THOMAS CLARK, 38, GEORGE STREET.
This Volume of The Biblical Cabinet contains Four Philological Tracts, by Professors Pfannkuche, Planck, Tholuck, and BeckHaus,—men highly and deservedly esteemed among their countrymen for their critical acumen, as well as for the extent and accuracy of their learning—" On the Language of Palestine in the Age of Christ and his Apostles;"—" On the Greek Diction of the New Testament;"— "On the Importance of the Study of the Old Testament;"—and "On the Tropical Language of the New Testament."—These Dissertations will be found of unequal merit—but the subjects of all of them are important and interesting—and they contain much that must be useful to all, and something that will be new to many of the critical Students of the Holy Scriptures in this country.