An exposition of the lavves of Moses
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An exposition of the lavves of Moses viz. [brace] morall, ceremoniall, judiciall : in two volumes, containing an explanation of divers questions and positions for the right understanding thereof ... together with an explanation of sundry difficult texts of scripture ... all which are cleared out of the originall languages, the Hebrew and the Greeke, and out of the distinctions of the schoolemen and cases of the casuists by John Weemes

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Published by Printed by T.C. for Iohn Bellamie, and are to be sold at his shop at the signe of the three Golden Lyons in Cornehill, neere the Royall Exchange in London .
Written in English


  • Ten commandments -- Early works to 1800,
  • Jewish law

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Statementby Iohn Weemse ..
SeriesEarly English books, 1475-1640 -- 1906:1
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v. in one
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15402475M

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The Life of Moses: God's First Deliverer of Israel. Boice, James M. Ultra-Clearance Title: This title has limited availability at this price. Once our stock has lowered, the price may increase. In the event we are not able to fulfill this part of your order it will be canceled automatically. Moses grows up taught and trained in Pharaoh's court. From the age of twenty to forty he was "mighty in words and deeds" (Acts ). He, according to historian Josephus, becomes general of the Egyptian army and leads a successful campaign against the Ethiopians (Antiquities (History) of the Jews, Book . A Commentary Upon the Fourth Book of Moses. Published: London Ri Chiswell. Size: " by 6" Pagination: [4], pp. A very scarce, bright religious commentary on the fourth book of Moses. Written by noted theologian, Simon Patrick. £ weight: 1kgs / stock code: L Qty. Add to Basket. The book of Moses greatly increases our understanding of Enoch’s life, ministry, and teachings: Moses –36 tells of Enoch’s call, verses 37–47 record his words against the works of men, verses 48–68 contain his message of salvation, and Moses 7 is a record of his remarkable visions of God and of future events on this earth. Enoch.

  Steven J. Cole. Steve served as the pastor of Flagstaff Christian Fellowship from May, through his retirement in December, From he was the pastor of Lake Gregory Community Church in Crestline, California. The Assumption of Moses (otherwise called the Testament of Moses) is a 1st century Jewish apocryphal pseudepigraphical work. It purports to contain secret prophecies Moses revealed to Joshua before passing leadership of the Israelites to him. It contains apocalyptic themes, but is characterized as a "testament", meaning it has the final speech of a dying person, Moses. Exodus And the Lord said unto Moses In answer to his request: whosoever hath sinned against me, him will I blot out of my book; not that anyone that is really in the book of life is ever blotted out, or that anyone predestinated or ordained to eternal life ever perish: but some persons may think themselves, and they may seem to be written in that book, or to be among the number of God's. He was a prophet and a servant of God, he led the children of Israel in the wilderness. In the book of Hebrews the writer said that Moses and all his house was faithful.(Heb); (Rev. ). Then Moses was faithful! Moses said in Deut. that Jehovah was angry with him for Israels sake and he didn't get to go into the promise land.

For those who view Moses in light of Charleton Heston, or a Michelangelo statue (pictured on the cover), Jonathan Kirsch will dispell these views and provide many other facets of analysis on the life of Moses. Viewing the life of Moses through the lenses of the Bible, the Talmud, other Midrashim as well as popular legend, archaeology, sociology Reviews: An excellent book and spiritual exposition on the life and adventures of Moses and the Israelite people in Exodus. Some parts were dense and required re-reading to fully understand the point St. Gregory is making. The book is also works as a very good example on /5. The reason Moses is the best, is the lessons, insights, and life applications that Chuck draws out of a story that you've likely heard and read several times. If you haven't read this book, I would highly recommend it, although any of the Great Lives books are good to revisit for personal study, sermons, or Bible study s: These two Books were revealed by God, the Almighty, to his faithful servant Moses, on Mount Sinai, intervale lucis, and in this manner they also came into the hands of Aaron, Caleb, Joshua, and finally to David and his son Solomon and their high priest Sadock. Therefore, they are Bibliis arcanum arcanorum, which means, Mystery of all Mysteries.