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Front Matter Half Title Page TrademarkTitle Page CopyrightTRANSLATOR'S PREFACEINTRODUCTIONTable of ContentsGLOSSARY Contents FIRST BOOK - THE SOURCESI. THE HEBREW SOURCES(A) TALMUD AND MIDRASH (B) THE TOL'DOTH YESHUII. THE GREEK AND LATIN SOURCES(A) JOSEPHUS(B) TACITUS, SUETONIUS AND PLINY THE YOUNGERIII. PAUL THE APOSTLEIV. THE EARLY FATHERS OF THE CHRISTIAN CHURCHV. THE APOCRYPHAL AND UNCANONICAL GOSPELSVI. THE CANONICAL GOSPELS AND THE STUDY OF THE LIFE OF JESUSVII. SUMMARY OF CONCLUSIONSSECOND BOOK - THE PERIODI. POLITICAL CONDITIONSII. ECONOMIC CONDITIONSIII. RELIGIOUS AND INTELLECTUAL CONDITIONSTHIRD BOOK - THE EARLY LIFE OF JESUS: JOHN THE BAPTISTI. THE CHILDHOOD AND YOUTH OF JESUSII. JOHN THE BAPTISTIII. THE BAPTISM OF JESUS : HIS TEMPTATIONS AND HIS FIRST MANIFESTATIONFOURTH BOOK - THE BEGINNING OF JESUS' MINISTRYI. JESUS' EARLY MINISTRY: THE PREACHER OF PARABLES AND THE PERFORMEROF MIRACLESII. JESUS AT THE HEIGHT OF HIS SUCCESS: HIS ENCOUNTER WITH THE PHARISEESIII. THE TWELVE APOSTLES: FRESH ENCOUNTERS WITH THE PHARISEESFIFTH BOOK - JESUS REVEALS HIMSELF AS MESSIAHI. JESUS IN THE BORDERS OF TYRE AND SIDON AND IN DECAPOLISII. AT CAESAREA PHILIPPI: JESUS REVEALS HIMSELF TO HIS DISCIPLES AS THE MESSIAHIII. THE JOURNEY TO JERUSALEM: AT JERICHOIV. IN BETHPHAGE: JESUS REVEALS HIMSELF PUBLICLY AS MESSIAHSIXTH BOOK - JESUS IN JERUSALEMI. THE CLEANSING OF THE TEMPLEII. THE DISPUTES IN THE TEMPLE-COURTIII. JUDAS ISCARIOT: THE LAST SUPPERIV. GETHSEMANE: THE GREAT TRAGEDYSEVENTH BOOK - THE TRIAL AND CRUCIFIXION OF JESUSI. THE ARREST IN THE GARDEN OF GETHSEMANEII. THE TRIALIII. THE CRUCIFIXIONIV. THE ACCOUNT OF THE RESURRECTIONEIGHTH BOOK - THE TEACHING OF JESUSI. GENERAL NOTEII. THE JEWISHNESS OF JESUSIII. POINTS OF OPPOSITION BETWEEN JUDAISM AND THE TEACHING OF JESUSIV. JESUS' IDEA OF GODV. THE ETHICAL TEACHING OF JESUSVI. THE DAY OF JUDGMENT AND THE KINGDOM OF HEAVENVII. THE CHARACTER OF JESUS AND THE SECRET OF HIS INFLUENCEVIII. CONCLUSION: WHAT IS JESUS TO THE JEWS?Back Matter GENERAL INDEXINDEX OF BIBLICAL AND RABBINICAL PASSAGESTHE OLD TESTAMENTAPOCRYPHATHE NEW TESTAMENTTOSEFTATALMUD BABLITALMUD YERUSHALMIMIDRASHIM
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