M'Caul D.D.

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Objections do not destroy the historic character of the Pentateuch. But it is well to remember, that, independently of all solutions of difficulties, there is testimony sufficient to prove its genuineness and Divine origin. That testimony is found in the books of the Old and {s
The correctness of this statement is abundantly proved by the writings of Ezekiel, who was himself a captive. He bad been carried away eleven years before the destruction of Jerusalem, began to prophesy in the fifth year of the captivity, and continued to prophesy at
Ezra, Nehemiah, and the Later Prophets.
Ezra, Nehemiah, and the Later Prophets.
Ezra, Nehemiah, And The Later Prophets.
But the Christian has still stronger reasons for believing in the genuineness and divine origin of the Pentateuch. He has the testimony of the Son of God and His inspired apostles. And here it is to be observed, in the first place,
The Kings, And The Early Prophets.
The Kings, And The Prophets.