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Introduction | The Institute for Creation Research
http://www.icr.org/books/defenders/3558
... Introduction to Proverbs. The book of Proverbs has traditionally been ascribed to wise king Solomon, who “spake three thousand proverbs: and...
Proverbs 8:27
http://www.icr.org/bible/Proverbs/8/27
... compass. “Compass” (Hebrew khug) is the same word as “circle” in Isaiah 40:22, as well as “compassed” in Job 26:10. All three clearly refer to...
Proverbs 19:5, 9
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This warning is repeated, with one important modification in Proverbs 19:9. There are several other warnings in Proverbs against...
proverbs of Solomon | The Institute for Creation Research
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... proverbs of Solomon. See note on Proverbs 1:1. The first nine chapters of Proverbs may represent instructions for Solomon, perhaps written by...
Proverbs 9:1
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That built by Folly is seated in the high places of the city (Proverbs...
Who Is The Strange Woman? | The Institute for Creation Research
http://www.icr.org/article/who-strange-woman/
... the nine proverbs written or collected by David for his son Solomon, this “ strange woman” is the subject of at least six urgent and extended...
Proverbs 30:5
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... Every word of God. Note the emphasis that every word of God is pure and worthy of trust—not just some words, but every word, and not just the...
three thousand proverbs | The Institute for Creation Research
http://www.icr.org/books/defenders/1721
... three thousand proverbs. Jewish scholars have long recognized Solomon as the primary author of the Biblical books of Proverbs, Ecclesiastes and Song...
Proverbs 31:30
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the LORD. What a wonderful contrast to the “evil woman” (Proverbs 6:24), the “foolish woman” (Proverbs 9:13), the “brawling...
proverbs | The Institute for Creation Research
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... proverbs. The word “proverb” (Hebrew mashal) is also frequently translated “ parable.” Its basic meaning is “pithy maxim,” also suggesting special insight...
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