The Berean Expositor
Volume 25 - Page 162 of 190
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we do not wish to spend time in vain; but what little we have seen by a casual reading
convinces us that much more awaits the careful searcher. We trust the reader has
received some help from these articles, and that the Apocryphal books of the O.T. have
assumed a more kindly appearance. Another useful office filled by the Apocrypha is that
of bridging the gulf between Malachi and Matthew, so supplying material that enable us
to understand the changed conditions that we find upon opening the pages of the N.T.
This, however, hardly falls under our title, "The Volume of the Book" and must await
another series.