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  • The parenthetical remark "that is, the Salt Sea," does not commit the author of it, as commentators so frequently assert at this point, to the view that the entire Dead Sea is the result of the catastrophe reported in chapter nineteen.

    Exposition of Genesis: Volume 1

  • Numbers 34: 10-13 that in the east coast the land from the Jordan to the Salt Sea was to be his.

    CreationWiki - Recent changes [en]

  • Numbers 34: 10-13 that in the east coast the land from the Jordan to the Salt Sea was to be his.

    CreationWiki - Recent changes [en]

  • Now she kneels beside her couch, tears flowing, flowing, tears enough to fill the Salt Sea.

    Evan Eisenberg: Mary Christ (Part 5)

  • His feet carried him downward -- away from the cliffs and springs, the playgrounds of the wild goats, toward the Salt Sea.

    Evan Eisenberg: Mary Christ (Part 5)

  • Aylah takes the shore of the Salt Sea, to a place called

    The Land of Midian

  • The water was as warm and dense as a living thing against my naked flesh, and I found that if I remained perfectly still, my limbs stretched out limply and my hair in a great cloud along my arms and back, it was difficult to perceive where Mary Russell ended and the Salt Sea began.

    O Jerusalem

  • The water was as warm and dense as a living thing against my naked flesh, and I found that if I remained perfectly still, my limbs stretched out limply and my hair in a great cloud along my arms and back, it was difficult to perceive where Mary Russell ended and the Salt Sea began.

    O Jerusalem

  • In saying that the battle was fought in the vale of Siddim, or in the open plain, which, when Moses wrote, had become the Salt Sea, it is not to be doubted that the Dead Sea, or the lake Asphaltites, is meant.

    Commentary on Genesis - Volume 1

  • The words, therefore, of Gen.xiv. 3 obviously signify, as given in the Latin Vulgate and in Luther's German, "the vale of Siddim, which is _now_ the Salt Sea."

    Byeways in Palestine

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