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Colossians i. 15. 76, 160 ; i. 16. 76 ; i.

17. 160; iii. 11. 160
Hebrews viii. 2. 80 ; x. 15. 16. 237 ; xi.

274
Revelation i. 4. 162 ; iv. 5. 89, 162 ;

vi. 6. 163 ; vii. 3. 113 ; xx. 5. 203 ;

xxi. 3. 80

C. APOCRYPHA

Wisdom of Solomon i. 4. 59 ; i. 4-5.

159 ; ii. 24. 281 ; vii. 7. 58 ; vii.

22. 204 ; vii. 24-26. 73 ; vii. 25.

59 ; vii. 29. 30. 73 ; viii. 1. 73 ; ix.

15. 42 ; X. 59 ; x. 1. 58 ; x. 19.

159 ; XV. 2. 59 ; xvi. 12. 26, 159 ;

xviii. 14-16. 60
Ecclesiasticus iii. 21. 22. 73 ; vii. 14.

48 ; xvii. 10. 132 ; xxiv. 56 ; xxxv.

17. 125 ; xlvii. 10. 132
Tobit iii. 2. 132 ; viii. 5. 132 ; xi. 14.

132 ; xiii. 18. 132 ; xiv. 9. 132

D. APOCALYPTIC WRITINGS

4 Esdras iii. 21. 281 ; iv. 25. 132 ; x.

22. 132
Enoch xiv. 9. 163
Secrets of Enoch (edit. Charles, p. 4),

163

E. PHILO

On Giants, 319

Who is the Heir, etc. ? 75, 76, 256



Allegories of the Sacred Laws, 74, 75
Life of Moses, 74, 76
On the Unchangeableness of God, 74
On the Creation of the World, 74, 75
The Worse plotting against the Better,

75
On Dreams sent by God, 75
On Fugitives, 75
On the Confusion of Languages, 75

F. TARGUM

Genesis i. 2. 175 ; vi. 6. 158 ; (Jerus.)

vi. 6. 158 ; viii. 21. 168 ; xvii. 22.

171 ; xxvi. 10. 171 ; (Ps. Jon.)

xxviii. 10. 167 ; xxviii. 13. 171 ;

(Ps. Jon.) xxviii. 13. 171 ; xiv. 25.

27. 250; (Ps. Jon.) Ixii. 23. 29.

171
Exodus (Ps. Jon.) iv. 12. 154; (Ps.

Jon.) xiv. 31. 154 ; (Ps. Jon.) xix.

17. 155; vii. 7. 79; (Jerus.) xix.

18. 79 ; XX. 1. 155 ; (Ps. Jon.) xx.
1. 155; (Jerus.) xx. i. 155; (Ps.
Jon.) xxviii. 30. 263 ; (Jerus.) xxxii.
35. 158 ; (Ps. Jon.) xxxiii. 22. 57,
155 ; xxxiv. 9. 382

Leviticus (Ps. Jon.) v. 21. 155 ; (Ps.

Jon.) xvi. 2. 171 ; XX. 23. 156
Numbers v. 3. 79 ; x. 33. 34. 171 ; (Ps.

Jon.) X. 35. 156; (Jerus.) x. 35.

156; (Ps. Jon.) xiv. 14. 171 ; xv,

31. 170; (Ps. Jon.) xxiv. 2. 185;

(Jerus.) xxiv. 6. 79; (Ps. Jon.)

xxvii. 16. 178
Deuteronomy (Ps. Jon.) v. 11. 157 ; (Ps.

Jon.) V. 21. 157 ; (Ps. Jon.) ix. 3.

158 ; xi. 12. 152 ; xii. .5. 382 ; xxi.

8. 168 ; (Jerus.) xxxiii. 7. 157
Judges xiii. 25. 180
1 Kings xviii. 50. 170 ; vi. 1. 85
Isaiah i. 2. 16. 170 ; vi. 8. 170 ; xi. 2.

248 ; xii. 2. 185 ; xlii. 1. 186 ; Ixiii.

10. 11. 194
Jeremiah xxxix. 18. 170; xlix. 11. 170
Hosea v. 5. 170 ; vi. 7. 170
Psalms i. 9. 79 ; xvi. 8. 79 ; (Ps. Jon.

