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16 ff., 81.

Divine element in Scripture, 129,
348 f.

Documents of the Hexateuch, 3 ff.



Ecclesiastes and Job, 324.

Elohim : signification, 111 f. ; a fa-
vorite name, 249.

Ephod, 19, 28.

Eternity of God, 121 f.

Ethical life : Hebrew, 34 ff . ; Jewish,
316 ff.

Evil, moral: origin of, 196 f. ; God's
agency in, 133.

Evil, physical : cause of, 194 f . ;
author of, 132; uses of, 202 ff.,
230ff.,273f.

Exclusivism : germs of, 34 ; persist-
ence of, 213; exaggeration of,
320 ff.

Exile : destructive to idolatry, 247 ;
favorable to centralization, 180 f. ;
productive of exclusivism, 321 f.

Ezekiel: on the cherubim, 148; on
the Messiah, 219; the apostle of
Levitism, 276, 280, 285 f., 293, 300,
303, 308 f., 313.

Ezra, compiler of the Law, 242 f .



Face of God, 143 f .

Faith : an essential of Hebrew piety,
178; decay of, 324; relation to sci-
ence, 128 f., 345, 349 f.

Faithfulness of God: in the name
Jehovah, 102 f. ; relation to his
truthfulness, 115; his justice, 116;
his grace, 117 f.

Faithfulness to Jehovah, 173 fi.

Fall : details of, 193 f . ; thought of,
187, 194 f. ; effect of, 193 f., 196.

Fasting: early practice, 71 ff. ; on
the day of atonement, 304 ff.



Fear of God, 175, 329 f .

Feasts, Pilgrim : earlier usages, 49 ff . ;

later modifications, 300 ff.
First-born, 63 f.
First-fruits, 63 f .
Forgiveness. See Atonement.
Formalism: effect of, 317; opposed

by the prophets, 319.
Freedom, human: relation to divine

sovereignty, 131 ff. ; to sin, 195 f .
Future life: early notions of, 214 f.;

supposed traces of a doctrine,

269 ff. ; influence of current ideas,

234, 267 f . ; need of knowledge

concerning, 238 f .

Gentiles: responsible to Jehovah,
93 f., 204 ff. ; participants in the
new covenant, 212 ff. ; later atti-
tude toward, 320 ff.

Glory of God, 138 ff.

Glossolaly, 88, 90.

God, idea of: early notions, 21 ff . ;
development among the prophets,
91 ff. : latest phases, 247 ff.

God of hosts, 103 ff.

Gods other than Jehovah : proofs of
recognition of, 22 ff. ; denial of,
94ff.,247.

Grace of God, 117 ff.

Gratitude as an element of piety,
176 f.

Guilt of sin, 197 ff.

Guilt offering, 308 f .

Hagiographa, 245 f .

Harvest, feast of. See Feast of
Weeks.

Head, as the seat of thought, 166 f.

Heart, in man's life: uses of the
term, 162 f . ; comparison with
other organs, 164 ff.

Heredity as applied to guilt, 200 f .

Hexateuch: origin, 3 ff., 241 ff. :
structure, 8.

High-places : worship at, 40 ff . ; op-
position to, 178 f.; abolition of,
180 f., 280.



INDEXES.



353



High-priest : age of the office, 182 f . ;

final functions, 28(; ff., 291.
Historical sense among the Hebrews,

7f.
Holiness of God : meaning of, 106 £f. ;

relation to his jealousy, etc., 109 f. ;

propitiated by atonement, 312 f.
Holy One of Israel, 106 f.
Human element in the Bible, 345 If.

Ideals, ethical, 34 ff., 189 f.
Idolatry : of the early Hebrews, 10 f .,

28 f. ; persistence of, 82, 179 f., 186.
Image of God, 169 ff.
Immortality of the soul, 274 ff.
Imperfections of Scripture, 27 f., 36 f.,

90, 128 f., 187 f., 217, 345 ff.
Imputation, 198 ff., 230 f., 233.
Individualism, 33.
Inspiration : of the prophets, 83 f . ;

in the Scriptures, 347 f.

