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Lectures on the origin and growth of religion as illustrated by the…

by Claude Joseph Montefiore

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1897. The purpose of these lectures is to give a short history of the religion of the Old Testament. Contents: Origin and Foundation of the Hebrew Religion; The History of the Hebrew Religion Between the Mosaic Age and the Eighth Century B.C.; The Prophets of the Eighth Century B.C.; The Seventh Century: Deuteronomy and Jeremiah (700-586 B.C.); The Babylonian Exile: Ezekial and the Second Isaiah; The Restoration and the Priestly Law; From Nehemiah to the Maccabees: External Influences and Internal Organization; From Nehemiah to the Maccabees: God and Israel; and From Nehemiah to the Maccabees: The Law and Its Influence.

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