Ixv. 2. 79
Canticles ii. 20. 220
Lamentations i. 1. 71
Koheleth x. 8. 71

G. MISHNA

Aboth i. 357 ; ii. 18. 328 ; iii. 15, 313 ;

v. 1. 149 ; v. 203
Berachoth vi. 338 ; ix. 315 ; ix. 1. 303
Haggigah ii. 366
Sanhedrin x. 348 ; xi. 348
Sotah ix. 15. 271

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THE IMMANENCE OF GOD



H. TALMUD JERUSHALMI

Berachotb nKi-\n pna, 137 ; inci:' 'ry, 134

Ta'anith i. 134 ; ii. 131

Siikkah iv. 134

Schebiith ix. 267

Sanhedriii vi. 265

Aboda Zarah i, 259

Sotab i. 251

I. TOSEFTA
Yadaim ii. 14. 209

K. TALMUD BABLI

Beracboth, 5a. 315, 320; 6a. 115, 125,
144, 145 ; 7a. 70 ; 10a. 109 ; 13a
and b. 327 ; 14b. 346 ; 1.5a. 346 ;
16b. 308, 333 ; 17a. 333 ; 23b. 363 ;

24a. 363 ; 27b. 141 ; 29b. 328, 335 ;

30b. 327 ; 31a. 333 ; 32b. 337 ;

33b. 313 ; 34b. 267, 320, 328 ; 43b.

74 ; 61a. 102 ; 64a. 97, 98, 145
Sabbath, 7b. 132 ; 10a. 116 : 12b. 59 ;

22b. 82 ; 3a. 237 ; 87b. 118 ; 88a.

86 ; 88b. 110 ; 92a. 249 ; 104a.

313 ; 105b. 143 ; 127a. 102, 280 ;

152b. 110
Erubin 18a. 102 ; 64a. 259
Pesatim 5a. 97 ; 54a. 44, 76, 162, 317,

319; 117a. .378
Rosh Hashana, 16a. 45 ; 16b. 163 ; I7b.

60 ; 31a. 106, 116
Ta'anith 2a. 327 ; 4a. 270, 378 ; 10a.

172; 11a. 269; 22b. 269; 25b.

267
Yoina 21a. 377 ; 21b. 267 ; 22b. 270 ;

2.3a. 172, 197 ; 36a. 317; 39b. 267,

295 ; 52b. 377 ; 71a. 346, 378 ;

71b. 263, 346 ; 73b. 155, 263 ;

75b. 87
Sukkah 28a. 167 ; 45b. 99 ; 48a. 267 ;

52a. 164, 309, 320 ; 52b. 143 ; 55a.

372
Megillah 3a. 167 ; 7a. 209 ; 10b. 372 ;

12a. 58 ; 14a. 215 ; 14b. 265 ; 20a.

338; 21b. 149; 29a. 18, 59, 97,

127
Ketuboth, 105b. 346
Kiddushin 31a. 112, 136, 302, 381 ;

32b. 44 ; 69b, 95
Nedarim 39b. 171, 317 ; 58a. 249
Gittin 56a. 339 ; 56b. 42
Sotah 3b. 59 ; 5a. 104 ; 9b. 93, 116.

218, 377 ; 11a. 58 ; 13a. 262 ; 14a.

116 ; 15a. 107 ; 30b. 59 ; 38a.

172 ; 42b. 102 ; 46a. 168 ; 49a. 85 ;

49b. 259
Baba Bathra, 15a. 210, 211, 221 ; 16a.

308 ; 25a. 108 ; 121a. 222 ; 121b.

167; 122a. 263; 134a. 167



Sanhedrin, 11a, 267 ; 16a, 263 ; 22b.

329, 351 ; 39a. 73, 108 ; 46a. 104 ;

5Sb. 133; 60a. 171 ; 64b. 170;

89a. 256 ; 90b. 42 ; 91a. 42 ; 99a.

348 ; 10.3a. 98, 102 ; 103b. 102 ;

107a. 237
Abodah Zarah, 3b. 172, 349 ; 5a. 193 ;

11a. 42 ; 20b. 271 ; 22b. 281 ; 26a.

277
Menahoth 43b. 351 ; 86b. 82, 83 ; 110a.

346
Hullin 31a, 338 ; 31b, 338 ; 60a. 74,

172
Niddah 13a. 193 ; 69b. 75
Aboth De R. Nathan ii. 57, 82 ; xii, 91 ;

x.xi. 339 ; x.\-x. 270 ; xxxiv, 106,

141, 248 ; xxxvi. 115 ; xli. 102
Makkoth, 11a. 155; 2.3a. 216; 23b.

363 ; 24a. 363
Haggigah 12a. 58, 175 ; 12b. 110 ; 13a.

110, 213; 14a. 148, 167; 14b.

303 ; 1.5a. 219 ; 15b. 104 ; 16b. 74
Yebamoth 62a. 193 ; 64a. 336 ; 105b.

