A Critical and Historical Introduction to the Canonical Scriptures of the Old Testatment, כרך 1

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Origin and Progress of the Mosaic Mythology 146
38
THE BOOKS OF MOSES
44
CHAPTER II
49
The epic and prophetic Treatment of these Legends 147 6
51
Traces of the Use of the New Testament in the early Writers
56
Grounds on which these Books were received 22
63
The Canon of Origen 23
69
The Accounts pretended to be contemporary with the Events
70
The Canon of Eusebius 24
77
Use and Canon of the Old Testament among the Christians of
83
THE LAMENTATIONS
89
Canon of the Greek Church in the Fourth Century 26
94
TheirNames 138 28
100
Canon of the Latin Church in the Fourth Century 27
108
Canon of the Protestants and modern Catholics 28
117
The Kind of Composition 272 530
119
The Aramaean Language 32
123
Context and parallel Passages 38
131
CHAPTER III
135
Contents of these Books 29
148
The other Greek Versions
151
Historical Traces of the Existence of the Pentateuch 161
161
THE SONG OF SOLOMON
163
Critical History of the Alexandrian Version
165
Historical Inaccuracy and Contradictions 167
167
Character of the Narrative 173 194
173
Contents of the Book 177 208
177
The Descendants of the Alexandrian Version
183
Compilation of the Book 174
187
The Venetian Version 56
213
The Syriac Peshito 64
240
Descendants of the Peshito
246
Time of the Composition 185
247
Name Division and Contents of the Books of the Chronicles 187
253
Persian Version of the Pentateuch 68
255
CHAPTER IV
257
The same Subject continued 188
263
Descendants of the Vulgate
289
Character of the peculiar Accounts of the Chronicles 191
295
Division of the Text
296
The same Subject continued 197 6
334
Critical Value of this Recension 87
335
The same Subject continued 198 c
340
Traces of a critical Care for the Text in the Talmud 89
342
Additions to the Book of Esther 200
348
The Labors of the Masorites and Contents of the Masora 91
353
Spirit of the prophetic Predictions 204
354
Completion of the Punctuation of the Text Readings of Ben Asher
360
The Composition of the prophetic Books 206
362
Critical Apparatus 96
371
Spurious Passages contained in the First Part 209
373
General Theory of the Ofiice of Criticism 100
377
CHAPTER VI
378
Means of ascertaining the Samaritan Text 107
385
Literary Character of Isaiah 214
391
CHAPTER II
397
HistoricoCritical Grounds of Originality 122
404
Masoretic and Alexandrian Recension 218 a
406
APPENDIX
410
The same Subject concluded 218 d
412
The same Subject concluded 219 d
418
THE BOOK OF
420
Circumstances of his Life and Times 221
425
Q f D History of the Hebrew Language to the Time of its Extinction
428
The same Subject continued 223 6
431
Contents of the Prophecies 227
438
Peculiarities of this Narrative 35
440
His Life and Times 232
445
Character of the Book judging from its Contents 236
451
Contents and Spirit of his Prophecies 239
458
His Life and Times 246
470
E History of the Hebrew Writing Character
473
The same Subject continued 250 b
476
Contents and Spirit of the Prophecy 252
482
Spuriousness of the Book 255
488
Unity of the Book 256
495
Editions of the Vulgate
504
Alexandrian Version of Daniel 258
506
BOOK III
513

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עמוד 60 - Beveridge places them at the end of the second, or the beginning of the third century.
עמוד 29 - Amram to Moses ; Moses to Joshua ; Joshua to the Elders ; the Elders to the Prophets ; the Prophets to the Wise Men ; and then from one to the other down to Solomon. The sign of distress is very little different from that of the Freemasons.
עמוד 58 - Origen, who lived at the end of the second and the beginning of the third century...
עמוד 51 - Jesus which he spake, teaching gentleness and long-suffering : for thus he said :* ' Be ye merciful, that ye may obtain mercy ; forgive, that it may be forgiven unto you ; as you do, so shall it be done unto you ; as you give, so shall it be given unto you ; as ye judge, so shall ye be judged ; as ye show kindness, so shall kindness be shown unto you : with what measure ye mete, with the same shall it be measured to you.
עמוד 302 - So they read in the book in the law of God distinctly, and gave the sense, and caused them to understand the reading.
עמוד 58 - ... somewhat more explicitly, to the evidences of which we are still in possession, and which positively evince its genuineness, — it being understood that these evidences, although extensively applicable to the disputed books, and particularly to the Apocalypse, bear, with a preeminent degree of force, on the four Gospels, the Acts of the Apostles, the thirteen Epistles of Paul,* and the first Epistles of John and Peter.
עמוד 116 - Si quis autem libros ipsos integros cum omnibus suis partibus, prout in Ecclesia Catholica legi consueverunt, et in veteri vulgata Latina editione habentur, pro sacris et canonicis non susceperit; et traditiones praedictas sciens et prudens contempserit; anathema sit.
עמוד 44 - I have also taken a great deal of pains to obtain the learning of the Greeks, and understand the elements of the Greek language, although I have so long accustomed myself to speak our own tongue, that I cannot pronounce Greek with sufficient exactness; for our nation does not encourage those that learn the languages of many nations...
עמוד 201 - Hamadani, who flourished towards the end of the third and the beginning of the fourth century...
עמוד 331 - There be two manner of nations which my heart abhorreth, and the third is no nation: they that sit upon the mountain of Samaria, and they that dwell among the Philistines, and that foolish people that dwell in Sichem.

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