Jealousy of God, 109.

Jehovah : etymology, 99 f . ; signifi-
cation, 101 ff.

Jeremiah: on sacrifices, 184; on the
Messiah, 219.

Jerusalem, the centre of humanity,
215.

Jesus, typified by the Servant, 226;
the corner-stone of the kingdom of
God, 349.

Job, book of: outline of, 236 f. ; on
the problem of evil, 237 f. ; on the
future life, 239, 269 f. ; on Satan,
257 f .

Josiah's reform, 180.

Jubilee, year of, 298 f.

Justice of God, 115 ff.

Knowledge concerning God : an ele-
ment of Hebrew piety, 178 ; denied
by Jews, 248 f .

Law: the earliest fragments, 36 ff.,

241 f . ; the rule of life, 187 f. ; the
development, 242; adoption of,

242 f. ; importance of, to the Jews,

243 f.



jLevites: original relation to the
I priesthood, 44 ff. ; according to
Deuteronomy, IHl ff. ; under the
I restoration, 285 ff., 289 f.
I Levitism, 276 ff.
! Likeness of God, 170.
j Literature of O. T. Theology, 3 ff.
j Logos: identified with the malakh,
1 14«) ; origin of doctrine of, 250.
Lord (my), 114.
Love of God, 119 f.
Love as an element of piety : toward
God, 175 f . ; toward one's neighbor,
177 f.

Malakh of God, 144 ff.

Man : nature of, 159 ff. ; dignity of,
167 ff. ; primitive condition of,
192 ff.

Manifestation of God, 137 ff.

Messiah: origin of the idea of, 218;
identity of, 218 ff.; functions of,
222; character and qualifications,
223 ff. ; not the Servant of deutero-
Isaiah, 228 ; nor the son of man in
Daniel, 338 f.

Messianic kingdom, 334, 338, 340 ff.

Method in Biblical Theologj', 1, 344 f.

Mighty One, 113.

Miracles, 136 f.

Monolatry: the early Hebrew re-
ligion, 21 ff. ; a stage toward mono-
theism, 92.

Monotheism: age of, 22 ff., 92 ff . ;
triumph of, 247.

Mosaism, 7 ff.

Moses: historical reality of , 9 ; woik
of, 7, 9, 11,21,30,46.

Most-High, 113.

Music, as a stimulus to inspiration, 15.

Name of God, 141 f.

Names of God : number and significa-
tion, 99 ff. ; FAohim and Yahicch,
249 f .

Nature, forces of, personified, 156.

Nature : laws of, 134 f . ; restoration
of, 210 f .

Nazirate, 68 ff.



354



INDEXES.



Nebuchadnezzar's image, 334 ff.

Necromancy, 20.

Nehemiah: his reforms, 278 f., 295;

his Pharisaism, 320.
New moon : the original festival, 48

f . ; later development, 299 f.

Omnipotence of God, 120 f.
Omnipresence of God, 122 f .
Omniscience of God, 123 f.

Particularism. See Exclusivism.

Passover, feast of : origin of, 50 f . ;
union with that of unleavened
bread, 51 f. ; laws concerning,
52 f . ; significance of, 53 f . ; final
modifications, 300 f.

Patriarchs, religion of, 10.

Pentateuch. See Hexateuch.

Periods in Biblical Theology, 2.

Personality of God, 96 f.

Pharisaism, 316 ff.

Philosophy, Greek, and its influence,
248, 253, 275 f.

Prayer, 65.

Priesthood : original universality of,
43 If. ; assumption by the Levites,
45 f . ; secured to the Levites by
Deuteronomy, 181 ff. ; Ezekiel's
innovations, 285 f. ; final stage of
development, 286 ff. ; theory of,
289 ff.

Priests as agents of revelation, 18.

Prophetism: in its origin, 11 ff . ; in
its purity, 81 ff.

