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  • ISBN 0687202280
  • ISBN13 978-0687202287
  • Language English
  • Author Norman H. Snaith
  • Publisher Abingdon Press (1950)
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The Jewish New Year festival, 1948. The Jews from Cyrus to Herod, 1949. Mercy and sacrifice; a study of the book of Hosea, 1953. e. Hebrew Old Testament, 1958

For Henry James Snaith, see Henry Snaith. The Jewish New Year festival, 1948. Hebrew Old Testament, 1958. Leviticus and Numbers, 1967. The Book of Job; its origin and purpose, 1968. Prolegomenon', in Christian D. Ginsburg (ed. and t. Introduction to the Rabbinic Bible by Jacob ben Hayyim ibn Adonijah.

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Snaith became a Primitive Methodist minister, taking up pastoral work until appointed Professor of Old Testament at Wesley College in 1936. He became Principal of Wesley College in 1954, and retired in 1961 Publications by Snaith. Studies in the Psalter, 1934. The distinctive ideas of the Old Testament, 1944. Leviticus and Numbers, 1967

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Norman Henry Snaith (1898–1982) was a British Old Testament scholar and a Professor at Wesley College, Leeds. 1 Education and early life. a b Anderson, G. W. (1983). Norman Henry Snaith, 1898–1982". Journal of Semitic Studies (2): 355. doi:10.