2 edition of Ban and arrieáre ban found in the catalog.
Ban and arrieáre ban
|Statement||by Andrew Lang|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 118 p. :|
|Number of Pages||118|
|LC Control Number||15002011|
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IntroductionThe "ban" (Heb. cherem) refers to God's command to the Israelites to exterminate 7 tribes living in the land of Canaan (Deut. ,2).There are several moral problems raised by the "ban." The Christian worker should be able to defend this area of biblical revelation (1 Pet.
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Now, 70 years later – since under German law the book is no longer under copyright – a new edition is being been produced by the Institute of Contemporary History in Munich.
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