The Doctrine of God in the Jewish Apocryphal and Apocalyptic Literature

( A ) It is only in the Salathiel Apocalypse that we have the doctrine of the evil inclination implanted in man from the beginning , though there is something very much like it in 4 Maccabees . The idea of an evil impulse in man appears ...

The Doctrine of God in the Jewish Apocryphal and Apocalyptic Literature


The Doctrine of the Apocalypse and Its Relation to the Doctrine of the Gospel and Epistles of John Classic Reprint

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The Doctrine of the Apocalypse  and Its Relation to the Doctrine of the Gospel and Epistles of John  Classic Reprint

Excerpt from The Doctrine of the Apocalypse, and Its Relation to the Doctrine of the Gospel and Epistles of John I Am aware that the title of the following volume leaves the reader to some extent in doubt whether he has to do with a treatise on biblical theology or on biblical criticism, or with a work of a mixed character. But instead of prefixing a tedious title, which would still need explaining, I have expressed myself briefly, and feel under obligation to define my meaning in a preface. According to Keim's preface to the third volume of his History of Jesus of Nazareth, John is " historically vanquished." Such great words, often easily uttered, frequently fail to justify themselves. For me there exists no historico-philosophical necessity to reject beforehand the portrait of Christ as sketched by John; and the generally learned and acute attacks on its authenticity, - far inore than all modern defences, whether with or without limitations, more even than the thorough and ingenious researches of Weizsacker, - and, though it may seem strange, above all, the attempt of Keim, surprising in many respects, to construct the life of Jesus exclusively from the synoptical Gospels, have made it to me increasingly improbable that the ecclesiastical tradition respecting the origin of John's Gospel is untrue. But should this avowal be understood to mean that, according to my own statement, the difficulties of the question were gradually overcome in this way, I must strongly protest against such an interpretation; for, on the contrary, the more unacceptable the negative solution became to me, the less did the various attempts at a positive solution - Wcizsacker's not excepted - succeed in satisfying me. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works."

New England Magazine

THE DOCTRINE OF THE APOCALYPSE . * _ In the Introduction to this work Gebhardt maintains that the apostle John was the author of the Apocalypse , and also of the gospel and epistles which bear his name ; that the Apocalypse was written ...

New England Magazine


The New Englander

THE DOCTRINE OF THE APOCALYPSE . * — In the Introduction to this work Gebhardt maintains that the apostle John was the thor of the Apocalypse , and also of the gospel and epistles which bear his name ; that the Apocalypse was written in ...

The New Englander


New Englander and Yale Review

The DOCTRINE OF THE APOCALYPSE . * _ In the Introduction to this work Gebhardt maintains that the apostle John was the author of the Apocalypse , and also of the gospel and epistles which bear his name ; that the Apocalypse was written ...

New Englander and Yale Review


The Doctrine of the Messiah in Medieval Jewish Literature

Is., 24-27, possesses the eschatological setting and doctrines familiar in apocalyptic writings. In chapter 24 the writer portrays in dramatic word pictures the dire disaster that will overwhelm the entire earth, after which God will ...

The Doctrine of the Messiah in Medieval Jewish Literature

This Is A Solid Scholarly Book About The Messianic Views Of The Greatest Scholars And Thinkers Of The Middle Ages, Saadia, Gaon, Rash, Judah Halevi, To Name A Few.

A Critical History of the Doctrine of a Future Life

This way of considering the Apocalypse likewise enables one who is acquainted with the early JewishChristian doctrines , legends , and hopes , to explain clearly a large number of passages in it whose obscurity has puzzled many a ...

A Critical History of the Doctrine of a Future Life


A Critical History of the Doctrine of a Future Life With a complete bibliography of the subject by Ezra Abbot

This way of considering the Apocalypse likewise enables one who is acquainted with the early JewishChristian doctrines , legends , and hopes , to explain clearly a large number of passages in it whose obscurity has puzzled many a ...

A Critical History of the Doctrine of a Future Life  With a complete bibliography of the subject  by Ezra Abbot


A critical history of the doctrine of a future life with a complete bibliography of the subject by E Abbot

This way of considering the Apocalypse likewise enables one who is acquainted with the early JewishChristian doctrines , legends , and hopes , to explain clearly a large number of passages in it whose obscurity has puzzled many a ...

A critical history of the doctrine of a future life  with a complete bibliography of the subject  by E  Abbot


The Sources of the Doctrines of the Fall and Original Sin

The Apocalypse of Abraham—V. Pseudo-Philo—Note on The Assumption of Moses, The Psalms of Solomon, The Testament of AbrahamVl. The Books of Adam,_ (a) The Apocalypse of Moses: (é)_The Vita Adae: (c) The Book of Adam and Eve (Malan) or ...

The Sources of the Doctrines of the Fall and Original Sin

This 1903 book is a historical study of the sources and development of the doctrines of the Fall and Original Sin. Written as the companion volume to The Origin and Propagation of Sin, the book deals with the sources of the Hebrew Fall-story and the propagation, gathering an array of literature.

the sources of the doctrines of the fall and original sin

The Book of the Secrets of Enoch ( Slavonic Enoch ) — Its unique doctrine of Original Sin -- IX . The ( Syriac ) Apocalypse of Baruch - X . 4 Ezra ( 2 Esdras ) —Its relation to the last work and to S. Paul Appendix to Chapter IX .

the sources of the doctrines of the fall and original sin


A vindication of the doctrines and statements of Swedenborg against the perversions and attacks of Dr M hler and Professor Perrone Translated by the Rev J H Smithson

DOCTRINE DE LA NOUVELLE Jérusalem sur le Seigneur . 28 . DOCTRINE DE LA NOUVELLE Jérusalem sur l'Ecriture Sainte . 38 . L'APOCALYPSE Dans son Sens Spirituel , d'après l'Apocalypse Révélée et l'Apocalypse Expliquée . 88 .

A vindication of the doctrines and statements of Swedenborg against the perversions and attacks of Dr  M  hler and Professor Perrone     Translated     by the Rev  J  H  Smithson


The Doctrine of the New Jerusalem on the Subject of Faith

THE APOCALYPSE REVEALED ; wherein are disclosed the Arcana therein Ixretold , which have hitherto remained concealed . With an INDEX . 3 vols . 82.00 . THE APOCALYPSE EXPLAINED according to the Spiritual Sense ; wherein wre revealed ...

The Doctrine of the New Jerusalem on the Subject of Faith