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Jewish theology, systematically and historically considered,

Author: Kaufmann Kohler
Publisher: New York, Macmillan Co., 1918.
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Kohler, Kaufmann, 1843-1926.
Jewish theology.
New York, Macmillan Co., 1918
(OCoLC)604154865
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kaufmann Kohler
OCLC Number: 2747180
Description: xiii, 505 pages 21 cm
Contents: I. The meaning of theology --
II. What is Judaism? --
III. The essence of the religion of Judaism --
IV. The Jewish articles of faith --
Part I: God --
A. God as he makes himself known to man --
V. Man's consciousness of God and belief in God --
VI. Revelation, prophecy, and inspiration --
VII. The Torah, the divine instruction --
VIII. God's covenant --
B. The idea of God in Judaism --
IX. God and the gods --
X. The names of God --
XI. The existence of God --
XII. The essence of God --
XIII. The one and only God --
XIV. God's omnipotence and omniscience --
XV. God's omnipresence and eternity --
XVI. God's holiness --
XVII. God's wrath and punishment --
XVIII. God's long suffering and mercy --
XIX. God's justice --
XX. God's love and compassion --
XXI. God's truth and faithfulness --
XXII. God's knowledge and wisdom --
XXIII. God's condescension --
C. God in relation to the world --
XXIV. The world and its master --
XXV. Creation as the act of God --
XXVI. The maintenance and government of the world --
XXVII. Miracles and the cosmic order --
XXVIII. Providence and the moral government of the world --
XXIX. God and the existence of evil --
XXX. God and the angels --
XXI. Satan and the spirits of evil --
XXXII. God and intermediary powers --
Part II: Man --
XXXIII. Man's place in creation --
XXXIV. The dual nature of man --
XXXV. The origin and destiny of man --
XXXVI. God's spirit in Man --
XXXVII. Free will and moral responsibility --
XXXVIII. The meaning of sin --
XXXIX. Repentance, or the return to God --
XL. Man, the child of God --
XLI. Prayer and sacrifice --
XLII. The nature and purpose of prayer --
XLIII. Death and the future life --
XLIV. The immortal soul of man --
XLV. Divine retribution: reward and punishment --
XLVI. The individual and the race --
XLVII. The moral elements of civilization --
Part III. Israel and the kingdom of God --
XLVIII. The election of Israel --
XLIX. The kingdom of God and the mission of Israel --
L. The priest people and its law of holiness --
LI. Israel, the people of the law, and its world mission --
LII. Israel, the servant of the Lord, martyr and Messiah of the nations --
LIII. The messianic hope --
LIV. Resurrection, a national hope --
LV. Israel and the heathen nations --
LVI. The stranger and the proselyte --
LVII. Christianity and Mohammedanism the daughter religions of Judaism --
LVIII. The synagogue and its institutions --
LIX. The ethics of Judaism and the kingdom of God.
Responsibility: by Dr. K. Kohler.

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