The meaning of Allegory in the Bible
(From Easton's Bible Dictionary)

used only in Galatians 4:24, where the apostle refers to the history of Isaac the free-born, and Ishmael the slave-born, and makes use of it allegorically.


See more on the meaning of Allegory in the Bible:
Allegory {International Standard Bible Encyclopedia}

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