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Indices

INDICES.

INDEX I.

NAMES AND SUBJECTS.

Abel, 30, 32.

Abram—Abraham, separation from
heathen world, 41; relation to
Melehizedek, 42; object of his
call, 43; the father of believers,
44 ; relation to the nations, 48;
a prophet, 48 ; his life a progress
from faith to faith, 50 ; signifi-
cance of name, 51; covenant with,
52.

Achsemenidse, 149, 151.

Adam, potencies of sin and grace,
30; history of, 32; daughters,
32; signification of name, 34.

Adar, 151, 157, 167.

Agur, 123.

Ahaz, 120, 123, 124.

Ahaziah, 111.

Ahijah, 105.

Ahithophel, 89, 90.

Ahriman, serpent creature of, 26.

Aibu, 26.

Alexander Balas, 168.

Alexander the Great, 159, 161.

Amos, 117.

Amosis, 55.

Amram, signification of name, 56.

Angel of Jehovah, 45, 46.

Angelology, 165.

Anyelophanies, 45, 155.

Animal sacrifices, depreciation of,
117.

Antichrist, 145, 162, 164.

Antiochus ill. the Great, 159.

Antiochus IV. Epiphanes, 159,162,
167.

Antipater, 171.

Apollonius, 160, 161.

Aretas, 184.

Artaxerxes I. Longimanus, 151,

152, 156.
Artaxerxes II. Mnemon, 166.
Assumptio Mosis, 172.
Assyria, 121, 122, 124, 125 sq.
Asuriddili, 128.
Athaliah, 111.
Augustine, 2.

Baal, 55.

Baasha, 109.

Babel, signification of name, 40.

Babylon captured, 159.

Babylonian Shemites, migration of,

43.
Bacchides, 167.
Balaam, prophecy concerning the

Messiah, 70 sq.
Bamdth, 127.
Baptism of Jesus, 185 sq.
Baruch, 130.
Bathsheba, 89.

Baumgarten, Michael, 45, 196.
Baur, F. C, 197.
Bengel, 148.
Benjaminitish kingdom, failure of,

84.
Bethlehem-Ephratah, 78, 121.
Blood, medium of atonement, 66,

143.
Buddeus, J. F., 2.

Cain, 30 ; his wife, 32.
Caius Popilius Lamas, 154.
Cambyses, 151.
Carcase, disposition of, 65.
Carchemish, 128.
Celano, 127.
Chanucca festival, 161.

Chaos, correlative of wickedness, 11;
its substance, 13; relation to the
world, 14.

Chebar, 134.

Cherub, Biblical notion of, 29.

Cherubim, 134, 174.

Chittim, 153.

Chokma, 96, 123.

Christ, footsteps recognised, 10.

Christianity, preparation for, 10.

Christocracy, 164.

Chronology, from Adam to the
flood, 12; in Daniel, 164.

Chrysostom, 190.

Church, New Testament, 140.

Circumcision, origin, 53.

Cocceius, John, 3.

Colonies of Jews to Egypt, 176.

Commandments, Noachian, 38.

Congregation of Jehovah. 139, 155.

Covenant, Noachian, 37; with Abra-
ham, 52; old, 179, 192; new,
133.

Cparda, 113.

Creation, summary statement, 12.

Crusius, Christian August, 147.

Cyaxares, 149.

Cyras, 149, 150, 154.

Daniel, mentioned in Ezekiel, 153;
Book of, its purpose, 153; date,
161; recognition of redemption,
163.

Danko, 3.

Darius Codomannus, 162.

Darius Hystaspis, 151.

Darius II. Notnus, 152.

David, typical way to the throne,

85 sq. ; Messianic view of himself,

86; elevation to the throne, 87
sq. ; image of Messiah separated
from his subjectivity, 89 ; person-
ality of, 92; lament for Abner, 93.

Death, sentence of, explained, 24.
Deborah, song of, 76, 78.
Delitzsch, Friedrich, 29.
Deluge, not necessarily universal,

36.
Demetrius I. Soter, 167.
Demonology, 165.
Deutero-Isaiah, 154, 163, 172.
Dies irce, 127.

Dillmann, 27.

Division of the kingdom, 100.

Drama, 98.

Droysen, 7.