122, 125
Moed Katan 9a. 86, 237
Betsa 16a. 350
Zebahim 116a. 86

L, MIDRASHIM

Genesis Rabba i. 76, 349 ; i. 3. 171 ;

iii. 6. 74 ; iii. 9. 118 ; iv. 4. 40 ;

iv. 5, 95 ; vii. 1, 44 ; viii. 1. 171 ;

viii. 2. 73 ; viii. 3. 4, 68 ; viii. 4.

76 ; viii. 13. 113 ; ix. 7. 314 : xi.

63 ; xi. 9, 291 ; xi. 11, 113 ; xii, 1.

331 ; xii. 2. 147 ; x-vii. 1. 147 ;

xxvi. 6. 203 ; xxx. 12. 42 ; xxxiii.

3. 301 ; xxxvii. 7. 258 ; xxxix. 14.

91 ; xl. 5. 103 ; xlii. 2. 290 ; xliv.

8. 164 ; xlvii. 6, 104 ; .xlviii. 9

105, 115 ; xlix. 2. 44 ; xlix. 3

103 ; Ix. 3. 270 ; Ixv. 2. 114 ; Ixviii.

3. 4. 116 ; Ixviii. 4. 114 ; Ixviii. 9.

109 ; Ixx. 9, 220 ; Ixx, 12, 262 ;

Ix.xv, 8. 262 ; Ixxvii. 1. 114 ; Ixxxiii.

89 ; Ixxxiv. 4. 91 ; Ixxxiv. 19. 263 ;

Ixxxv. 9. 215 ; Ixxxv, 12. 216 ;

Ixxxvi. 6. 129 ; xci, 6, 217, 269 ;

xci. 7. 216 ; xcvii. 2. 129 ; xcix. 11,

171 ; cxi, 6. 250.
Exodus Rabba i. 29, 170 ; i, 35. 97 ; ii.

2. 120 ; ii. 5. 44, 105 ; v. 9. 99,

115 ; viii. 1. 237 ; xii. 1. 116 ; .\v,

5. 139 ; XV. 15. 228 ; xv, 16, 127 :

xviii. 5. 74 ; xxi. 4. 115, 125 ; xxi.

13. 379 ; xxiii. 5, 134 ; xxiv. 3.

141 ; xxvii. 2. 97 ; xxviii. 61 ;

xxviii. 6. 102, 111 ; xxix, 61 ; xxix,

1. 115 ; xxxii. 6. 9, 128 ; xxxiv. 1.

11."., 118, 124 ; xxxviii. 8. 82



INDEX



387



Leviticus Rabba i. 1. 216, 377; i. 13.
276 ; iv. 5. 41 ; iv. 8. 109 ; viii. 2.
218, 377 ; ix. 9. 209, 215, 251 :
xvi. 2. 220 ; xxi. 8. 259 ; xxiii. 98 ;
xxiii. 12. 103 ; xxvii. r>. 114 ;
xxviii. 6. 267 ; xxx. 2. 99 ; xxxii.

4. 215 ; xxxiv. 3. 269 ; xxxv. 7.
249, 272, 378 ; xxxvii. 3. 259

Numbers Rabba i. 3. 121, 129, 299 ; ii.
6. 57 ; V. 1. 105; vii. 10. 127 ; x.

5. 222 ; xi. 2. 74, 123 ; xi. 5. 83 ;
xii. 3. 119, 137 ; xii. 6. 136, 379 ;
xii. 8. 83 ; xiii. 6. 118, 291. 301 ;
XV. 2. 5. 83 ; xv. 10. 267, 377 ; xv.
21. 229 ; xvii. 2. 233 ; xix. 18. 99 ;
XX. 1. 275 ; XX. 7. 276 : xx. 18.
237 ; XX. 19. 184 ; xxi. 16. 86

Deuteronomy Rabba i. 17. 105 ; ii. 1.

324 ; ii. 10. 18, 39, 110 ; ii. 16.

130; ii. 37. 115 ; iv. 4. 144 ; v.

13. 149 ; vi. 14. 378 ; vii. 2. 123 ;

vii. 8. 100 ; ix. 9. 148 ; xi. 3. 84
Song of Songs Rabba i. 91, 110 ; i. 3.

147 ; i. 4. 170 ; ii, 94, 99, 125,

134 ; ii. 9, 289 ; iii. 8. 85 ; iv. 10.

352 ; vi. 136 ; vi. 3. 148 ; vii. 5.

317 ; viii. 261, 267 ; viii. 3. 377 ;

viii. 12. 71, 229, 231
Ruth llabba ii. 265 ; iv. 12. 220 ; v. 4.

