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A STUDY OF INTELLECTUAL AND SPIRITUAL
GROWTH FROM EARLY TIMES TO THE
ESTABLISHMENT OF CHRISTIANITY
HENRY OSBORN TAYLOR
Πνεύμα ο θεός
G. P. PUTNAM'S SONS
24 BEDFORD STREET, STRAND
Looking to the Past : Its Rustic Virtue ; The Georgics
Rome's Fortitude : Obeying Divine Destiny
The Æneid : Power and Sadness of Obedience
As the Past Declares, so let its Virtues Guard the Future
THE EMPIRE: THE SPIRITUAL CHANGE.
From Homer to Virgil : Homeric and Virgilian Pathos
Virgil's Tenderness towards All of Life
Horace ; The Pathos of Epicureanism
From the Garden to the Porch ; Horace Preaches Virtue ; Look
Stoical Aphorism and Benevolence : Seneca
From Reason to Ecstasy and Oracle
Philo; Appolonius of Tyana ; Plutarch
The Absolute “ First" ; The Nous ; The Soul; The Sensible
Purification unto the Ecstasy of God
Porphyry; Iamblicus; The Philosophy of Superstition
Abidingness of Paganism ; Character of the Religious Revival
ISRAEL: DELIVERANCE AND CONSECRATION.
The Stories of the Patriarchs ; Writing
The Exodus and Resulting Thought of God; Moses
Leadership, Divine and Human ; Samuel and a King
Kingly Qualities ; Saul's Failure
Solomon ; The Justice and Mercy of the Time
Israel's Twofold Religious Consciousness ; The Covenant with
Religious Ethics of Patriarchal Narrative
The Consecration of Deliverance ; Its Permitted Self-Assertion .
Israel's Religion Imperfect ; Modes of Completion
Jehovah's Power of Righteousnes
Prophetic Monotheism : Jehovah God of All Peoples .
Jehovah a Law of Righteousness for Israel : The Righteousness
Comprehensiveness and Diversity of Messianic Thought
The Covenants and the Messiah-King
The Messiah-King in the Prophets
The Servant in “Second Isaiah" ; Isaiah liii
Divine Efficiency of Suffering
Artist Qualities of Greece and Israel ; Character of Hebrew
The Thought of God in the Psalter
Jehovah's Infinity of Righteousness and Love
The Sense of Self before its God
Fret not Thyself ; Trust Jehovah
Let God Arise, and Let His Enemies be Scattered
God be Gracious! The Victory .
WISDOM AND THE LAW-LATER JUDAISM.
Teaching of Proverbs : Wisdom, God's Plan ; Wisdom is Fear of
Why Do the Righteous Suffer? The Book of Job a Statement of
The Law a Reflex of Jehovah's Ways .
Thou shalt Love the Lord Thy God
Holiness and Righteousness; the Ritual
Babylonian and Persian Influence
Israel's Rigid Strength : The Zeal for the Law and its Tradition 225
Apocalyptic Prophecy; Immortality and Resurrection