Dubnow Jewish History

Dubnow Jewish History
S. M. Dubnow
David King, Charles Franks, and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team
JEWISH HISTORY
AN ESSAY IN THE PHILOSOPHY OF HISTORY
BY S. M. DUBNOW

In this 12 chapter work on Jewish History by Simon Dubnow (Jewish), he presents an overview of their history starting in the Old Testament up through some post Bible periods in Jewish history.

CONTENTS
Preface to the German Translation
Preface to the English Translation
Introductory Note
Jewish History. an Essay in the Philosophy of History
1. The Range of Jewish History
2. The Content of Jewish History
3. The Significance of Jewish History
4. The Historical Synthesis
5. The Primary or Biblical Period
6. The Secondary or Spiritual-Political Period
7. The Tertiary Talmudic or National-Religious Period
8. The Gaonic Period, or the Hegemony of the Oriental Jews (500-980)
9. The Rabbinic-Philosophical Period, or the Hegemony of the Spanish Jews (980-1492)
10. The Rabbinic-Mystical Period, or the Hegemony of the German-Polish Jews (1492-1789)
11. The Modern Period of Enlightenment (the Nineteenth Century)
12. The Teachings of Jewish History

Dubnow Jewish History


Baxter Directions for a Peaceful Death
is an article of 15 points on a Christian approaching his death and what he should be thinking about. This theme is good for the sick, but everybody should also meditate on these things. (Baxter is reformed).

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PC29 Don’t be a Gossip.
We examine the sin of gossiping and slander in the light of the Word of God. This study guides our thoughts.
Excerpt from the Tract
Leviticus 19:16
Thou shalt not go up and down as a talebearer among thy people: neither shalt thou stand against the blood of thy neighbor: I am the LORD.
The definition of gossip is a person who repeats news or rumors, even murmurings or conversation that hurts other people’s image, when these people are absent and cannot defend themselves. It is a cowardly form to speak about others behind their backs (or being absent) in order to discover something (true or false) about them that they would not say in front of that person to their face because it is insulting or would humiliate the person. Gossip is an attack against the person they are talking about.
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See also Church Planting Workshop: Handling Gossip An article about handling gossip within the church.v

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