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Bible in the British Museum by Ada R. Habershon

Ada Ruth Habershon [1861-1918]
Ada Ruth Habershon [1861-1918]

Today’s free book is Ada Ruth Habershon’s The Bible in the British Museum. This public domain title was digitised from the copy previously owned by both Terence C. Mitchell and Donald J. Wiseman. Ada Habershon was a British author, hymn-writer and friend of Charles H. Spurgeon, R.A. Torrey, Dwight L. Moody and Ira Sankey. She wrote over 200 hymns, the most well-known being the original version of “Will the Circle be unbroken”, written in 1907.

Ada Ruth Habershon [1861-1918], The Bible in the British Museum. London: Marshall, Morgan & Scott, Ltd., 1909. Hbk. pp.152. [Click here to visit the download page for this title]

Table of Contents

Ada Ruth Habershon [1861-1918], The Bible in the British Museum
  • Preface by Sir Robert Anderson
  • Introduction
  1. The Roman Gallery
  2. The Ephesus Room
  3. The Elgin Gallery
  4. The Hittite Section
  5. The Nimrud Central Saloon
  6. The Assyrian Saloon and Basement
  7. The Nineveh Gallery
  8. The Egyptian Room
  9. Babylonian and Assyrian Room
  10. Early Christian Antiquities
  11. Pheonecian Remains
  12. The Egyptian Gallery
  13. How We Got Our Bible
  14. Church History
  15. Conclusion
  • Index of Passages of Scripture
  • Index

Main image: The British Museum. Photo Credit: Image by Hulki Okan Tabak from Pixabay

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