BIB4132/3 Wisdom Literature

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LCSH Keyword
WISDOM--Religious aspects--Christianity Sirach
WISDOM--Biblical teaching Lady Wisdom in Proverbs
WISDOM (Biblical personification) Wisdom of Solomon
WISDOM literature  
JUSTICE--Biblical teaching  
RETRIBUTION--Religious aspects  
FUTURE punishment  
DEATH--Religious aspects--Christianity  
RESURRECTION  
FUTURE life  
WOMEN (Theology)--Biblical teaching  
GOD--Sovereignty  
BIBLE. Job--Theology  
BIBLE. Ecclesiastes--Theology  
BIBLE. Song of Solomon--Theology  

BIBLE. Proverbs--Theology

 

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