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Joseph Henry Allen (1820–1898)

Autor(a) de Allen and Greenough's New Latin Grammar

30+ Works 882 Membros 4 Críticas

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Includes the name: Joseph Henry Allen

Também inclui: J.H. Allen (1)

Obras por Joseph Henry Allen

Allen and Greenough's New Latin Grammar (1888) 792 exemplares, 2 críticas
Judah's Sceptre and Joseph's Birthright (1917) 36 exemplares, 2 críticas

Associated Works

Selections from Ovid, chiefly the Metamorphoses (1890) — Tradutor, algumas edições8 exemplares

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Conhecimento Comum

Outros nomes
Allen, J. H.
Allen, Joseph H.
Data de nascimento
1820
Data de falecimento
1898
Sexo
male
Nacionalidade
USA

Membros

Críticas

 
Assinalado
ME_Dictionary | 1 outra crítica | Mar 19, 2020 |
Part's 1 and 2 are interesting. Part 3 seems is in my opinion purely fiction and is about British Israelism. About Tea Tephi, according to my research she never existed. Also, the Bible clearly states that Jeremiah never married, yet the author asserts that this happened. "Thou shalt not take thee a wife, neither shalt thou have sons or daughters in this place." Jeremiah 16:2. If he had only written parts one and two, I would recommend this book wholeheartedly. As it is, it only adds to the confusion. Where are the 10 tribes? Only God knows and only He can put them back together. "... then the LORD thy God will turn thy captivity, and have compassion upon thee, and will return and gather thee from all the nations, whither the LORD thy God hath scattered thee." Deuteronomy 30:3 "Hear the word of the LORD, O ye nations, and declare it in the isles afar off, and say, He that scattered Israel will gather him, and keep him, as a shepherd doth his flock." Jeremiah 31:10… (mais)
 
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Sunshine1 | 1 outra crítica | Sep 18, 2013 |
Part 1 is about Joseph's Birthright, the promise of many nations to Abraham. Part 2 is about Judah's Sceptre, the promise of a house, throne, and kingdom to David. So far, so good, but Part 3 moves away from the Bible into the realm of speculation. It is about British Israelism, the belief that many early Britons and their royal families were direct lineal descendants of the Lost Tribes of Israel.
 
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MrJack | 1 outra crítica | Oct 4, 2008 |

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Estatísticas

Obras
30
Also by
1
Membros
882
Popularidade
#29,046
Avaliação
4.1
Críticas
4
ISBN
42
Línguas
2

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