A History of the Jewish People in the Time of Jesus Christ, Volume 1

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T. & T. Clark, 1890 - Apocryphal books (Old Testament)
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I initially purchased this set for reference only, but as I browse through the first book I intend on reading and studying the entire set. I am really interested in church history and books like this ... Read full review

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Has a lot of useful information, when cross referenced with other materials. It especially seems it was designed this way with the first volume being a reference source to other materials Read full review

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Page 6 - Connexions ; or, the Old and New Testaments connected, in the History of the Jews and neighbouring Nations; from the Declension of the Kingdoms of Israel and Judah to the Time of Christ.
Page 21 - Fasti Sacri, or a Key to the Chronology of the New Testament ; comprising an Historical Harmony of the Four Gospels, and Chronological Tables generally from BC 70 to AD 70 : with a Preliminary Dissertation and other Aids.
Page 264 - Then did they till their ground in peace, and the earth gave her increase, and the trees of the field their fruit. The ancient men sat all in the streets, communicating together of good things, and the young men put on glorious and warlike apparel.
Page 17 - WILSON. -THE LANDS OF THE BIBLE VISITED AND DESCRIBED, in an Extensive Journey undertaken with special reference to the promotion of Biblical Research and the advancement of the Cause of Philanthropy. By John Wilson, DDFRS Honorary President of the Bombay Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society.
Page 190 - Jordan, towards the end of the third and the beginning of the second century, " Judea " and " Samaria " formed each a separately administered province alongside of " Coele-Syria " and
Page 140 - Sayings of the Jewish Fathers, comprising Pirqe Aboth and Pereq R. Meir in Hebrew and English, with Critical and Illustrative Notes ; and specimen pages of the Cambridge University Manuscript of the Mishnah 'Jerushalmith', from which the Text o'f Aboth is taken.
Page 118 - Halacha; this blending being most conspicuous in the Babylonian Talmud, and least discernible in the Mishna. The Haggada makes its appearance mainly in the form of commentaries on the Scripture text The Halachic, as well as the Haggadic commentaries, may be comprehended under the general name of Midrashim. The traditional conception of the Scripture text is given expression to in the Aramaic translations or the Targums. They too, therefore, are to be mentioned here, although in the form in which...
Page 33 - ASCOLI, Iscrizioni inedite o mal note greche, latine, ebraiche di antichi sepolcri giudaici del Napolitano.
Page 316 - O God, the King of the whole world! since those that stand now with me are thy people, and those that are besieged are also thy priests, I beseech thee, that thou wilt neither hearken to the prayers of those against these, nor bring to effect what these pray against those.
Page 210 - Though all the nations that are under the King's dominion obey him, and fall away every one from the religion of their fathers, and give consent to his commandments ; yet will I, and my sons, and my brethren, walk in the covenant of our fathers.

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