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Expositor's Bible: The Book of Leviticus

by S. H. Kellogg

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Born: 1839
Died: 1899
Related topics: Braj language--Grammar, Buddhism--Relations--Christianity, Christianity and other religions--Buddhism, Christianity and other religions, Commentaries
Basic information: Dr Samuel Henry Kellogg (1839–1899) was an American Presbyterian missionary in India who played the major role in revising and retranslating the Hindi Bible. His colleagues in the translation were William Hooper and Joseph Arthur Lambert. Kellogg was also one of the leading advocates of the change in American Evangelical theology from postmillennialism to premillennialism between 1870 and 1910.
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