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Following a week of protests from students and scholars around the world, the university of sheffield decided not to close its biblical studies department. The new testament monographs series offers fresh and attractive studies, many of them with a special emphasis on. Journal for interdisciplinary biblical studies, as well as our own recentlylaunched book series. Were one of the leading global institutes for innovative, multidisciplinary research on the bible. A multidisciplinary team of contributors engage in a multifaceted examination of the bibles place in culture, ancient and modern, high and low. Old scofield study bible classic edition, kjv, bonded leather burgundy. According to their own website after a period 201617 when sheffield phoenix presss. Haggai was a prophet of the restored remnant after the 70 years captivity. Bible activity book, volume 1 ages 7 and up 9781593170110. This free bible class book has questions for each section pdf file size. Books about sheffield in south yorkshire, its history, heritage, culture, buildings, people, etc. It has approximately 48 pages and you can take it anywhere.
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