Duhm, 113, 118.

Ebed-melech, 131.

Ebers, George, 57.

Ecclesia pressa, 156.

Ecclesiastes, Book of, 166, 173,
179.

Elah, 109.

Eleazar, 80.

Elegy of David over Saul and Jona-
than, 93.

Eli, 79.

Eliakim, 130.

Elijah, 107 sq., 137.

Elisha, 108, 109, 137.

Epithalamium, 45th Psalm so
called, 111.

Epochs defined, 102; first epoch,
preformative, 106 sq.; second
epoch, Israelitish prophets, 107
sq. ; Judsean prophets, 109.

Epos, 98.

Esther, Book of, 154, 157, 158.

Eve, significance of name, 26.

Evil, its nature, 15.

Ewald, 4, 79, 118, 123.

Exile, its effect on Israel, 140 sq.

Ezekiel, dwelt among the exiles,
134; vision, 134; portrait of the
Messiah, 135 ; republic, 147.

Ezra, 151, 170.

Faith, in the Old Testament, 59,

126.
Fall, Christianity stands upon its

recognition, 23.
First sin the root of all sins, 22.
Flood, type of baptism, 35.
Forty, 187.

Freedom of choice defined, 16.
Friday, 194.

Gaysmert, 34.
Gedaliah, 132, 134.
Gervinus, 7.
Gideon, 76.

God Almighty, name peculiar to
the patriarchal history, 43, 44.

Gog, 145.

Grace, its relation to the natural, 43.

Habakkuk, 125 sq., 127.

Haggai, 155.

Haman, 157.

Hanani, 107.

Haneberg, 3.

Hannah, song of, 79, 80.

Hasse, 3.

He, as collective pronoun, 25.

Heathen. desire for their salvation,

97; Jonah's mission to them,

115.
Hebdomad, based on tradition, 13.
Hegel, 189 sq.
Heliodorus, 159.
Hellenistic literature, 10, 176.
Hengstenberg, 2, 71, 87.
Herod the Great, 171.
Hezekiah, 119, 121, 124.
Historiography, aim, 7; Biblical,

tendency of, 32.
History after the fall ruled by three

powers, 22.
History, realm of the miraculous, 5.
Hitzig, 4.
Hochstadter, 7.
Hosea, 118.
Hyksos, 55.

Incarnation, 177, 182 sq.

Ionians, 152.

Isaac, passivity of his character, 50.

Isaiah, trilogy of Messianic prophe-
cies, 119; prophecies under Uzziah,
Jotham, and Ahaz, 120; under
Hezekiah, 123.

Israel, sojourn in Egypt an arrange-
ment of the divine wisdom, 54;
duration, 54; under Solomon,
type of the Church, 95.

Ithamar, 79.

Jabesh, 109.
Jehoahaz, 129, 130.
Jehoiachin, 131.
Jehoiakim, 130, 131, 164.
Jehoshaphat, 111.
Jehovah, signification of name, 58;
Elohim, 182; of Hosts, 70, 71 sq.
Jehu, 107.

Jeremiah, his call, 128 sq. ; burning
of his book, 130 sq.; regarded as
a traitor, 131; makes the covenant
the centre of his prophecy, 132sq.;
typical character, 137 ; contends
against the Egyptian court poli-
tics, 138.

Jeroboam, 105, 109.

Jeroboam II., 114, 117.

Jerome, 77.

Jesus, His merit according to a
Rabbi, 7; Christ, 182, 185, 187
sq., 190.

Joash, 109, 111.

Job, Book of, 96-98.

Jochebed, signification of, 56.

Joel, 112-114, 152.

Johanan, 160.

John the Baptist, 183 sq., 185.

John, Gospel of, discriminates two
kinds of men, 31.

John Hyrcanus, 168, 171.

Jonah, 114, 115, 195.

Jonathan, 168, 170.

Joram, 111, 112, 152.

Joseph, 196.

Josephus, 10, 57, 61, 77, 160, 170,
184.

Joshua, state of affairs after his
death, 74.

Jotham, 120.

Judah, leader of the tribes, 49;
royal tribe, 70 sq.; not men-
tioned by Deborah, 76.

Judaism, 196.

Judas Galilseus, 169.

