Doctrine of Sacred Scripture (Dick translation)


This is a translation of: Doctrina Novae Hierosolymae de Scriptura Sacra, by Emanuel Swedenborg

Translated into English by William C. Dick


Description:

This short work offers a well-structured explanation of how God reveals truths to us via the written Word and how the Old and New Testaments are written by means of correspondences between spiritual and natural things. The literal stories of the Word are important and sacred because they do contain inner layers of meaning.

About this translation:

The literal stories of the Word are important and sacred because they contain deep inner meaning. The Old and New Testaments are based on correspondences between spiritual and natural things.

Created or translated by: William C. Dick

Date of creation: 1954

Credit: Thanks to the Swedenborg Society for permission to use this translation.

Copyright: Swedenborg Society

Copyright Swedenborg Society. All rights reserved.

License: Used with permission - see terms

Obtained from: https://www.swedenborg.org.uk


Publication data:

Published: 1954 in London, England by Swedenborg Society


Suggested Citation:

Doctrine of Sacred Scripture. Translated by William C. Dick. London, England: Swedenborg Society, 1954. Retrieved from: newchristianbiblestudy.org


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