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PUBLIC LIFE OF JESUS FROM THE FIRST TO THE SECOND PASSOVER.

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Departure from Jerusalem.. PAGE 94 Populousness of Galilee .. Page 104
John the Baptist and Herod... ib. Herod Antipas...

ib.
Jesus passes through Samaria. 95 Jesus passes unmolested through
Hostility of the Jews and Samari- Galilee.....

105
tans...

ib. Comparison with Authors of other
Samaritan Belief in the Messiah.. 97 Revolutions.

106
Samaritan Sanhedrin..... 98 Teaches in the Synagogues and in
Second Miracle in Capernaum...
ib. the open Air.....

ib.

Nazareth-Inhospitable Reception Manner of his Discourses-Quota-

of Jesus ...

99 tion from Jortin...

ib.

Jesus in the Synagogue..

ib. Sermon on the Mount.

107

Violence of the Nazarenes.. 1CO Principles of Christian Morality.

Capernaum the chief Residence of Not in Unison with the Age. ib.

Jesus....

ib. Its Universality...

110

Apostles chosen

101 Its original Principles.

ib.

Jesus in the Synagogue of Caper- Conduct of Jesus with regard to
ib. his Countrymen..

111
His Mode of Teaching different Healing the Leper..
from that of the Rabbins...... 102 Second Miracle..

ib.
Causes of the Hostility of the ordi- The Publicans..

112

nary Teachers

103 Close of first Year of public Life of

Progress. through Galilee..

104 Jesus...,

ib.

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SECOND YEAR OF TAE PUBLIC LIFE OF JESUS.

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Last Passover ( A. D. 30.).

151 Jesus in the Garden of Gethse-

Zaccheus....

153

175

All Sects hostile to Jesus.

154 Betrayal of Jesus...

176

The Pharisees......

ib. Jesus led Prisoner to the City. ib.

The Lawyers.

155 The High Priest....

177

The Sadducees.

ib. House of Annas..

ib.

Jesus the Messiah.

156 First Interrogatory.

ib.

The Essenes..

157 Second , more public, Interroga-

The Rulers..

158 tory...

ib.

Demeanour of Jesus.

159 Jesus acknowledges himself the

Difficulty of Chronological Ar-

Messiah......

178

rangement.

ib. Conduct of the High Priest.... ib.

Jesus at Bethany..

ib. Jesus insulted by the Soldiery.

Jesus enters Jerusalem in Triumph 160 Denial of Peter...

ib.

Monday, Nisan 2. (March). 161. Question of the Right of the Sanhe-

Acclamations in the Temple. ib. drin to inflict Capital Punish-

The Greeks....

162

ment.

ib.

Cursing the barren Fig Tree... 163 Real Relation of the Sanhedrin to
Second Day in Jerusalem.

ib.
the Government .

180

The Third Day.

164 The Case of Jesus new and unpre-

Deputation from the Rulers ib, cedented.

181

The Fourth Day.

165 Motives of the Rulers in disclaim-

The Herodians.

ib. ing their Power...

ib.

The Sadducees

166 Jesus before Pilate...

182

The Pharisees.

167 Remorse and Death of Judas.. ib.

The Crisis in the Fate of Jesus... 168 Astonishment of Pilate...... ib.

Jesus on the Mount of Olives

at the Conduct of the Sanhedrin 183

Evening View of Jerusalem and

at the Nature of the Charge... ib.

the Temple.

ib. The Deputation refuse to commu-

Necessity for the Destruction of nicate with Pilate from Fear of

the Temple at Jerusalem...... 169 legal Defilement...

184

Jesus contemplates with Sadness Examination before Pilate.. ib.

the future Ruin of Jerusalem.. ib. Pilate endeavours to save Jesus.. 185

The Ruin of the Jews the Conse- Clamours of the Accusers..

ib.
quence of their Character...... 170 Jesus sent to Herod....

186

Immediate Causes of the Rejec- Jesus sent back with Insult.

tion of Jesus by the Jews. ib. Barabbas .

187

Distinctness with which Jesus pro- Jesus crowned with Thorns, and
phesied the Fall of Jerusalem.. 172 shown to the People....

ib.

Embarrassment of the Sanhedrin. ib. The People demand his Crucifixion 188

Treachery and Motives of Judas.. 173 Intercession of Pilate's Wife..... ib.

The Passover.

174 Last Interrogatory of Jesus.. ib.

The Last Supper.

ib. Condemnation of Jesus

489

ib.

ib.

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CHRISTIANITY AND PAGANISM.

bunal...

ib.

Rome..

ib. Later Gnostics...

297

Orientalism in Western Asia .... 289 The primal Deity of Gnosticism.. ib.

296

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