Judas Maccabseus, 160, 167.

Judges, time of, characterized, 75;
their call, 76.

Jupiter Olympius, 160, 162.

Kidkon, 90.

King, law of, in Deuteronomy,

101.
Kingdom of heaven, 185.
Kings, chronology of, 104.
Kisleu, 162.

Knowledge of good and evil, 21.
Kbhler, August, 3.
Kurtz, 3.

Lang, H., 6.

Lassen, 95.

Law, homogeneity of, 63; accommo-
dates itself to deeply-rooted insti-
tutions, 64.

Legislation, characteristics of, 61-
63.

Logos of Philo, 176, 179.

Love, outlasts the cessation of the
sexual relation, 18.

Lycurgus, 113.

MACCAB.BAN priestly kings, 168.
Maccabee, derivation of name, 160.
Malachi, 151, 183, 198.
Man, basis of his divine image, 18;

fall of, 21.
Manasseh, 127, 130.
Mankind, creation of, 17.
Marriages between gods and men,

35.
Mary's magnificat, 79.
Mattathias, 160.
Matthew, 181 sq.
Melito, 77.
Menephthes, 56.
Mercaba, 134.
Merx, 113, 152.

Messiah, image of, 121; the Right-
eous Sprout, 133; prophesied by

Daniel, 163; conception of, in

the Alexandrian apocrypha, 172;

consecration, 186.
Messianic hope, 91, 116, 170, 171,

177 ; prophecy attains its climax,

119.
Micah, Book of, 121; predicts

Babylonian exile, 122.
Miracles, essence of, 5; accompany

the conquest of Canaan, 73;

when credible, 74 sq. ; of Christ,

189.
Modin, 160.

Moral corruption, 34 sq.
Mordecai, 157.
Moses, signification of name, 57;

his mediatorship, 68 sq.
Music and the prophetic charism,

82.

Nadab, 109.
Nahum, 125 sq.
Nayoth, 82, 85.

Nebuchadnezzar, 128, 132.

Nehemiah, 151, 170.

Neighbour, meaning of the word in
the Pentateuch, 64.

New beginning, its ethical cha-
racter, 43.

New Testament religion begins
with the sanctitication of personal
life, 53.

Nicanor, 167.

Nineveh, 127, 128, 149.

Noah, the first mediator, 35.

Obadiah, 112-114.

Old Testament history, arrange-
ment, 8; sources, 9 sq.

Olives, Mount of, 90.

Omri, 109.

Onias, 162.

Onkelos, avoidance of anthropo-
pathism, 174.

Origen, 77.

Original beginning, consequences
of, 14.

Paradise, paragon of all beauty,

20; banishment from, 29.
Parousia, 78, 122, 155, 198.
Passover, 192; passover lamb,

typical character of, 60.
Patriarchs, lives contrary to hope,

43 ; died weary of life, 44; their

faith, 44; promises to them, 47;

typical character, 50, 51.
Pekah, 120.

Peoples, their separation, 39.
Personality, its rights, 133.
Perspective, law of, 147 sq., 185;

Daniel's, 153.
Pesikta of Eab Kahana, 55.
Pharaoh-Hophra, 131.
Pharaoh-Necho, 128, 130.
Pharaoh-Sheshonk I., 107.
Pharisees, 169-171.
Philo, 172, 176, 177 sq.
Phoenicia, connection with Israel,

95.
Photius, 20.
Polytheism, demoniacal character,

165.
Prehistory of Christ, 181.
Presuppositions, 4.

205

INDEX.

Proper names in the Mosaic age,

their significance, 55.
Prophecy, 116, 183.
Prophetic schools, 81.
Prophetism, 103.
Prophets, conscience of the state,

106 ; of the second epoch, 109 sq.;

view of the future, 150.
Protevangelium, 25, 179.
Proverbs, Book of, 96-98.
Psalterium Solomonis, 169.
Pseudo-Smerdis, 150, 151.
Ptolemseus Lagi, 175, 176.
Ptolemseus Philadelphus, 176.
Ptolemseus Philometor, 154.

Ralbag, 123.

Eamah, 132, 134.

Ramses, 56, 57.

Rawlinson, George, 115.

Red Sea, passage through, 58.

