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Definition of Scribal
1. pertaining to a public clerk or secretary [adj]
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Literary usage of Scribal
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1. A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the Book of Proverbs by Crawford Howell Toy (1899)
"Hitzig regards the Heb. v.27 as a superfluous scribal amplification ; however, it adds something to the thought of vK, is not out of keeping with the tone ..."
2. History of the Hebrews: Their Political, Social and Religious Development by Frank Knight Sanders (1914)
"XV THE ESTABLISHMENT OF JUDAISM UNDER scribal INFLUENCE ON THE BASIS OF THE FULL LEVITICAL LAW. 516-400 BC (EZRA 4:6-23; 7-10; NEHEMIAH; ISAIAH 34, 35, ..."
3. The Background of the Gospels: Or, Judaism in the Period Between the Old and by William Fairweather (1908)
"Jewish legalism appears in two forms, priestly and scribal, " Temple" being the watchword of the former, and " Scripture " that of the latter. ..."
4. A Short History of the Hebrew Text of the Old Testament by Thomas Hunter Weir (1899)
"... DOCUMENTS: CLASSIFICATION OF scribal ERRORS. The consonantal text of the Hebrew Bible as it existed in the first century and as it exists still, ..."
5. Jesus and the Prophets: An Historical, Exegetical, and Inter-pretative by Charles S. Macfarland (1905)
"The Challenge to scribal Interpretation Mark xii., 36, 37; Matthew xxii.,-45; Luke xx., 42, : from Psalm ex., i. [Compare Psalm viii., 7 (6). ..."
6. Jesus and the Prophets: An Historical, Exegetical, and Inter-pretative by Charles S. Macfarland (1905)
"The Challenge to scribal Interpretation Mark xii., 36, 37; Matthew xxii.,-45; Luke xx., 42, : from Psalm ex., 1. [Compare Psalm viii., 7 (6). ..."