A History of the Jewish People in the Time of Jesus Christ, Volume 3

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Clark, 1896 - Apocrypha
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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 27 - Hebrew text had been fixed, in the form in which it has come down to us, in the...
Page 36 - Nicaena in numero sanctarum scripturarum legitur computasse, acquievi postulationi vestrae immo exactioni : et sepositis occupationibus quibus vehementer arctabar, huic unam lucubratiunculam dedi, magis sensum e sensu, quam ex verbo verbum transferens. Multorum codicum varietatem vitiosissimam amputavi : sola ea quae intelligentia integra in verbis Chaldaeis invenire potui, Latinis expressi.
Page 72 - The Book of Enoch the Prophet: an Apocryphal Production supposed to have been lost for ages ; but discovered at the close of the last century in Abyssinia, now first translated from an Ethiopic MS. in the Bodleian Library.
Page 235 - Nachdem bemerkt ist, daß t» scripturis canonicis nirgendwo materia in kosmologischem Sinn vorkomme, heißt es princ. IV, 33 (vol. I, 192) nisi tantummodo in sapientia quae dicitur Salomonis, qui utique liber non ab omnibus in auctoritate, habetur.
Page 174 - Illud quoque lectorem admoneo, Danielem non juxta LXX. interpretes sed juxta Theodotionem ecclesias legere, qui utique post adventum Christi incredulus fuit, licet eum quidam dicant Ebionitam, qui altero genere Judaeus est Irenaeus, iii.
Page 27 - ?.t 77 ;-. ,-a /«tv, qui Sapientia Salomonis inscribitur. Quorum priorem Hebraicum reperi, non Ecclesiasticum (ut apud Latinos) sed Parabolas praenotatum; cui juncti erant Ecclesiastes et Canticum Canticorum, ut similitudinetn Salomonis, non solum librorum numero, sed etiam materiarum genere, coaequaret.
Page 278 - ... the building of the tower of Babel and the confusion of tongues...
Page 61 - with the true Liberal statesman, .England's first care is held to be the care of her own children within her own shores, the redress of wrongs, the supply of needs, the improvement of laws and institutions.
Page 21 - Psalter is supposed to have received its latest additions. But the contrast is immense. They are separated from the Psalter by an impassable gulf. "The spirit which the Psalms breathe is entirely that of Pharisaic Judaism. They are pervaded by an earnest moral tone and a sincere piety. But the righteousness which they preach and the dearth of which they deplore is, all through, the righteousness which consists in complying with all the Pharisaic prescriptions4.
Page 139 - And he was the first among men that are born on earth who learnt writing and knowledge and wisdom and who wrote down the signs of heaven according to the order of their months in a book, that men might know the seasons of the years according to the order of their separate months.

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