Ill
Lamentations Rabba i. 5. 339 ; i. 33.

133; i. 45. 228; xxv. 106, 116,

121 : xxix. 133
Koheleth Rabba i. 2. 378 ; iv. 2. 237 ;

viii. 3. 86 ; X. 17. 237 ; xiv. 16.

216
Esther Rabba x. 4. 232
Si/ri (edit. Friedmanu) :

on NB'j, 83, 141 ; Numbers vi. 27.

172 ; on inSynn, 107, 133, 141, 148;

on 'VDC, 133 ; on jinnNi, 337 ; on

apv, 119 ; on Ksn "D, 112 ; on Dent.

xxiii. 14. 297 ; on Deut. xxxii. 5.

139 ; on Dent, xxxiv. 10. 277 ; on

n^n^nnN-n, 71, 91, 147, 231
Afcchilta (edit. Friedmann) :

page 1. 148; page 33. 274; on

N3, 109 ; on nhc'2, 90, 107, 133,

235, 280, 290, 378 ; on Exodus

xvi. 25. 88 ; on nrr, 44, 86, 97,

99, 114, 115, 116
Tanfj,uma :

Genesis i. 1. 144 ; rrcKiD, 302 ;

-l'?-!'?, 91 ; niv "n, 102, 115 ; nnSin,



226 ; nStt-i, 97 ; 3B"i, 222 ; 'n'l,

133; NiNi vii. 226; ^3, 148;

nVra, 90, 107, 134, 379 ; nn-, 97,

115; c-L-sra, 227; c-uscs, 42;

TOi-in, 121, 125; xct '3. 81, 102,

116 ; nips, lis, 136, 379 ; ni,ti

vi. 18 ; -rets-, 227 ; ynin, 44, 141 ;

j;-ii-c, 228; mo nnx, 94; nn3, 101,

140 ; -131C3, 93, 381 ; xrj, 84, 116 ;

-nVi-nn, 273 ; npn, 97, 265 ; pSa

xxiii. 1. 233, 234 ; pSa xxiii. 4.

234; cm-s, 86, 380; pnnKJ, 107,

222 ; npi;, 381 ; o'aw, 144
Valtut :

i? ^S 372 ; Genesis xlix. 208 ; h2,

134 ; Exodus xxxi. 115 ; •vct:% 118 ;

Numbers iii. 15. 107 ; in'^V'i:!' 96,

134 ; Deut. i. 265 ; pnnxi, 132, 337 ;

Joshua V. 131 ; vii. 265 ; xxii. 86 ;

Judges iv. 4. 277 ; 1 Sam. i. 28.

265 ; 2 Sam. xx. 144 ; xx. 22. 265 ;

xxii. 270; 1 Kings viii. 122, 125 ;

xvii. 133 ; 2 Kings ii. 266 ; Isaiah

vi. 112 ; xxv. 8. 95 ; xxxv. 95 ;

xii. 97 ; Jeremiah i. 5. 235 ; x.

379 ; xxiii. 24. 112 ; Ii. 91 ; Ezekiel

i. 123, 148 ; viii. 137 ; xxxvi. 139 ;

xxxvi. 20. 134 ; xliii. 89 ; Ho.sea .\i.

3. 235 ; Micah v. 267 ; Jonah i.

378 ; Psalms i. 69 ; vii. 237 ; viii.

86 ; xiv. 86 ; xvii. 99, 208 ; xxiv.

218, 237 ; xxxvii. 314 ; Ixviii. 144 ;

Ixxii. 89 ; Ixxxii. 144 ; Ixxxvi. 44 ;

xci. 124, 288 ; cii. 292 : civ. 89 ;

Proverbs xx. 133 ; Job xx. 27. 92 ;

xxiii. 381 ; xxxvii. 144 ; xxxviii.

381 ; Song of Songs i. 94, 149;

i. 2. 144; ii. 6. 380; ii. 27.

92 ; vi. 2. 134 ; Lamentations ii.

125 ; iii. 144 ; iii. 3. 139 ; vii.

27. 236 ; viii. 86 ; Esther v. 2.

270 ; vi. 140
PesiJcta Rabbnti (edit. Friedmann) :

1). 6. 237 ; 21. 137 ; 129. 235 ;

161. 171 ; 189. 86
Pcsikta J)e Ii. Kahana (edit. Buber) :

p. 80. 143; 105. 296
Midr(i,sh TUlim :

Ps. xvii. 216; Ixxii. 216; Ixxiv.

171 ; xc. 381 ; xd. 137
Tanna Dcbc Elijahu :

-h nh«>, 92
Pirkc R. Eliezer :

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