Prophets: beginning from Moses,
11 f.; schools of, 12 ff.; state of,
when prophesying, 14 ff., 87 ff. ;
sometimes also priests, 17 f.;
means employed by, 81 f . ; attitude
toward idolatry, 82; names ap-
plied to, 83 ff. ; the source of their
gifts, and authority, 84, 347 ff. ;
functions of, 85 f . ; relation of, to
ritual, 183 ff., 276 f. ; tendency of,
to universalism, 212 ff.

Prophets, i.e. the second division of
the canon, 244 f .



Providence, 129 ff.
Psychology, biblical, 159, 164 f .
Purifications: variety of , 75 ; signifi-
cance of, 75 f .
Purim, feast of, 306.

Ram and he-goat of Daniel, 339 f .

Reins = heart, 166.

Resurrection: rise of doctrine of,

273 f . ; relation to immortality,

275 f.
Retribution: guaranteed by divine

justice, 116; early theory of

233 f . ; later speculations concern

ing, 234 ff.
Righteousness: essence of, 174 ff.

317 ff.; relative character of, 189 ff

Sabbath: original notion of, 47 f.
Levitical doctrine of, 292 ff.

Sabbatical year, 296 ff.

Sacrifices : antiquity of, 59 f., 307 f. ;
early simplicity of, 60 f . ; notion
of, 61 f.; human, 62; later com-
plexity, 307 f. ; final varieties, 308 f.

Sages of Israel, 327 f.

Salvation : grounds for, 207 ; partici-
pants in, 207, 212 ff. ; conditions
of, 207 f. ; blessings of, 209 ff.

Samuel : greatness of, 12 ; connec-
tion with schools of prophets, 12 f.;
a priest, 45.

Sanctuary, the : in the desert, 281 ;
at Jerusalem, 179, 180 f., 280; idea
of, 281 ff. ; erroneous conceptions
of, 283 ff.

Satan, 258 ff.

Scepticism, 323 ff.

Scripture, Holy : origin of, 241 ff . ;
authority of, 246.

Scriptures = Hagiographa, 245.

Seers, as compared with prophets, 83.

Serapliim, 150 ff.

Serpent of Eden, 260 f.

Servant of Jehovah: identity of,
226 ff . ; work of, 214, 228 ff . ; origin
of idea of, 233.

Sheol, the abode of the dead, 264 ff.



INDEXES.



355



Signs as means of revelation, 19.

Sin : forms of, 185 f . ; essence of,
186 ff . ; extent of, 189 ff. ; origin
of, 192 ff . ; guilt of, 197 ff .

Sin offering, 308 f.

Solidarity : a feature of the covenant,
33; an element in theodicy, 334 f.

Son of man in Daniel, 338.

Soul, the spiritual principle in man :
terms employed, 160 ff. ; actual
conception of, 164 f . ; pre-existence
of, 167.

Sovereignty of God, 131 ff.

Speculation among the Jews: with
reference to God, 247 ff. ; the prod-
uct of Greek philosophy, 330.

Spirit of God : meaning of, 98 f . ; in
the prophets, 83 f., 347 ff. ; a mani-
festation of God, 156 f . ; agent of
creation, 126, 135; a force in
human experience, 157 f . ; relation
to evil, 158; a supposed hyposta-
sis, 250.

Spirit of man, 161 ff .

Spirituality of God : unknown to the
ancient Hebrews, 25, 28; grasped
by the prophets, 97 ; nature of the
conception, 98 f .

Spirits, evil: early conceptions, 158;
later ideas, 256 ff.

Strong One, 113.

Substitution, supposed, 315 f.

Tabernacle: unreality of, 280; idea
of, 281 f .

Tabernacles, feast of: earlier cele-
bration of, 55 f . ; later modifica-
tions, 303 f .

Teraphim, 28.

Theocratic idea: origin of, 21 f. ;
exemplified in offerings, etc., 63;
relation to the Messianic, 209.

Theology: foreign to the prophets,
91 f., 98; pursued by the Jewish
doctors, 247 f.

Tithes: symbolism of, 63; destina-
tion of, 64 f .

