Moses and Aaron Civil and Ecclesiastical Rites, Used by the Ancient Hebrews
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Moses and Aaron Civil and Ecclesiastical Rites, Used by the Ancient Hebrews

By T. A. (Thomas Aiken) Goodwin
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Table of Contents
  • THE ARGUMENT OF EACH BOOK and CHAPTER.
    • The first Book. Of Persons.
      • The second Book. Of Places.
      • The third Book. Of Daies, Times, and Feasts.
      • The fourth Book. Of their Idolatry.
      • The fifth Book. Of their Consistories.
      • The sixth Book. Of Miscellaneous Rites.
    • The second Book. Of Places.
    • The third Book. Of Daies, Times, and Feasts.
    • The fourth Book. Of their Idolatry.
    • The fifth Book. Of their Consistories.
    • The sixth Book. Of Miscellaneous Rites.
  • Moses and Aaron.
    • The first Book Treateth of Persons.
      • CHAP. I. Of the form of the Hebrewes Common-wealth until Christ his coming, and when the Scepter departed from them.
      • CHAP. II. Of the Publicans.
      • CHAP. III. Israelites, Prosylites.
      • CHAP. IV. Of their Kings.
      • CHAP. V. The High-priest, Priests, Levites, and Nethinims.
      • CHAP. VI. Of the Prophets.
      • CHAP. VII. Of their Title Rabbi.
      • CHAP. VIII. Of their Nazarites and Rechabites.
      • CHAP. IX. Of the Assideans.
      • CHAP. X. Of the Pharisees.
      • CHAP. XI. Of the Sadduces.
      • CHAP. XII. Of the Essenes.
      • CHAP. XIII. Of the Gaulonit√¶, and the Herodians.
    • CHAP. I. Of the form of the Hebrewes Common-wealth until Christ his coming, and when the Scepter departed from them.
    • CHAP. II. Of the Publicans.
    • CHAP. III. Israelites, Prosylites.
    • CHAP. IV. Of their Kings.
    • CHAP. V. The High-priest, Priests, Levites, and Nethinims.
    • CHAP. VI. Of the Prophets.
    • CHAP. VII. Of their Title Rabbi.
    • CHAP. VIII. Of their Nazarites and Rechabites.
    • CHAP. IX. Of the Assideans.
    • CHAP. X. Of the Pharisees.
    • CHAP. XI. Of the Sadduces.
    • CHAP. XII. Of the Essenes.
    • CHAP. XIII. Of the Gaulonit√¶, and the Herodians.
    • THE SECOND BOOK TREATETH OF PLACES.
      • CHAP. I. Their Temple.
      • CHAP. II. Their Synagogues, Schools, and Houses of Prayer.
      • CHAP. III. Of the Gates of Jerusalem.
      • CHAP. IV. Of their Groves, and high Places.
      • CHAP. V. The Cities of Refuge.
    • CHAP. I. Their Temple.
    • CHAP. II. Their Synagogues, Schools, and Houses of Prayer.
    • CHAP. III. Of the Gates of Jerusalem.
    • CHAP. IV. Of their Groves, and high Places.
    • CHAP. V. The Cities of Refuge.
    • THE THIRD BOOK TREATETH OF DAIES and TIMES.
      • CHAP. I. Days, Hours, Weeks, and Years.
      • CHAP. II. Of their Feasts.
      • CHAP. III. Of their Sabbath.
      • CHAP. IV. Of their Passover, and their Feasts of Unleavened Bread.
      • CHAP. V. Of their Pentecost
      • CHAP. VI. The Feast of Tabernacles
      • CHAP. VII. Of the Feast of Trumpets, and their New Moons.
      • CHAP. VIII. The Feast of Expiation.
      • CHAP. IX. The Sabbatical year, or Seventh years rest
      • CHAP. X. Of their Jubilee.
      • CHAP. XI. The Feast of Purim, and the Feast of Consecration or Dedication.
    • CHAP. I. Days, Hours, Weeks, and Years.
    • CHAP. II. Of their Feasts.
    • CHAP. III. Of their Sabbath.
    • CHAP. IV. Of their Passover, and their Feasts of Unleavened Bread.
    • CHAP. V. Of their Pentecost
    • CHAP. VI. The Feast of Tabernacles
    • CHAP. VII. Of the Feast of Trumpets, and their New Moons.
    • CHAP. VIII. The Feast of Expiation.
    • CHAP. IX. The Sabbatical year, or Seventh years rest
    • CHAP. X. Of their Jubilee.
    • CHAP. XI. The Feast of Purim, and the Feast of Consecration or Dedication.
