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Notes On The Book Of Numbers by Charles Mackintosh

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Number of Pages448
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Open LibraryOL8464077M
ISBN 101417973846
ISBN 109781417973842

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  Author: Moses was the author of the Book of Numbers. Date of Writing: The Book of Numbers was written between and B.C. Purpose of Writing: The message of the Book of Numbers is universal and timeless. It reminds believers of the spiritual warfare in which they are engaged, for Numbers is the book of the service and walk of God’s people. CliffsNotes is the original (and most widely imitated) study guide. CliffsNotes study guides are written by real teachers and professors, so no matter what you're studying, CliffsNotes can ease your homework headaches and help you score high on exams. Founded in by Clifton Keith Hillegass, CliffsNotes is the original company that produced study guides and book summaries . The Arrangement of the Tribal Camps - The LORD said to Moses and Aaron: “The Israelites are to camp around the tent of meeting some distance from it, each of them under their standard and holding the banners of their family.” On the east, toward the sunrise, the divisions of the camp of Judah are to encamp under their standard. The leader of the people of Judah is Nahshon son . This summary of the Book of Numbers will help with many different forms of Bible Study: Numbers is the fourth book of the law or Pentateuch. It takes its name in the LXX. and Vulgate (whence our "Numbers") from the double numbering or census of the people, the first of which is given in Chapters , and the second in Chapter Contents.

The Book of Numbers • oi, “Numbers” (LXX). Numeri, (Latin). rB:ïd>miB. B’midbar, “In the Wilderness.” • Covers 38 years, from the giving of the Law at Sinai to the eve of the Conquest. • Chronicle of successes and failures of the “Wilderness Wander-ings.” It is a book about arrested progress: it took only 40 File Size: KB.   I would recommend the book Numbers by Rachel Ward to a friend because the book has a very unique and engaging plot. In the beginning of the book Jem (one of the main characters) says, There are places were kids like me go. Sad kids, bad kids, kids that are different. Any day of the week, if you know were to look youll find us/5. Genre/Form: Commentaries: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Mackintosh, Charles Henry, Notes on the book of Numbers. New York: Loizeaux Brothers. Number the Stars Book Summary Number the Stars is a historical novel set in Denmark during World War II. Lowry has written the novel in third person ("He says," as opposed to, "I said," which is first person), using a limited omniscient viewpoint (only .