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Thomas Scott

(1747—1821) Church of England clergyman and biblical scholar


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(1747–1821),

biblical commentator. His Commentary on the Bible, issued in weekly numbers between 1788 and 1792, had a huge circulation. It sought to find the message in each section of the the Bible and refused to shirk difficulties.

Subjects: Christianity.


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