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SECTION III.—THE SIBYLLINE ORACLES.

Nature of their contents, 10. Views of Lardner, and of Bleek, as to their

origin, 11; view of Friedlieb, 12. Lines to be deducted from Book

III., 12. Fragments to be added, 13. Date, 14; Volkmar's view, 15.

Place of composition, 16

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SECTION IV.—THE BOOK OF ENOCH.

Uncertainty of critical opinion, 17. Recent literary history, 18. Contents, 19.

Different views as to unity of authorship, 28; Philippi's view, 29; Dill-

mann's, 29; Ewald's, 31 ; Tideman's, 34. Date of original book, 37 : The

historical vision, 37; view of Laurence, IIoflmann, and Gfrörer, 39 ; view

of Ewald and Dillmann, 39 ; Schürer's view of the seventy shepherds, 40:

The ten weeks, 41: General conclusion, 4.3: Volkmar's view of its late

divisions of the Mishnah, 169. The Mishnah perhaps continued to be trans-
mitted orally, 170. Value of the Mishnah for the study of Jewish
opinion, 170. Origin and meaning of Gemara, 171. The Jerusalem
Talmud, 172. The Babylonian Talmud, 172: Its compilation, 173:
Rab Ashi's work perhaps not at first written, 173: Closing of the Tal-
mud, 174. Language of the Gemaras, 174. Their extent in relation to
the Mishnah, 174. Their value, 175. Baraitha and Tosiphta, 175.
Midrashim, 176. Seder 'Olam Rabbah, 176. Yalqut Shim'eoni,

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CHAPTER III.

THE SON OF SIRACH, TOBIT, AND BARUCH.

Different views about the dates of these works, 196. The Wisdom of the

Son of Sirach, 196. Tobit, 197. Baruch, 197. Absence of belief in the

Messiah, 198

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Elijah, 222: References in Justin Martyr, 222; in Seder 'Olam Rabbah,

223; in the Vishnah, 223. Other forerunners, 224: Reference in the

New Testament, 224: Jeremiah in 2nd Maccabees, 225: Possible
allusion in 4th Ezra, 225: Moses with Elijah in Debarim Rabbah,
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CONCEPTION OF THE IDEAL KINGDOM WITHOUT A MESSIAH..

The Book of Daniel, 226. Principles of investigation, 226. The vision of

one like a son of man,' 228: The explanation suggested by the rest of

the vision, 228; and by the interpretation of the vision, 229: Adverse

argument from Daniel's connection with the Prophets, 231 ; reply, 232;

confirmation from the two parallel passages, 232: Hengstenberg's

arguments in favour of the Messianic explanation, 233; from the bistory

of Biblical interpretation, 233; from the mode in which the readers

would naturally understand the passage, 234; from the meaning of the

clouds, 235; from the impropriety of comparing Israel to a son of man,

239; from the analogy of other passages, 240: Conclusion, 241. The

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