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Book Description

Title:
Sacrifice in the Old Testament. Its Theory in Practice
Author:
Publication Year:
Location:
Oxford
Publisher:
Clarendon Press
Pages:
434
Subjects:
Sacrifice, OldTestament
Copyright Holder:
Public domain

George Buchanan Gray [1865-1922], Sacrifice in the Old Testament. Its Theory in Practice

Table of Contents

  • Editorial Note
  • A List of Dr Gray's Published Contributins to Old Testament Studies
  • Abbreviations
  • Addenda et Corrigenda
  • The Theory of Sacrifice
    • 1. Sacrifice and Sacred Offerings, i
    • 2. Sacrifice and Sacred Offerings, ii
    • 3. Sacrifice and Sacred Offerings, iii
    • 4. Sacrifice, Propitiation, and Expiation, i
    • 5. Sacrifice, Propitiation, and Expiation, ii
    • 6. Sacrifice, Propitiation, and Expiation, iii
  • The Altar
    • 7. Literary and Archaeological Evidence
    • 8. Earlier History
    • 9. Later History
    • 10. The Sacrificial Service in Heaven, i
    • 11. The Sacrificial Service in Heaven, ii
  • The Hebrew Priesthood
    • 12. The Terms for Cultic Persons
    • 13. The Mosaic Priesthood
    • 14. The Early Priesthood
    • 15. Later Limitations and Extensions
    • 16. The Levitcal Priesthood
    • 17. The High Priest
  • The Festivals
    • 18. The Festal Calendars
    • 19. New Year's Day and Some Other Festivals
    • 20. The Day of Atonement
    • 21. The Sheaf
    • 22. The Paschal Victim
    • 23. The Blood Ritual of the Passover
    • 24. The Paschal Meal
    • 25. The Passover and the New Testament
  • Appendix
    1. Note on the Materials of Sacrifice
    2. Minaean Inscriptions illustrating ch. iv
    3. Selection from the Megillath Ta'anith
  • Indexes
    1. General
    2. Authors cited
    3. Arabic words and phrases
    4. Assyrian words and phrases
    5. Greek words and phrases
    6. Biblical references
      1. Old Testament
      2. Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha
      3. New Testament
    7. Post-biblical Jewish References
      1. Rabbinic
      2. Greek