Definition of Scribism

1. n. The character and opinions of a Jewish scribe in the time of Christ.

Definition of Scribism

1. Noun. The character and opinions of a Jewish scribe in the time of Jesus Christ. ¹

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Definition of Scribism

1. the art of scribing [n -S]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Scribism

scribblier
scribbliest
scribbling
scribbling block
scribblingly
scribblings
scribbly
scribe
scribed
scriber
scribers
scribes
scribing
scribing block
scribings
scribism (current term)
scribisms
scrid
scrids
scriech
scrieched
scriechs
scried
scriene
scrienes
scries
scrieve
scrieved
scrieves
scrieving

Literary usage of Scribism

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A Dictionary of the Bible: Dealing with Its Language, Literature, and by Samuel Rolles Driver, James Hastings, John Alexander Selbie (1908)
"But scribism had another ride. In times of oppression especially, ... By such means scribism in some measure kept alive the hopes of the nation. ..."

2. The New Message in the Teaching of Jesus by Philipp Bachmann (1907)
"1 The controversy concerns the contrast between Jesus and scribism, ... Alongside of scribism many religious movements existed in Judaism at that time. ..."

3. A History of New Testament Times in Palestine, 175 B. C.-70 A. D. by Shailer Mathews (1899)
"Burdens of scribism. The Mes- is no mere play of scholastic casuistry, but, if once the principle of legalism be granted, ia a legitimate exposition of the ..."

4. Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther by Walter Frederic Adeney (1893)
"scribism rose when prophecy declined. It was a melancholy confession that ... Moreover scribism degenerated into rabbinism, the scholasticism of the Jews. ..."

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