Translation of Enoch and Elijah, as
bearing on death, 264.



Tree of life, 194, 263 f.
Trinity, supposed traces of doctrine
of, 225, 226, 250 ff.

Uncleanness : forms of, 73 f . ; theory
concerning, 77 f . ; conditions re-
lated to, 78 f.

Unity of God, 92.

Universalism : first traces of, 119 f. ;
best expressions of, 212 ff., 325 f. ;
reaction against, 320 f.

Unleavened bread, feast of, 50 f ., 53 f .

Urim and thummim, 17 f., 20.

Vengeance of God, 111.

Visions : as forms of prophecy, 87 f . ;

as a means of revelation, 17, 89.
Vows, 66 f .

Watchman = prophet, 85 f .

Weeks, feast of: early regulations
concerning, 54 f . ; adaptation of,
to the Levitical system, ^302 f.

Weeks, the seventy, of Daniel, 341 ff.

Wine, abstinence from, 70.

Wisdom: as a synonym for virtue,
326 f . ; power of, 329 f . ; nature and
object. 330 f.

Wisdom of God: late origin of the
doctrine, 124; as a hypostasis,
250 ff.

Woman : position of, 36, 59 ; relation
to man, 168 f.

AVord of God : as a message to the
prophets, 83 f., 87 ; as a manifesta-
tion of God, 250.

Works, merit of, 319 f.

Worship: primitive character of,
39 ff. ; modifications of, during the
prophetic period, 178 ff. ; develop-
ment of, into Levitism, 276 ff.

Worship, places of: ancient freedom
respecting, 39 ff. ; reforms con-
cerning, 178 ff. ; reduced to one,
280 tf.

Wratli of God, 109 f.

Yahrveh or Jehovah: signification
of. 99 ff. ; use of, 249 f ,



356



INDEXES.



II. AUTHORS QUOTED.



Anger, R., 218.

Baudissin, W. W. : Studien, I. : 23,

24, 25, 92, 93, 94, 95, 112, 152, 261 ;

II. : 31, 40, 106, 107, 138.
Baur, Gus. : de Wette's Psalmen, 104;

Gesch.d. A. T. Weissagung, 218.
Beck, J. T., 164.
Bertheau, E.: JDT., 91; Richter,

112.
[Bible Commentary, 70.]
Bleek, F., 83, 88.
Bruch, J. F., 127, 195, 327.
Bruston, C, 224, 225.
Budde, K., 153.

[Cheyne, T. K., 104.]

Colin, D. G. K. von, 2, 104, 167, 275.

Delitzsch, F.: [Genesis, 101, 153];
Psalms, 104, 112; Psychology, 164.

Diestel, L., 115, 117.

Dillmann, A.: Genesis, 128, 129, 153;
Exodus u. Leviticus, 37, 38, 44, 47,
50, 51, 52, 54, 57, 58, 59, 61, 62, 64,
68, 75, 101, 112, 146, 293, 294, 295.

[Dods, M., 128, 129.]

[Driver, S. R., 325.]

Ewald H., 41, [49, 50, 58, 62, 71, 77, 78,
306.]

Graf, K. H., 64, 65.
Grimm, C. L. W., 126.

Haag, E., 124, 259, 275.

Havernick, H. A. C, 101, 104, 114,

170, 199.
Harless, G. C. A., 164.
Hengstenberg, E. W., 87.
Hitzig, F.: Daniel, 21^; Bib. TheoL,

112 ; Mes. Weissagung, 218.
Hofmann, J. C. K. : Schriftheweis,

112, 170; Theologie, 164.
Hupfeld, H., 104.



Knobel, A.: Exodus u. Leviticus,
261, 284; Prophetismus, 158.

Kohler, A., 91.

Kuenen, A. : Hist. Critique, 88 ;
[Eel. of Israel, 30, 96, 112, 275.]

[Lenormant, F., 129, 150, 153.]

Maybaum, S., 13, 18, 83.
[Montefiore, C. G., 19, 23, 92, 95, 274.]
Muller, J., 172.

