The Apocryphal Old Testament

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INDEX OF SUBJECTS
Abel: sits as judge before the gates of heaven 410-12.
Abraham: argues with his father about his idols 47, 371, 372-74.
Abyss, the: the place of punishment and torment 196, 210, 275, 278, 289, 923, 924.
Adam: 'the first-formed' 409, 934; the secrets of the future revealed to A. in Eden and subsequently told to Seth 154-55; A. sits as an observer outside the gates of heaven 408-9; each man 'is his own A.' 875.
Addition: name of the final day of the feast of Tabernacles 101. See Feasts and Festivals.
Angel: the a. of Abraham 427-28, 585; the a. of the Christian Church 789-90; the a. of death 853; the a. of the Holy Spirit 790, 799, 805-6, 809, 811-cp. 'the a. of the Spirit' who has inspired certain psalms to which no name is attached 793; the a. that intercedes for Israel528, 565.
Angels: a. of the presence 13, 14, 527; guardian a. 108; their food 147-cp. 490; their language 646, 924; they must not be worshipped 923; they will be friends of perfect priests and monks 433; they write the records of the deeds of men 336, 921, 923; their function as recorders at the Judgement 289, 410-12, and as accusers 921, 923; in the age to come the righteous will be made like a. 871-cp. 231.
Angels (the fallen): their names 189, 190-1, 251-52; their fall 188-90, 203, 251, 277, 316, 519; their imprisonment 25, 41, 196, 210, 246, 249, 278, 330, 335, 876; their judgement and final punishment 196, 199, 201, 208, 210, 233-35, 249-50, 289, 293, 785. See Watchers.
Antichrist, the: 431, 767-73, 777, 791-92, 935, 936-37; he fell from heaven like the morning stars 769; his personal appearance described 768, 936-37. See The Shameless One, The Son of Lawlessness, The Son of Perdition.
Archetypal Temple in heaven, the: dates from the Creation and shown to Adam, Abraham, and Moses 842-cp. 528, 877, and 790 where the Christian Church 'is in the heavens'; cp. also 431 and 433 where men's service on earth corresponds to the archetypal service in heaven, and 347 where man's judgement-place, with the necessary weight and measure, was prepared for him before he existed.
Atonement, the Day of: fore-ordained 26; instituted on the news of the loss of Joseph 106.
Awaited One, the (title of Christ): 462.
Azazel (in 1 Enoch a leader of the fallen angels): 190, 193, 195, 251, 378-79, 383-85, 389-cp. 277; his imprisonment 193, 199, 233-cp. 278; his judgement and final punishment 195, 234-35-cp. 289.
Babel: Baruch sees the builders of the Tower in the second heaven 905-6.
Balance. See Weighing of souls.
Baptism: 155, 158, 949, 964.
Baruch: will be preserved until the End 847, 855, 886.
Beezebul: 739, 740, 742-43.
Behemoth: 239, 856-57. See also Leviathan.
Beliar: 12, 56 and very frequently in Test. XII Pat. and chaps. i-v of Asc. Isa.

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The Apocryphal Old Testament
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface ix
  • Abbreviations and Symbols xix
  • Jubilees 1
  • Prologue 10
  • The Life of Adam and Eve 141
  • Appendix - Eve's Account of the Fall from the Apocalypse of Moses XV-Xxx 161
  • 1 - Enoch 169
  • 2 - Enoch 321
  • The Apocalypse of Abraham 363
  • The Testament of Abraham 393
  • The Testament of Isaac 423
  • The Testament of Jacob 441
  • The Ladder of Jacob 453
  • Joseph and Aseneth 465
  • The Testaments of the Twelve Patriarchs 505
  • The Assumption of Moses 601
  • The Testament of Job 617
  • The Psalms of Solomon 649
  • The Odes of Solomon 683
  • The Testament of Solomon 733
  • The Apocalypse of Elijah 753
  • The Ascension of Isaiah 775
  • The Paraleipomena of Jeremiah 813
  • The Syriac Apocalypse of Baruch 835
  • The Greek Apocalypse of Baruch 897
  • The Apocalypse of Zephaniah and an Anonymous Apocalypse 915
  • The Apocalypse of Esdras 927
  • The Vision of Esdras 943
  • Bibliography 946
  • The Apocalypse of Sedrach 953
  • Bibliography 956
  • Index of Scriptural References 967
  • Index of Ancient Authors and Works 973
  • Index of Modern Authors 975
  • Index of Subjects 981
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