Reade Bible Characters

Reade Bible Characters is a 9 chapter work on Nehemiah, Jonah, David, and Paul.

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Reade Bible Characters is a 9 chapter work on Nehemiah, Jonah, David, and Paul.

AIM: Anglican, Reade.
CIM: Bible Characters.

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1. A Literary Marvel 1.
2. Aids to Faith 10.
3. Nehemiah 21.
4. Nehemiah’s Work 39.
5. Jonah 58.
6. David 82.
7. Paul’s Perseverance 86.
8. Evidences Of Revelation 99.
9. Monuuental Evidence and Documental 105.

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  1. A very clever series of sketches has here been given us by ihe late popular
    novelist, Charles Reade. As might be expected, he has a purpose in writing. It
    is this. He advances and successfully maintains the thesis that “the characters
    of Scripture are a marvel of the mind,” “a part of Scripture truth and aids to
    reasonable faith in a matter where faith is a boon and disbelief a calamity.” The
    qualities, the characteristics of the biblical narratives are such as to make the
    acceptance of the things they relate as true the most reasonable conclusion. This
    view is enforced both by close and pressing argument and by illustrative examples.
    Chief among the latter is a vivid outline of Nehemiah’s character and work.
    Briefer sketches of Jonah, David and Paul follow. The style sometimes verges
    on flippancy but in general the interest is roused and sustained by this new telling
    of the old tales.

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