Nicolas, M., 2, 248, 250, 255, 256, 273,

274, 275.

Oehler, G. F., 2, 18, 51, 58, 59, 88, 101,
104, 109, 112, 113, 114, 115, 137, 142,
146, 155, 156, 165, 167, 170, 183, 199,
202, 225, 259, 270, 327.

Philo, 87, 248.

Reuss, E. : Geschichte d. heil.
Schriften A. T., 11, 14, 19, 30, 47,
50, 53, 58, 112, 126, 153, 162, 242,
269, 278; La Bible (misc.), 15, 19,
50, 53, 58, 142, 146, 151, 153, 224,
225, 270, 271, 273; Prophete, 11, 14,
88, 104 ; Hist. Sainte, 47, 48, 50, 53,
65, 172, 298 ; Philosophie, 269, 275,
325; Apocalypse, 274; TheoL
Chret., 274.

Riehm, E.: Gesetzgebung Mosis,
64; Mes. Prophecy, 90; Stud. u.
Krit., 312.

Riehm's Handworterbuch, 19, 49, 50,
55, 58, 59, 64, 70, 71, 129, 150, 293,
298.

Ritschl, A., 109.

[Robertson, J., 14.]

Rothe, R., 195.

[Schaff-Herzog's Cyclopedia, 75,
172.]



INDEXES.



357



Schenkel's Bibel-Lexikon, 49, 50,
51, 55, 57, 58, 70, 71, 73, 77, 100, 104,

150, 306.

Schrader, E.; JPT., 104; [KAT.,
47, 100.]

Schultz, H., 11, [24,] 25, [40, 48, 64,
70, 88, 93, 94,] 98, 101, [104, 106,]
109, 112, 113, 114, [117,] 126, [127,]
143, [146,] 150, 151, 155, [158,] 164,
167, 170, 171, 172, 188, 196, 202, [224,
225,] 269, [315,] 318.

Schiirer, E., 244, 343.

Segond, L., 6, 69.

Seinecke, L., 274.

[Smith, G. A., 224.]

[Smith, W. R. : Old Test., 18, 19, 242 ;
Prophets, 23, 31, 70, 91, 106.]

[Smith's Dictionary, 20, 57, 88, 150,

151, 284, 293.]



Stapfer, E., 2, 248, 250, 255, 338.
Steiner, 68.

[Toy, C. H., 248, 250, 255, 269, 338.]
Tholuck, F. A. G., 88.

Umbreit, F. W. K., 193.

Vatke, W., 19, 30, 46.

Wellhausen, J., 18, 46, [51, 53, 55, 64,]

,65, 182, 195, 278, 281, 287, 288, 294,

296, 298.
Wette, W. M. L. de: Archeoloqie,

62, 66, 77, 78, 104, 112, 155, 156, 167 ;

Bib. Dogmatik, 2, 98.
Winer's Reahoorterbuch, 20, 151, 284.
Wittichen, C, 338.



III. PASSAGES CITED IN THE TEXT.



Genesis.

PAGE

i 126, 128

i. 1 126

i. 2 250

i. 26 169,170,172

1. 26f 169

i. 27 170

i. 31 172

ii. 1 104

ii. 24 168

iii. 22 155

vi. 1-4 153, 154, 263

xvi. 7-12 144

xvi. 13 144

xviii. 14 121



PAGI

xMii. 15 f 145

xlix. 18 270

Exodus.

iii. 2-6 145

iii. 14 100

iv. 16 85

iv. 24-26 58

vii. 1 85

xii. 8 51

xii. 21 145

xiv. 19 145

xiv. 24 f 145

XV 53, 93, 110, 120, 176, 981

XV. 11 L'4

xxi. 17-19 145 ' XV. 13 117

xxi. 33 122 I XV. 17 f 281

xxii. 11-18 145 [ XV. 18 122

xxiv 36 I xix. 6 44

xxxi. 11-13 145 xx.-xxiii 8, 36

xxxi. 42 112 XX. 2 f 24

xxxi. 53 112 ; XX. 5 199

xxxii. 20 311 I XX. 11 127

xii. 38 157 I XX. 24 f 41



358



INDEXES.



