An American Rococo Carved And Laminated Rosewood Bergere, Attributed To John Henry Belter, New York, Base Relief Crest Carved With Roses And Mask, Waisted Back With Reticulated Acanthus Carved Stiles Continuing To Barrel-Form Arms, Serpentine Seat Rail, Cabriole Legs c. Mid 19th Century
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John Chapter 8 .... Whispered Bible Reading John Chapter 8 begins with the famous story of the woman taken in adultery. What Jesus did here is actually quite brilliant. The Pharisees thought they "had him" on a point of law, which would force Jesus to give a ruling. If he condemned the woman, there would be political implications; if he didn't, then they could accuse him of not being faithful to the Law of Moses,