Definition of Postbiblical

1. Adjective. Subsequent to biblical times.

Partainyms: Bible



Definition of Postbiblical

1. Adjective. After the publication of the Bible. ¹

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Definition of Postbiblical

1. [adj]

Postbiblical Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Postbiblical

postattack
postauction
postaxial
postbaccalaureate
postback
postbacks
postbag
postbags
postbailout
postbankruptcy
postbariatric
postbase
postbases
postbattle
postbellum
postbiblical (current term)
postbinge
postboomer
postbop
postbounce
postbourgeois
postbox
postboxes
postboxing
postboy
postboys
postbreakup
postbubble
postburn
postbus

Literary usage of Postbiblical

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1. Proceedings of the Society of Biblical Archaeology by Society of Biblical Archaeology (1897)
"... forms and constructions in the Hebrew Text A. of Tobit, some of which are postbiblical. ... "n (postbiblical). — 15 : D-31^ »J>m (= worked for many). ..."

2. Proceedings by Society of Biblical Archæology (London, England), Society of Biblical Archæology (London, England). (1897)
"... 100 vn Peculiar forms and constructions in the Hebrew Text A. of Tobit, some of which are postbiblical. I, 6: Yby 13^ ^Bt5'•|l (v. VIII, 4. cf. Lament. ..."

3. Catalogue of the Hebrew Books in the Library of the British Museum by Joseph Zedner (1867)
"Translations of postbiblical Hebrew works. 2. Works in the Arabic, Spanish, ... Bibliographical works with special reference to postbiblical literature, ..."

4. Systematic Theology: A Compendium and Commonplace-book Designed for the Use by Augustus Hopkins Strong (1909)
"Dalman, in his work on The Words of Jesus in the Light of postbiblical Writing and the Aramaic Language, contends that the Greek phrase translated " kingdom ..."

5. The Religious Teaching of the Old Testament by Albert Cornelius Knudson (1918)
"And not until postbiblical times did they become the property of Hebrew and Christian thought. Spirit, as we find it in the Scriptures, was a rarefied form ..."

6. The Religious Teaching of the Old Testament by Albert Cornelius Knudson (1918)
"l And not until postbiblical times did they become the property of Hebrew and Christian thought. ..."

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