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Commentary on the New Testament from the Talmud and Hebraica Vol.2


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Front Matter Title Page Copyright Page Dedication Page Contents THE GOSPEL OF ST. MATTHEWI. The book of the generation of Jesus Christ.In what language Matthew wrote his Gospel.II. A calculation of the times when Christ was born.III. John the Baptist preaching in the wilderness of Judea.A few things concerning Baptism.Some few remarks concerning the Pharisees and Sadducees. IV. He was led up by the Spirit into the wilderness to be tempted, &c.Of the Synagogues.V. &c.: ?a??????, µa??????, &c. Blessed, blessed, &c.A Bill of Divorce.VI. Take heed, that ye do not your alms, &c.VII. With what measure ye mete.VIII. Thou canst make me clean.IX. He saw a man sitting at the receipt of custom, called Matthew.X. And when he had called to him the twelve disciples.??. And when he had looked round about upon all things.XII. At that time Jesus went on the sabbath day through the corn.XIII. So that he sat, and the whole multitude stood.XIV. This is John, &c.XV. Why do they transgress the tradition of the elders?XVI. Can ye not discern the signs of the times?XVII. And was transfigured.XVIII. Who is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven?XlX. He came unto the coasts of Judea beyond Jordan.XX. Who went out early in the morning to hire labourers.XXI. To the mount of Olives.XXII. Go ye into the highways, &c.XXIII. c. In Moses' seat, &c.XXIV. To shew him the buildings of the Temple.XXV. Ten virgins.XXVI. Of the present Authority of the Council, and of its Place.XXVII. When the morning was come, &c.XXVIII. In the end of the sabbath.THE GOSPEL OF ST. MARK Front Matter Dedication Page I. The beginning of the gospel.II. They uncovered the roof, &c.III. But they held their peace.IV. He began to teach.V. Into the country ofthe Gadarenes.VI. Is not this the carpenter?VII. Except they wash their hands ?ft.VIII. Why doth this generation seek after a sign?IX. Thekingdom of God coming in power.X. Cometh into the coasts of Judea by the further side of Jordan.XI. And when he had looked round about upon all things.XII. A certain man planted a vineyard.XIII. Upon the mount of Olives, over against the Temple.XIV. Of spikenard.XV. In the morning they held a consultation, and the whole council.XVI. That they might come and anoint him.Volume 1 Volume 3 Volume 4
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