The Song of Songs, Which Is by Solomon: A New Translation: With a Commentary and Notes (Classic Reprint)

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1kg Limited, 19 jul. 2015 - 362 pagina's
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Essay 1. ON the origin of language, Sic. Particularly of figurative language and allegory and of the Hebrew poetry and musm.

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Thomas Williams has written 14 books, both fiction and nonfiction, including three with Josh McDowell. He has ghostwritten another dozen books for several popular authors. Formerly the executive art director for Word Publishing, Tom has designed or illustrated more than 2,000 book covers and now serves as a creative consultant to several publishers. He and his wife, Faye, have three married daughters and eight grandchildren. They live in Granbury, Texas near Fort Worth.

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