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INDEX. AARON— His

by Manasseh Ben Israel
INDEX. AARON— His death why bewailed, 270.—  His delay respecting the molten calf, 199.— Why  he did not die with the offenders, 199. ABRAHAM—  Anecdote of, 58.—  Disputed with the Chaldean Sages, 58.—  The reason of being tried, 72.— Thrown  into a fiery  fur-nace,58.— Why  called Hebrew, 58. ADAM— An appellation  common to male  and female, 17.—  And Eve how created,  17 · Animal  food not given  to, 18.— Food allotted to  him, 18.— Precepts given  to him, 276.— Sentence  against him howunderstood, 28.—  The prototype of Isaac,73. ALLEGORY—  Of a colloquy with  the moon,10.—  Of R. Isaac Arama, 116. AMALEK—  Why to be hated and  destroyed,144. AMBIGUITY—  Has caused much  mischief, 93. — Of Genesis 49: 10, 93. ANGELS—  Instruments of  the Most High, 70, 91.—  Learn what they knew not, 75. — Meant  by the light of the  first day, 5. — The ten degrees of, 152.— When  as-sume the name of  the First  Cause, 70.— When created, 23. ARK OF THE COVENANT—  Supposed to have been two, 247.—  What it contained, 299. ASTEROTH— its meaning, 160. ATTRIBUTES— God  8, where  specified and explained, 205. AUTHORS— Address  to the reader, ix. BAAL— A name given to the Sun, 159. BABYLONIAN— Captivity  its cause,  62.— Joke on marriage, 29  · BIBLE— Number of each  letter in it,  250.— The Hebrew never vitiated, 250.— The Latin and Greek frequently vary, 250. BIOGRAPHICAL— Account of the Author.  xiii. — Notices of authors quoted,  xvii. BIRDS— Of what created, 11.—  Some wor-shipped by heathen, 160. BLESSINGS— And curses, how  delivered, 294. BODY OF MAN—  A symbol of the Tetragram-maton, 111.—  Termed flesh and blood, 32. CABALA— Its  rules derived from Scripture, 209•—  The necessity and meaning of it,208. CABALISTS—  Compared to physicians, 208. — Opinion  of the duration of the world, 43. CALF—  The molten, cause of it, 198.—  Jo-sephus makes no mention of it, 201.— The intention  of it, 200.—  Why made of gold, 193.—  Why that figure  chosen, 199. CAPTIVITY—  Duration of the Egyptian, 61. — Duration of this and  the Egyptian not plainly revealed, 63.—  How revealed toAbraham, 60. — The  Babylonian, its cause, 62. CARAITES— During the  Second Temple, 216. — When revived, 216. CHARITY— How it should be  given, 181.— Priority of claim  to it, 284.—  The benefit of doing, 181.— Should not  be unneces-sarilyasked, 147. CHASTISEMENT— Of  love its meaning, 68. CHERUBIM— Difference between  those of the Tabernacle and Temple, 191. CHILDREN— How and where  perished for their fathers, 165. CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER— Not  strictly at-tended to in Scripture, 49. CIRCLE— Of all  things commence  and end with God, 3.—  Divided into semicircles, 3. CLEMENCY— To  be practised towards ani-mals, 37. COVENANT—  Meaning of the  word, 242.— New, how explained, 240. CREATION—  Every thing created in perfec-tion, 127.— Of  Adam and Eve, 17.—  Theorder of the,  7. CREATURES— All  created in perfection,  127. DAGON— Its figure and signification, 160. DAVID— Comparison between  the moon  andthe  kingdom of, 54.—  Gods instrument,300.—  Sinned in numbering  the people,197.—  Why pestilence,  war, or famine,were  offered him, 198. DAY OF JUDGMENT— Why  New Year is termed a, 275. DEATH—  Of Aaron  why greatly deplored,270.—  Three kinds mentioned  by David,184.—  Why good, 20. DECALOGUE— Confirmatory  of the creation, 173.—  Explanation of its delivery, 148.— Why  given in the Desert, 149. DELUGE—  Announced 120 years  previous,34.—  Duration of, explained, 38. DEODAND—  Its foundation and  meaning,180. DEUTERONOMY—  Commences, 274. DILIGENCE— And care recommended,  115. DREAMS— A curious one foretold,  255.— Different description of, 254.—  Impossi-bilities never dreamt, 255.— The causes  of,254.—  Prophetic, how known, 256. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T V W Z   Chapter Home  | TOC  | Index

