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Darby later left the Church of Ireland, but his ideas were popularized in the 1909 Scofield Reference Bible
published by the British Oxford University Press.
The latter was instrumental in translating the Scofield Reference Bible
into Chinese and introducing dispensationalism to the Chinese church via a hugely popular correspondence course.
The Oxford University Press appointed Scofield as editor, and the Scofield Reference Bible
has been a best-seller especially in the US for nearly 100 years.
D'Elia records the multiple private and public ways Ladd tried to resuscitate the evangelical sophistication he believed directed the early twentieth-century publication of The Fundamentals and the Scofield Reference Bible
Scofield Reference Bible
(since 1909) that did much to spread
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Harold Brooks-Baker, who headed the ultimate reference bible
for the titled classes, has died at the age of 71.
Harold Brooks-Baker, publishing director of Burke's Peerage, a reference bible
for the titled classes, said: 'Burke's Peerage is very concerned there is no definite policy on the future of the monarchy.
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By the 20th century, it gamed prominence in the United States among fundamentalist Christians, particularly through study notes written by Cyrus Scofield in the Scofield Reference Bible
, published in 1909.
Scofield's Reference Bible
remains the definitive guidebook for dispensationalists today.