From: Kevin W. Woodruff (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Jun 13 2001 - 13:58:22 EDT
The best source is the Oxford English Dictionary. It gives the complete
history of any word that has ever been in the English language
At 01:47 PM 6/13/2001 -0400, you wrote:
>Would someone kindly advise me as to the best (online?) source for
>determining the meanings of English biblical terms during the days of good
>old King James? I recently discovered, with your help, that an archaic
>meaning of "demand" (Mt.2:4 KJV) was "inquire," but I went and did a silly
>thing-- I deleted your messages, which included the sources you cited.
>Maybe there's some way to retrieve them, but I don't know how to do it.
>Dr. Theodore H. Mann
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Kevin W. Woodruff, M. Div.
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