PAGE

xxi. 6= 112

xxii. 8f 112

xxii. 28 112

xxiii. 19 52

xxxi. 12-17 284

xxxii. 4 29

xxxiii. 4 f 29

xxxiii. 14-16 143

xxxiii. 19 118, 119

xxxiv 8

xxxiv. 5 f 102, 118, 119

xxxiv. 11-26 36

xxxiv. 26 52

Leviticus.

i.-vii 308

xvi 288, 305

xvii 180

xvii. -xxvi. 5 177, 277, 280

x^ai. 11 314, 315

x^iii. -XX 277

xxiii 54

xxiii. 9fE 52

xxiii. 9-14 50

xxiii. 10 54

xxiv. 16 249

xxvii. 28 68

Numbers.

iv. 25-27 144

vi 69

vi. 6 ff 69

viii. 5,22 290

xii. 6-8 88, 89, 90

XV. 27-31 310

xxii. 22 258

xxii. 32 258

XXV. 19 115

Deuteronomy.

iv. 31 119

iv, 37 143

V 36, 128

vi. 15 110

vii.9 102, 118

XV. 21 64

xvi. 9 50



PAGE

xviii. 15 220

xviii. 18 220

XX. 6 71

xxi. 9 181

xxi. 25 181

xxiii. 12 f 76

xxviii. 30 71

XXX. 15-20 131

xxxii 94, 102, 121

xxxii. 3 102

xxxii. 4 115

xxxii. 8 256

xxxii. 16 110

xxxii. 22 ff 110

xxxii. 43 311

xxxiii. 2 153

xxxiii. 8 18

Joshua.
V. 13-15 254

Judges.

ii. Iff 145

V 120, 176

V. 8 112

vi. 7 ft 11

vi. 11-16 145

vi . 20-24 145

vii. 13 f 17

ix.9 155

ix. 13 155

ix. 23 158

xxi. 19ff 55

1 Samuel.

ii 121

ii. 25 112

ii. 27 ff 11,46

X.5 14, 15

XV. 22 183,184

xvii. 45 105

xix. 20 ff 14

xxiii. 9 ff 19

XXV. 37 162

xxviii 20

xxviii. 6 17

XXX. 7f 19



INDEXES.



359



2 Samuel.



PAGE

..289



vii. 27-29 115

XV. 24 182

xxii. 11 147

xxiv. 1 260

1 Kings.

ii. 3 142

iii. 5 ff 17

viii. 4 182

xii. 16 220

xiii. 18 254

xxii. 19-23 257



2 Kings.



iii. 15

xiv. 6

xxi. 8

xxii. f

xxiii

xxiii. 9. . . .
xxiii. 21 ff.



. 15
.242
.242
.242
.180
.286
.301



1 Chronicles.

XV 289

xxi. 1 259

xxi. 18 254



2 Ghbonicles.



V. 5....

xii. 5-7.

XXXV. . .



.182
.117
.301



Esther.
ix. 17-32 306

Job.

i.-ii 257,258

iv. 18 153

xii. 10 161

xvi. 19-22 269

xix. 25-27 269

xxviii. 12ff 251

xxviii. 23ff 251

xxxiii. 23 153

zzzyiii. 7. • < • < • • • ^^^ I



Psalms.

PAGE

vi" 170, 171

xvi. 10 f 271

xviii 150

xviii. 10 147

xxi. 9 143

xxxii 191

xxxii. 11 191

xxxiii. 6 250

xlix. 15 271, 272

Ixxiii. 24-26 272

Ixxviii. 58 f no

Ixxxii. 6 112

Ixxxix 115, 118

xci. 11 153

ciii. 20 153

civ. 29 159

cxlvii. 15 250

cxlviii. 2 153

Proverbs.

i.-ix 5

viii. 22 ff 125, 251

X. 1-xxii. 16 5

X. 7 270

xiv. 32 270

XV. 24 270

xvi. 6 312

xvi. 14 312

XXV. - xxix 5

Isaiah.

i. -xii 3

vi.1-7 150

ix 221

ix. 6f 223

ix.7 220

xiii. 1-xiv. 23 4

xiv. 24-32 3

XV. 1-xvi. 12 3

xvii. -XX 3

xxi. 1-10 4

xxi. 11-xxiii. 18 3

xxiv. - xxvii 4

xxvi. 19 273

xxviii. - xxxiii 3

xxxiv. f 4

xxxvii. 21-35 4

xxxviii.9-20 4



360



INDEXES.



