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The Problem of the Old Testament Considered with Reference to Recent Criticism

James Orr [1844-1913]

 



London: James Nesbit & Co. Ltd., 1906. Hbk. pp.562. This book is in the Public Domain

Table of Contents

I. Introductory: The Problem Stated

II. The Old Testament From its Own Point of View

III. The Old Testament as Affected by Criticism - I. The History: Argument from Critical Premises

IV. The Old Testament as Affected by Criticism - I. The History: Counter-Theories Tested

V. The Old Testament as Affected by Criticism - II. Religion and Institutions: God and His Worship

VI. The Old Testament as Affected by Criticism - II. Religion and Institutions: Ark, Tabernacle, Priesthood, etc.

VII. Difficulties and Perplexities of the Critical Hyposthesis: I. The JE Analysis

VIII. Difficulties and Perplexities of the Critical Hyposthesis: The Question of Deuteronomy

IX. Difficulties and Perplexities of the Critical Hyposthesis: The Priestly Writing. I. The Code

X. Difficulties and Perplexities of the Critical Hyposthesis: The Priestly Writing. I. The Document

XI. Archaeology and the Old Testament

XII. Psalms and Prophets: The Progressiveness of Revelation

Notes

Indexes

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