The School Tradition of the Old Testament: The Bampton Lectures for 1994

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Index of Biblical References
Page numbers refer to the footnotes
Old Testament
Genesis
1: 1-2: 3 122
1: 26-31 8
2: 4-3: 19 122
2: 7 122
2: 9 122 , 123
2: 10-14 122
2: 19, 20 123
2: 21, 22 123
3: 1 123
3: 5 123
3: 7 123
3: 8 62 , 122
9: 8-17 171
9: 20-4 123
12: 10-20 119
12: 11 115
18: 21-33 165
18: 23 166
18: 25 166
20: 1-18 119
24: 1-67 121
24: 12, 27, 40, 42, 48, 56 121
24: 16 115
24: 21 121
24: 67 121
26: 7 115
29: 1-35 121
29: 17 115 , 121
29: 20 121
30: 14-17 133
32: 12 118
37-50 115
37: 2 117
38 115
38: 12-30 121
38: 14 121
39: 6 115
39: 7-23 116
39: 8, 9 116
41 119
41: 8 2
41: 46 117
41: 49 118
42: 24 119
43: 2-10 118
43: 30, 31 119
43: 32 118
44: 18-34 118
45: 1 119
45: 5, 8 117
45: 8 58
46: 8-27 115
46: 34 118
47: 25 117
48 115
49 115
50: 20 58 , 117
50: 22, 26 118
Exodus
4: 10 43
7: 11 2
14: 10-14, 24, 30, 31 125
14: 19 110
20: 24-23: 9 187
21: 12, 13 113
23: 20-3 110
25: 10-22 110
28: 3 65
29: 44-6 109
31: 3-11 65
32: 34 110
35: 31-3 65
35: 35 65
36: 8 65
Leviticus
18: 6-30 123
27: 30-3 109
Numbers
10: 9 109
13: 17-20 124
31: 6 109
31: 19, 24 108
31: 48-54 109
Deuteronomy
1: 8 108
4: 1, 40 107
4: 5, 6 107
4: 7 112
4: 25-31 112
4: 40 108
5: 10 111
5: 31 106
6: 1 106
6: 4-9 107
6: 20 106
7: 1, 2 110
7: 1-6 108
7: 7-10 111
7: 9 111
7: 17-24 108
7: 17 106
7: 25 106
8: 1 108
8: 7-19 111
9: 1-3 108
10: 1-5 110
10: 12-19 111
10: 12 106
10: 18 114
11: 1, 13, 22 111
11: 9 108
11: 18-20 107

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • The School Tradition of the Old Testament iii
  • Preface vii
  • Acknowledgement ix
  • Contents xi
  • Abbreviations xii
  • I- a Jerusalem School Inspected 1
  • II- Schools and Libraries 24
  • III- School-Books from Egypt 45
  • IV- Education in Wisdom 65
  • V- Prophets and Teachers 93
  • VI- Story-Writers 115
  • VII- Honest Doubters 137
  • VIII- Belief and Behaviour 159
  • IX- Retrospect 183
  • Chronological Tables 191
  • Index of Biblical References 195
  • Index of Subjects 204
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