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Commentary on the New Testament from the Talmud and Hebraica Vol.4


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Front Matter Title Page Copyright Page AD LECTOREM PRAEFATIO Contents THE ACTS OF THE APOSTLES I. The former treatise have I made, &c.II. And when the day of Pentecost was fully come. III. At the hour of prayer, being the ninth hour.IV. And the captain of the Temple.V. Kept back part of the price, &c.VI. ? murmuring of the Grecians against the Hebrews.VII. Unto Abraham,when he was in Mesopotamia.VIII. Carried Stephen to his burial.IX. He desired of him [the high priest] letters to Damascus.XII. He killed James with the sword.XIII. There were some in the church that was at Antioch.XIV. To Lystra and Derbe, cities of Lycaonia.XV. Dissension and disputation, &c.XXIII. The high priest Ananias.XXVIII. Melita.THE EPISTLE TO THE ROMANS.III. They are all gone out of the way, &c.VIII. For the earnest expectation of the creature, &c.XI. Hath God cast away his people?THE FIRST EPISTLE OF ST. PAUL TO THE CORINTHIANS Dedication PageOF CORINTH ITSELF I. Paul.II. Yet the wisdom not of this world.III. As unto babes.IV. I have in a figure transferred to myself and to Apollos.V. That one should have his father's wife.VI. Go to law before the unjust.VII. Due benevolence.VIII. We know that we all have knowledge.IX. Am I not free?X. And were all baptized unto Moses.XI. Praying or prophesying, having his head covered.XII. Calleth Jesus accursed.XIII. With the tongues of angels.XIV. He that speaketh in a tongue.XV. And that he was seen of Cephas.XVI. Now concerning the collection for the saints.ADDENDA TO CHAP. XIV I. Concerning the Hebrews and Hellenists.II. Of the Hebrews in Babylon and the adjacent countries.III. In the same regions were the seats of the ten tribes.IV. Peter preaching the gospel in Babylon.V. The Hebrew Bible read in the synagogues of the Hebrews.VI. What the Jews think of the versions.VII. A comparison of the history of the LXX, as it is in Josephus, and as it is in the Talmudists.VIII. Of the thirteen places that were changed.IX. In what value 'the version of the Seventy,' as it is commonly called, seems to have been among the Jews.X. What things are objected for the affirmative.XI. By what authors and counsels it might probably be that Greek version came forth which obtains under the name of 'The Seventy.'CONTENTS OF THE ADDENDA TO I COR. XIV.Volume 1Volume 2Volume 3
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