Redemption expected through

Jehovah, 71 sq.
Rehoboam, 105; image still to be

seen, 107.
Restitution hypothesis, 13.
Resurrection of Jesus Christ, 6,199.
Revelation, modes of, 45.
Rezin, 120.
Rig-Veda, 123.
Roos, 118.
Ruth, 77 ; Book of, 78.

Sabbath, command for its observ-
ance, 13; of creation, 19; of
redemption, 194,197.

Sacrifice, origin, 31; true character
of, 67, 68.

Sacrificial Tora, 65-67.

Sadducees, 169, 170.

Samaritans, 150, 154.

Sampson, 76.

Samuel, founder of a new age, 81.

Saul, untheocratic disposition, 85;
hatred of David, 86.

Sayings of Jewish Fathers, 175.

Schiller, Sendung Moses, 56.

Schrader, 92.

Schultz, Hermann, 71.

Schweizer, Alexander, 6.

Second David, 118, 119, 135, 136,
148, 198.

Seed of woman, victory of, 28; first
bruised in Abel's murder, 30.

Seleucidse, beginning of era, 159.

Seleucus I. Nicator, 159.

Seleucus iv. Philopater, 159.

Sennacherib, 124 note 2, 126, 132
note.

Septuagint version begun, 176.

Sermon on the Mount, 188.

Seron, 161.

Serpent, why chosen, 26.

Servant of Jehovah, as the faithful
in Israel, 141 ; term defined, 142;
union of previous conceptions of
salvation in Him, 142 sq. ; pro-
phet, priest, and king, brings
Himself as trespass-offering, 144;
mediator, 156; completion of
work, 198, 199.

Sethos, 56.

Severus, Sulpicius, 2.

Shame defined, 24.

Shear-jashub, 120.

Shekinah, 174, 175.

Shelloh, 136.

Shemaiah, 105.

Shem's line, 39.

Sheshach, 130.

Shiloh, 49, 71, 199.

Simon, high priest, 168, 171.

Sin-offering, 145.

Sleidan, 103.

Smend, 80, 146.

Smith, W. Robertson, 80.

Solomon, type of Messiah's glory,
94 ; crowning points of his glory,
98 ; his prayer, 99.

Solomon's Song, 96-98.

Son of man, 166.

Song of Moses, typical, 60.

Sosse of Babylonian chronology, 36.

Sparta, 113.

Spirit of God, 178; of life, 18.

Sprout of Jehovah, 119.

Stade, 113, 152.

Surenhusius, 181.

Syrio-Ephraimitic league, 120.

Tamid, 192.
Tammuz, 131.
Tarshish, 95.
Taylor, 175.

Tel-Abib, 134.

Temple, building of, 98 sq.; of
living stones, 100; Ezekiel's,
145 sq.; second, 150; comple-
tion of, 151; Christ's body,
196 sq.

Temporal history, result of, 17.

Temptation, Christ's, 187.

Themistocles, 166.

Thenius, 79.

Theocracy, its character, 61.

Theophany, 156.

Tholuck, 82.

Tidmat, 26.

Tiglath-Pileser, 115, 116, 121.

Time, Palestinian reckoning, 193.

Times, fulness of, 180.

Tohu, defined, 16, 184.

Tora, Ezekiel's, 146.

Tree of life, after the fall, 28.

Trespass-offering, 145.

Trichotomy of man and earth, 19.

Trinitarian conception of God, 178.

Two lines, 33.

Types, four among the prophets,
136 sq.

Usity of human race, 36.

Usury, 65.
Uzziah, 117, 120.

War, its benefits, 39.

Weber, Ferdinand, 146.

WeUhausen, 4, 71, 80, 139, 169.

Wisdom, development of the idea,
173 sq., 179.

Wisdom of Solomon, 173.

Woman, creation of, 21.

Word or Logos, 174, 175.

World, commingled of two prin-
ciples, 15.

World-empire, meaning of the term,
103, 104 note, 122, 125 sq.

World-power, represented by Le-
banon, 119.

Xerxes, 157, 162.
Xisuthros, 36.

Zachariah, 109.
Zadok, 169.
Zedekiah, 131.
Zephaniah, 127.
Zerubbabel, 181.
Zeruiah, 90.
Zimri, 109.

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