Item description for Numbers In The Bible by Robert D. Johnston...
Overview Numbers in the Bible is an insightful presentation of the accuracy of scriptural numerics and the perfection of the son of god in numerical ways. The reader will find profit as well as inspiration from this intriguing study.
Publishers Description Johnston develops his fascinating investigation of biblical numerology by showing the uniqueness of the eternal Word of God and its God-breathed inspiration.
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Studio: Kregel Classics
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.99" Width: 5.27" Height: 0.29" Weight: 0.25 lbs.
Release Date Dec 14, 1999
Publisher Kregel Publications
ISBN 082542965X ISBN13 9780825429651
Availability 13 units. Availability accurate as of Feb 20, 2017 12:54.
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More About Robert D. Johnston
Robert D. Johnston was a Bible teacher among Brethren assemblies in Britain. His other works include The Man Who Moved Multitudes; Resurrection: Myth or Miracle?; The Solace of the Shadowland; and Sound Speech.
Robert D. Johnston currently resides in the state of Connecticut.
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Very handy... Aug 22, 2002
Why the repetetive use of the number "7" in the Bible? Why do biblical authors continually use the numbers "3" or "12" to describe certain things? Robert D. Johnston created a book, a very small book, which answers some of the questions behind the use of certain common numbers in the Bible. If you're a Biblical scholar, you may want something meatier like "Spice of Torah" by Locks or perhaps "Biblical Numerology" by John J. Davis. However, I must admit that this book is quite handy when a quick answer is needed.