Notes and short epistles
from her aunt, with divers letters from Anna written slyly in the school-room and slipped into her lap, she was already well acquainted with; but of real, genuine letters, stamped by the post-office, rumpled by the mail-bags, consecrated by the steam-boat, this was certainly the first.
is laconic," said D'Artagnan; "and if there had not been a postscript, probably I should not have understood it; but happily there is a postscript.
But it took all Diana's breezy, newsy, delightful epistle
to banish the sting of Ruby's postscript.
He therefore seized the little epistle
, and opened it eagerly.
Even the prophets wrote book after book and epistle
, yet never once hinted at the existence of a great continent on our side of the water; yet they must have known it was there, I should think.
It is so difficult to become clearly possessed of the contents of almost any letter, in a violent hurry, that I had to read this mysterious epistle
again, twice, before its injunction to me to be secret got mechanically into my mind.
This is a long epistle
that I am sending you, but the reason is that today I feel in good spirits after dining at Rataziaev's.
Muted Voices of the New Testament: Readings in the Catholic Epistles
Spanish witnesses long claimed khipus contained historical narratives, biographies and epistles
, but scholars dismissed them as memory aids, providing simple mnemonic tools rather than providing a writing system to preserve information.
Seventy Images of Grace in the Epistles
" presents an interplay of stories of people's actual lives and Epistle
images of grace.
Among the topics are the task and method of exegesis, medical imagery in the pastoral epistles
, whether the Thessalonians wrote to Paul, traditions and theology of care in the New Testament, paranaesis in the Epistle
to Titus, the vertus feminarium in 1 Timothy 2:9-15, self-definition among the cynics, Heracles, Athenagoras on the poets and philosophers, a physical description of Paul, and a review of Helmut Koester's Introduction to the New Testament.
It has long been realised that Horace's three longer epistles
(to Augustus, Florus, and the Pisones)--often amalgamated, probably anachronistically, (5) into a single book called 'Epistles
2' in many modern editions--present a wholly different tone to those of his first.