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Document(en) uit de collectie Chemische Procestechnologie

Schriftuurlijk schriftgezag

The purpose of this study is to investigate w hat suggestions for a biblical doctrine of the authority of Scripture the New Testament offers in the way in which it uses Scripture and how these suggestions can be made fruitful dogmatically. 1. The first chapter deals in its beginning with the influence which the structure of the Old Testament canon exercizes in the use which the New Testament makes of it. Thereafter the place of the Septuagint as interpretative translation of the Old Testament...

Bronnen, bronbeken en bronbossen van Nederland, in het bijzonder die van de Veluwezoom : een plantensociologische en oecologische studie

Maas, F.M. (1959)
The study was of some aspects of the occurrence of springs in the Netherlands, in particular those of the Veluwe Fringe, but also in Twente and south Limburg. These aspects were compared with those in Germany, France, Belgium and Austria. Along the Veluwe Fringe water percolates through layers of gravel or coarse sand to the impermeable layers of clay or sand and mud be neath; the springs rise where the junction of these layers reaches the surface. Many springs have arisen through excavations...