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Just published, in demy 8vo, price 12s.,
By ALFRED CAVE, B.A.,
We can most heartily recommend this work to students of every degree of attainment, and not only to those who will have the opportunity of utilizing its aid in the most sacred of the professions, but to all who desire to encourage and systematise their knowledge and clarify their views of Divine things.'-Nonconformist and English Independent.
• We know of no work more likely to prove useful to divinity students. Its arrangement is perfect, its learning accurate and extensive, and its practical hints invaluable.'Christian World.
• Professor Cave is a master of theological science. He is one of the men to whose industry there seems no limit. ... We can only say that we have rarely read a book with more cordial approval.'— Baptist Magazine.
Just published, in croun 8vo, price 4s. 6d.,
By D. W. SIMON,
We heartily recommend every one who desires a better understanding of the true character of the Book of Books to procure it at once and make a study of it. . . . A more completely satisfactory book we have not had through our hands for a long time.'-Aberdeen Journal.
Just published, in crown 8vo, price 38. 6d.,
as opposed to the Development Theorists.
THE UNIVERSITY, LEIPZIG.
"An admirable little volume. . . . By sincere and earnest minded students it will be cordially welcomed.'-Freeman. • Every page of the book deserves study.'—Church Bells.
Just published, in crown 8vo, price 6s.,
NEW TESTAMENT TEACHING IN
By J. T. BECK, D.D.,
PROF. ORD. THEOL., TÜBINGEN.
EDITED BY PROFESSOR B. RIGGENBACH. TRANSLATED BY REV. JAS. M.CLYMONT, B.D., AND Rev. THOS. NICOL, B.D.
"The volume contains much whicb any thoughtful and earnest Christian minister will find belpful and suggestive to him for the wise and efficient discharge of his sacred functions.'-Literary World.
THE BIBLICAL COSMOGONY IN THE LIGHT
OF MODERN SCIENCE.
BY PROFESSOR ARNOLD GUYOT, LL.D.
“The subject of Professor Guyot's book is certain to attract attention in times like ours, when so many people are perplexed and troubled by the apparent antagonism of scientific discoveries and the Bible narrative.'-Literary World.
• Dr. Guyot writes as a man of science, and with a competent knowledge on the scientific side of the subject of which he treats; and we do not doubt that his little work, which is well written and nicely illustrated, will be welcome to many.'--Scotsman.
The issue of this book is a fitting conclusion to a beautiful career. . . . This, his last book, coming from the author's death bed, will serve two causes; it will aid science by showing that it is a friend of the faith, and it will aid Christianity by showing that it need not fear the test of the latest scientific research.'— Presbyterian Review.
"A very able effort to reconcile the Mosaic account of the Creation and the conclusions of science.'-Spectator.
*Written with much knowledge and tact, . . . suggestive and stimulating.'- British Quarterly Review.
Dr. Guyot has come to his task with a breadth of scientific culture and a philosophic spirit which render him an unexceptionable witness on the side of science, while his work shows him to be none the less a devout believer in Creation. The book is one in an unusual degree able and suggestive, and we have peculiar pleasure in recommending it to our readers.'-Literary Churchman.
We have satisfaction in recommending it as containing the outlines of a sound interpretation ... those interested in the subject would do well to read.'- Nonconformist.
Dr. Guyot's book is reverently and interestingly written, and contains suggestions which students of both records—the Bible and Geology-will find of service.'--Glasgow Herald.
EDINBURGH ; T. & T. CLARK, 38 GEORGE STREET.
MOSAIC HISTORY OF CREATION IN ITS RELATION
TO NATURAL SCIENCE.
DR. FR. H. REUSCH,
Revised and corrected by the Dutbor.
Translated from the Fourth Edition