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  • P (A-Z entry)

    Symbol used by OT scholars to designate the Priestly source or Priestly Writer who is regarded by the majority of OT scholars as being ...

    Source: A Dictionary of the Bible

  • P (A-Z entry)

    The abbreviation for the Priestly source in the Pentateuch . Definitively identified in the nineteenth century, P is classically described as a creation of ...

    Source: The Oxford Companion to the Bible

  • The P Source (Chapters)

    The Tetrateuch contains a great deal of material that does not belong either to J or to E in terms of its literary style, ...

    Source: The Oxford Study Bible

  • Pagan Critiques of Scripture (Chapters)

    Christian commentators were also pushed by pagan scholars hostile to their religion to examine several problematic aspects of Scripture. Three pagan critics were particularly ...

    Source: The Oxford Study Bible; from chapter Biblical Interpretation in the Early Church

  • pageId="315"Baruch (Chapters)

    [ see pages 1151–1160 of the Old Testament]

    Source: pageId="iii"The Catholic Study Bible

  • pageId="315"Baruch (Chapters)

    Baruch, son of Neriah, was the secretary of the great prophet Jeremiah. He wrote down the prophet’s preaching to preserve it for later generations, ...

    Source: pageId="iii"The Catholic Study Bible; from chapter pageId="315"Baruch

  • pageId="482"Before Beginning … (Chapters)

    Thessalonica was the capital and major city of the Roman province of Macedonia, about one hundred miles southwest of Philippi along a major Roman ...

    Source: pageId="iii"The Catholic Study Bible; from chapter 1 Thessalonians

  • pageId="279"Chapter 10 (Chapters)

    See RG 151–52 d : Jos 6:21 , 24 ; 8:26–29 .

    Source: pageId="iii"The Catholic Study Bible; from chapter pageId="268"The Book of Joshua

  • pageId="318"Chapter 16 (Chapters)

    See RG 162–64 a : Jgs 14:15 .

    Source: pageId="iii"The Catholic Study Bible; from chapter The Book of Judges

  • pageId="334"Chapter 2 (Chapters)

    See RG 170–71 h : Dt 33:17 ; 2 Sm 22:3 ; Ps 18:2 ; 89:18 ; Is 61:10 ; Lk 1:47 , 69

    Source: pageId="iii"The Catholic Study Bible; from chapter The First Book of Samuel

  • pageId="534"Chapter 26 (Chapters)

    See RG 203–4 o : 2 Kgs 14:21–22 ; 15:1–3 .

    Source: pageId="iii"The Catholic Study Bible; from chapter The Second Book of Chronicles

  • pageId="391"Chapter 19 (Chapters)

    See RG 180–82 x : 2 Sm 15:30 .

    Source: pageId="iii"The Catholic Study Bible; from chapter The Second Book of Samuel

  • pageId="418"Chapter 10 (Chapters)

    See RG 188 o : Mt 12:42 ; Lk 11:31 .

    Source: pageId="iii"The Catholic Study Bible; from chapter pageId="401"The First Book of Kings

  • pageId="458"Chapter 14 (Chapters)

    See RG 195 j : Dt 24:16 ; Ez 18:20 .

    Source: pageId="iii"The Catholic Study Bible; from chapter The Second Book of Kings

  • pageId="516"Chapter 8 (Chapters)

    See RG 203 z : 1 Kgs 9:10–11 .

    Source: pageId="iii"The Catholic Study Bible; from chapter The Second Book of Chronicles

  • pageId="320"Ezekiel (Chapters)

    [ see pages 1161–1220 of the Old Testament]

    Source: pageId="iii"The Catholic Study Bible

  • pageId="320"Ezekiel (Chapters)

    The book of Ezekiel is a unique blend of divine utterance (rather than prophetic utterance), strange imagery, and careful arrangement. It is the only ...

    Source: pageId="iii"The Catholic Study Bible; from chapter pageId="320"Ezekiel

  • pageId="100"Genesis (Chapters)

    [ see pages 9–81 of the Old Testament]

    Source: pageId="iii"The Catholic Study Bible

  • pageId="296"Jeremiah (Chapters)

    [ see pages 1071–1142 of the Old Testament]

    Source: pageId="iii"The Catholic Study Bible

  • pageId="296"Jeremiah (Chapters)

    Jeremiah began his prophetic ministry in 627 bc , during the reform initiated by King Josiah ( 640–609 ) and is last heard from ...

    Source: pageId="iii"The Catholic Study Bible; from chapter pageId="296"Jeremiah

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