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Get critical scholarship combined with devotion to the Bible in this readable and conveniently arranged Bible encyclopedia. Designed for use in all Christian traditions, these volumes contain in-depth articles written by more than 120 scholars from both Europe and America. Both the scholar and the layperson will enjoy detailed articles with images, and tables. Contributors examine hundreds of topics and treat controversial subjects with tact and historical perspective. The Popular and Critical Bible Encyclopedia is a comprehensive resource for biblical study, providing nearly 2,000 pages of reference entries.
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- Offers articles written for popular use by leading scholars
- Combines reverence for Scripture with critical study
- Provides nearly 2,000 pages of reference material
- Title: The Popular and Critical Bible Encyclopedia and Scriptural Dictionary
- Editor: Samuel Fallows
- Howard-Severance Company
- Volumes: 3
- Pages: 1,975
About Samuel Fallows
Samuel Fallows (1835–1922) was a Methodist minister, Superintendent of Public Education of Wisconsin, and Colonel in the Union Army during the Civil War. Born in England, Fallows was educated at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, served as a minister in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, until the beginning of the Civil War and entered the Army as a Chaplain in the 40th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Regiment. After the war, President Andrew Johnson advanced him to brigadier general in recognition for his service. In 1875 he joined the Reformed Episcopal Church, and was the serving chaplain at the dedication of the Lincoln memorial in Washington D.C.