    • THE FOURTH BOOK OF THEIR IDOLATRY.
      • CHAP. I. The beginnings of Idolatry.
      • CHAP. II. Of Moloch, Adram-Melech, Anam-Melech, Baal, The Tabernacle of Molech, Chiun, Rempham, Horses consecrated to the Sun, Thamuz.
      • CHAP. III. Of Baal-Peor, Baal-Tsephon, Baal-Zebub, Baal-Berith, Bell and the Dragon.
      • CHAP. IV. Of Dagon.
      • CHAP. V. Of the molten Calf.
      • CHAP. VI. Of Astaroth, Ammonia, Juno, the Queen of Heaven, Diana of the Ephesians.
      • CHAP. VII. Of other Gods mentioned in Scripture.
      • CHAP. VIII. The several manners of Divine Revelation.
      • CHAP. IX. Their Teraphim.
      • CHAP. X. The several sorts of Divination forbidden.
    • CHAP. I. The beginnings of Idolatry.
    • CHAP. II. Of Moloch, Adram-Melech, Anam-Melech, Baal, The Tabernacle of Molech, Chiun, Rempham, Horses consecrated to the Sun, Thamuz.
    • CHAP. III. Of Baal-Peor, Baal-Tsephon, Baal-Zebub, Baal-Berith, Bell and the Dragon.
    • CHAP. IV. Of Dagon.
    • CHAP. V. Of the molten Calf.
    • CHAP. VI. Of Astaroth, Ammonia, Juno, the Queen of Heaven, Diana of the Ephesians.
    • CHAP. VII. Of other Gods mentioned in Scripture.
    • CHAP. VIII. The several manners of Divine Revelation.
    • CHAP. IX. Their Teraphim.
    • CHAP. X. The several sorts of Divination forbidden.
    • THE FIFTH BOOK OF THEIR CONSISTORIES.
      • CHAP. I. Their Courts of Judgment, especially their Ecclesiastical Consistory.
      • CHAP. II. Of their Excommunication.
      • CHAP. III. Their Civil Consistories, what persons were necessarily present in them.
      • CHAP. IV. The number of their Civil Courts.
      • CHAP. V. Properties required in Judges, and the manner of their election.
      • CHAP. VI. Ceremonies common in all capital Judgments.
      • CHAP. VII. Their capital punishments.
      • CHAP. VIII. Punishments not capital.
      • CHAP. IX. Punishments borrowed from other Nations.
    • CHAP. I. Their Courts of Judgment, especially their Ecclesiastical Consistory.
    • CHAP. II. Of their Excommunication.
    • CHAP. III. Their Civil Consistories, what persons were necessarily present in them.
    • CHAP. IV. The number of their Civil Courts.
    • CHAP. V. Properties required in Judges, and the manner of their election.
    • CHAP. VI. Ceremonies common in all capital Judgments.
    • CHAP. VII. Their capital punishments.
    • CHAP. VIII. Punishments not capital.
    • CHAP. IX. Punishments borrowed from other Nations.
    • THE SIXTH BOOK OF MISCELLANEOUS RITES.
      • CHAP. I. Of Circumcision.
      • CHAP. II. Of their first fruits and their firstlings, or first-born.
      • CHAP. III. Of Tithes.
      • CHAP. IV. Of their Marriages.
      • CHAP. V. Of their Burials.
      • CHAP. VI. Of their Oaths.
      • CHAP. VII. Of their Writing, Masorites, and their Work.
      • CHAP. VIII. Of Israels pitching their Tents, or of their Camps.
      • CHAP. IX. Their Measures.
      • CHAP. X. Their Coyns. First of brazen Coyns.
    • CHAP. I. Of Circumcision.
    • CHAP. II. Of their first fruits and their firstlings, or first-born.
    • CHAP. III. Of Tithes.
    • CHAP. IV. Of their Marriages.
    • CHAP. V. Of their Burials.
    • CHAP. VI. Of their Oaths.
    • CHAP. VII. Of their Writing, Masorites, and their Work.
    • CHAP. VIII. Of Israels pitching their Tents, or of their Camps.
    • CHAP. IX. Their Measures.
    • CHAP. X. Their Coyns. First of brazen Coyns.
    • The Names of Authors cited in this BOOK.
    • A TABLE OF THE Several Texts of Scripture Explained in the Six Books.
    • List of changes made
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      • FOOTNOTES
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    • FOOTNOTES
      • Footnote 26
      • Footnote 29
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      • Footnote 59
      • Footnote 74
      • Footnote 113
      • Footnote 126
      • Footnote 128
      • Footnote 138
      • Footnote 139
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