PAGK

xl.-lxvi 4

xli. 8 if 226

xlii. 1-7 226

xlii. 18 ff 226

xliii. 1-10 226

xliv. 1 f 226

xliv. 21-26 226

xlv. 4 226

xlviii. 16 250

xlviii. 20 226

xlix. 1-9 , 226

1. 4-10 226

lii. 13-15 230

lii. 13-liii. 12 226, 230

liii 227,232,236

liii.7 230

Iv. 11 250

Ixiii. 10 250

lxv.8-10 231

Jeremiah.

vi. 27 86

vii. 22 f 184

xxxiii. 6 225

xxxiii. 18 181

xxxiii. 21 f 181

l.-lii 4

Lamentations.
iv. 16 143

EZEKIEL.

i 148

iii. 17 86

X 148

XXV. 14 Ill

XXV. 17 Ill

xxxiii. 7 86

xxxviii. 18-23 109

xlv. 25 56

Daniel.

ii 334

vii 336

vii. 25 338

viii 339

ix 341

ix. 25 342

ix.26 342



PAGE

X 332

xi .332

xii. 2f 272

xii.7 338

Hosea.

ii. 19 118

iii. 5 222

viii. 12 242

xii. 9 55

MiCAH.

V 221

V. 7-9 213

V. 9 213

Nahum.
i. 2 Ill

Zechariah.

i.-viii 4

iii. 1 259

iv. 9 221

ix.-xi 3

ix 221

ix.9 222

ix. 9f 220

xii.-xiv 4,220

xii. 8 145,225

xiv. 16-19 56

1 Maccabees.

iii. 49 69

2 Maccabees.

ii. 13 245

iv.34 342

vii. 28 126

SiBACH.

xliv. -xlix 245

Wisdom.
ii.23f 262

Acts.
xxi. 23f 69

1 Corinthians.
xiv 90



INDEXES.



361



IV. HEBREW TERMS.



acharith-kayyamim (the latter days),

202.
Adhon {Lord) , 114.
Adhonay (my Lord), 114, 249.
asham (be guilty), 197.
Attah-El-rol (Thou God seest me),

145.
Azazel, 261.

bene-Elohim (sons of God), 155.

chayyah (living), 160.
chesedh (grace), 117.

ehyeh (lam), 100.

El (God), 113, 120.

elilim (loorthless) , 95.

Elohim (God), 103, 111 f., 155, 249.

elyon (highest), 113.

hawah, hayah (he), 100.

kaphar (cover), 311.
kasah (cover), 312.

lebh, lebhabh (heart), 162.

malakh (angel), 144 f., 153 f., 258.
minchah (gift), 61.



nabhi (prophet) , 83.
nazir (consecrated), 69.
nephesh (soul), 160 f., 165, 167.
neshamah (breath), 162.

olam, (eternity), 122.

pesach (passover), 51.

qadhesh (be holy) , 108.
qadhosh (holy) , 69, 106.
gorftaw (^(/•0,61, 316.

rwacA (spirit), 161, 167, 257.

safaw (adversary) , 258.
saraph (seraph), 151.
sebhaoth (hosts), 103 ff.
se'irim (satyrs), 261.
shadday (almigJity), 113, 120.
shedhim (demons), 261.
sAeo^ (Hades), 266 f.
sidheqoth (righteous deeds), 117.

foraA (instruction), 241.
Ta/izoe/i (Jehovah), 100, 249 f.



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