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Posted 04 March 2013 - 08:43 AM

File Name: Newberry, Thomas - Solomon's Temple and Its Teachings
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File Submitted: 04 Mar 2013
File Updated: 04 Mar 2013
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Author: Thomas Newberry
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Thomas Newberry meticulously studied the Temple, developed several models of it, and demonstrated its features with his many lectures on the subject. Now you can tap into Newberry's extensive knowledge on the features and aspects of Solomon's Temple.

About Thomas Newberry

Newberry was born into a Christian household in 1811. Although little is known about his early years, it is reported that through the witness of his older sister and mother, both believers, he was born again at a young age. He eventually came into fellowship with other Christians at the Plymouth Brethren assembly on Meadow Street, Weston-super-Mare, Somerset, UK. He based his decision to join with the Brethren based on his studies of Scripture, and from 1840 had devoted himself to studying the Bible not just in English but in its original languages of Hebrew and Greek.

After a number of years of serious study, Newberry published The Englishman's Bible in 1886, and it's this amongst his many other works that became his most famous legacy. He also contributed Bible teaching articles to The Witness and other Christian magazines, as well as conducting an extensive correspondence with Bible students across the world. Newberry passed away in his sleep at Weston-super-Mare on 16th January, 1901, at the age of ninety.

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