The Makers and Teachers of Judaism eBook

Charles Foster Kent
This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 390 pages of information about The Makers and Teachers of Judaism.

Section XCVII.  CONDITIONS AND PROBLEMS WITHIN THE JUDEAN COMMUNITY

Mal. 1:6-14, 2, 3, 4:1-3, Ps. 22:1-18.

I. Date of the Book of Malachi.—­II.  Neglect of the Temple Service.—­

III.  The Need of a Great Moral Awakening.—­IV.  The Lot of the Faithful.—­ V. The Problem of Suffering in the Literature of the Period.

Section XCVIII.  THE PROBLEM AND TEACHINGS OF THE BOOK OF JOB

Job 1, 2 3:2, 11, 13-15, 17, 19, 20-22, 25, 26, 4:1-7, 17-19, 5:17-22, 26, 27, 6:1-4b, 14, 15, 20-30, 7:1-6, 9-18, 20, 21, 8:1-6, 9:1-7, 16-20, 24, 31-35, 10:9-15, 20-22, 11:1, 7-9, 13-15, 12:1-3, 13:7-18, 21-25, 14:7-10, 13-15, 18, 19, 15:4-6, 16:1-4, 11-13a, 18-21, 18:1, 5-7, 19:1, 13-15, 23-27, 20:1-5, 21:1, 7-9, 22:1-5, 23, 27, 28, 23:1-6, 25:1-4, 26:1, 27:2, 4, 5, 7-9, 29:1-5, 30:15-21, 31:5-8, 35-37, 40:2, 8, 9, 38:2-7, 8-11, 39-41, 42:2, 3, 5, 8.

I. The Structure of the Book of Job.—­II.  Dates of the Different Parts.—­ III.  The Prose Story.—­IV.  The Poem of Job.—­V.  Progress in Job’s Thought.—­VI.  Significance of the Speeches of Job.

Section XCIX.  THE TRAINING AND MISSION OF THE TRUE SERVANT OF JEHOVAH

Isa. 49:1-15, 50:4-10, 52:13-15, 53.

I. The Different Portraits of Jehovah’s Servant.—­II.  The Prophet’s
Purpose.—­III.  The Character and Condition of Those to Whom the Prophet
Appealed.—­IV.  The Task and Training of Jehovah’s Servant.—­V.  Methods of
Jehovah’s Servant.—­VI.  Realization of the Ideal of Service.

Section C. NEHEMIAH’S WORK IN REBUILDING THE WALLS OF JERUSALEM

Neh. 1-4, 6, 7:1-5a, 12:31, 32, 37-40.

I. Nehemiah’s Memoirs.—­II.  Nehemiah’s Response to the Call to Service.—­ III.  Obstacles that Confronted Him.—­IV.  His Plan of Work.—­V.  The Restored Walls.—­VI.  Completion and Dedication of the Walls.

Section CI.  NEHEMIAH’S SOCIAL AND RELIGIOUS REFORMS

Isa. 56, 58:2-12, Neh. 5, 13:4-31.

I. Cruelty and Hypocrisy of the Jewish Leaders.—­II.  Nehemiah’s Method of Correcting the Social Evils in the Community.—­III.  The Historical Value of Nehemiah 13.—­IV.  Regulations Regarding the Temple Service.—­ V. Provisions Regarding Sabbath Observance and Foreign Marriages.—­ VI.  Significance of Nehemiah’s Work.

Section CII.  TRADITIONAL ACCOUNT OF THE ADOPTION OF THE PRIESTLY LAW

Ezra 7:1, 6-10, Neh. 7:73b-8:4a, 5, 6, 9-18, 9:1-3, 6-8. 32-38, 10:28-39b

I. The Ezra Tradition.—­II.  The Historical Value of the Ezra Tradition.—­ III.  The Facts Underlying It.—­IV.  Origin and Aims of the Priestly
Laws.—­V.  Their Important Regulations.—­VI.  Their Practical Effects.

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