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INDEX. AARON— His death why bewailed, 270.— His delay respecting the molten calf, 199.— Why he did not die with the offenders, 199. ABRAHAM— Anecdote of, 58.— Disputed with the Chaldean Sages, 58.— The reason of being tried, 72.— Thrown into a fiery fur-nace, 58.— Why called Hebrew, 58. ADAM— An appellation common to male and female, 17.— And Eve how created, 17 · — Animal food not given to, 18.— Food allotted to him, 18.— Precepts given to him, 276.— Sentence against him how understood, 28.— The prototype of Isaac, 73. ALLEGORY— Of a colloquy with the moon, 10.— Of R. Isaac Arama, 116. AMALEK— Why to be hated and destroyed, 144. AMBIGUITY— Has caused much mischief, 93. — Of Genesis 49: 10, 93. ANGELS— Instruments of the Most High, 70, 91.— Learn what they knew not, 75. — Meant by the light of the first day, 5. — The ten degrees of, 152.— When as-sume the name of the First Cause, 70.— When created, 23. ARK OF THE COVENANT— Supposed to have been two, 247.— What it contained, 299. ASTEROTH— its meaning, 160. ATTRIBUTES— God' 8, where specified and explained, 205. AUTHOR'S— Address to the reader, ix. BAAL— A name given to the Sun, 159. BABYLONIAN— Captivity its cause, 62.— Joke on marriage, 29 · BIBLE— Number of each letter in it, 250.— The Hebrew never vitiated, 250.— The Latin and Greek frequently vary, 250. BIOGRAPHICAL— Account of the Author. xiii. — Notices of authors quoted, xvii. BIRDS— Of what created, 11.— Some wor-shipped by heathen, 160. BLESSINGS— And curses, how delivered, 294. BODY OF MAN— A symbol of the Tetragram-maton, 111.— Termed flesh and blood, 32. CABALA— Its rules derived from Scripture, 209•— The necessity and meaning of it, 208. CABALISTS— Compared to physicians, 208. — Opinion of the duration of the world, 43. CALF— The molten, cause of it, 198.— Jo-sephus makes no mention of it, 201.— The intention of it, 200.— Why made of gold, 193.— Why that figure chosen, 199. CAPTIVITY— Duration of the Egyptian, 61. — Duration of this and the Egyptian not plainly revealed, 63.— How revealed to Abraham, 60. — The Babylonian, its cause, 62. CARAITES— During the Second Temple, 216. — When revived, 216. CHARITY— How it should be given, 181.— Priority of claim to it, 284.— The benefit of doing, 181.— Should not be unneces-sarily asked, 147. CHASTISEMENT— Of love its meaning, 68. CHERUBIM— Difference between those of the Tabernacle and Temple, 191. CHILDREN— How and where perished for their fathers, 165. CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER— Not strictly at-tended to in Scripture, 49. CIRCLE— Of all things commence and end with God, 3.— Divided into semicircles, 3. CLEMENCY— To be practised towards ani-mals, 37. COVENANT— Meaning of the word, 242.— New, how explained, 240. CREATION— Every thing created in perfec-tion, 127.— Of Adam and Eve, 17.— The order of the, 7. CREATURES— All created in perfection, 127. DAGON— Its figure and signification, 160. DAVID— Comparison between the moon and the kingdom of, 54.— God's instrument, 300.— Sinned in numbering the people, 197.— Why pestilence, war, or famine, were offered him, 198. DAY OF JUDGMENT— Why New Year is termed a, 275. DEATH— Of Aaron why greatly deplored, 270.— Three kinds mentioned by David, 184.— Why good, 20. DECALOGUE— Confirmatory of the creation, 173.— Explanation of its delivery, 148.— Why given in the Desert, 149. DELUGE— Announced 120 years previous, 34.— Duration of, explained, 38. DEODAND— Its foundation and meaning, 180. DEUTERONOMY— Commences, 274. DILIGENCE— And care recommended, 115. DREAMS— A curious one foretold, 255.— Different description of, 254.— Impossi-bilities never dreamt, 255.— The causes of, 254.— Prophetic, how known, 256. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T V W Z << Chapter >> Home | TOC | Index
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