Companion to the Bible
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Companion to the Bible

By E. P. (Elijah Porter) Barrows
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Table of Contents
  • COMPANION TO THE BIBLE.
  • PROFESSOR OF BIBLICAL LITERATURE.
  • GENERAL PREFACE.
  • CONTENTS.
    • PART I.
      • A CONCISE VIEW OF THE EVIDENCES OF REVEALED RELIGION.
    • A CONCISE VIEW OF THE EVIDENCES OF REVEALED RELIGION.
    • PART II.
      • AN INTRODUCTION TO THE OLD TESTAMENT.
    • AN INTRODUCTION TO THE OLD TESTAMENT.
    • PART III.
      • AN INTRODUCTION TO THE NEW TESTAMENT.
    • AN INTRODUCTION TO THE NEW TESTAMENT.
    • PART IV.
      • A DISCUSSION OF THE PRINCIPLES OF BIBLICAL INTERPRETATION.
    • A DISCUSSION OF THE PRINCIPLES OF BIBLICAL INTERPRETATION.
  • PART I.
    • EVIDENCES OF REVEALED RELIGION.
    • PREFATORY REMARKS.
  • EVIDENCES OF REVEALED RELIGION.
  • CHAPTER I.
    • INTRODUCTORY REMARKS.
  • CHAPTER II.
    • GENUINENESS OF THE GOSPEL NARRATIVES.
  • CHAPTER III.
    • UNCORRUPT PRESERVATION OF THE GOSPEL NARRATIVES.
  • CHAPTER IV.
    • AUTHENTICITY AND CREDIBILITY OF THE GOSPEL NARRATIVES.
  • CHAPTER V.
    • THE ACTS OF THE APOSTLES AND THE ACKNOWLEDGED EPISTLES.
  • CHAPTER VI.
    • THE DISPUTED BOOKS.
  • CHAPTER VII.
    • INSPIRATION AND THE CANON
  • CHAPTER VIII.
    • INSEPARABLE CONNECTION BETWEEN THE OLD AND THE NEW TESTAMENT.
  • CHAPTER IX.
    • AUTHORSHIP OF THE PENTATEUCH.
  • CHAPTER X.
    • AUTHENTICITY AND CREDIBILITY OF THE PENTATEUCH.
  • CHAPTER XI.
    • REMAINING BOOKS OF THE OLD TESTAMENT.
  • CHAPTER XII.
    • EVIDENCES INTERNAL AND EXPERIMENTAL.
  • PART II.
  • INTRODUCTION TO THE OLD TESTAMENT
  • PREFATORY REMARKS.
  • INTRODUCTION TO THE OLD TESTAMENT.
    • FIRST DIVISION, GENERAL INTRODUCTION.
  • CHAPTER XIII.
    • NAMES AND EXTERNAL FORM OF THE OLD TESTAMENT
  • CHAPTER XIV.
    • THE ORIGINAL TEXT AND ITS HISTORY.
  • CHAPTER XV.
    • FORMATION AND HISTORY OF THE HEBREW CANON.
    • I. THE PENTATEUCH.
    • II. THE HISTORICAL BOOKS.
    • III. THE PROPHETICAL BOOKS.
    • IV. THE POETICAL BOOKS.
    • V. THE COMPLETION OF THE CANON.
  • CHAPTER XVI.
    • ANCIENT VERSIONS OF THE OLD TESTAMENT.
    • I. THE GREEK VERSION CALLED THE SEPTUAGINT.
    • II. OTHER GREEK VERSIONS.
    • III. THE CHALDEE TARGUMS.
    • IV. THE SYRIAC PESHITO.
  • CHAPTER XVII.
    • CRITICISM OF THE SACRED TEXT.
  • SECOND DIVISION: PARTICULAR INTRODUCTION.
  • CHAPTER XVIII.
    • THE BOOKS OF THE OLD TESTAMENT AS A WHOLE.
  • CHAPTER XIX.
    • THE PENTATEUCH.
    • I. GENESIS.
    • II. EXODUS.
    • III. LEVITICUS.
    • IV. NUMBERS.
    • V. DEUTERONOMY.
  • CHAPTER XX.
    • THE HISTORICAL BOOKS.
    • I. JOSHUA.
    • II. JUDGES AND RUTH.
    • III. THE BOOKS OF SAMUEL.
    • IV. THE BOOKS OF KINGS.
    • V. THE BOOKS OF CHRONICLES.
    • VI. EZRA AND NEHEMIAH.
    • VII. ESTHER.
  • CHAPTER XXI.
    • THE POETICAL BOOKS (INCLUDING ALSO ECCLESIASTES AND CANTICLES).
    • (A.) CHARACTERISTICS OF HEBREW POETRY.
    • (B.) THE SEVERAL POETICAL BOOKS.
      • I. JOB.
      • II. THE PSALMS.
      • III. THE PROVERBS OF SOLOMON.
      • IV. ECCLESIASTES.
      • V. THE SONG OF SOLOMON.
    • I. JOB.
    • II. THE PSALMS.
    • III. THE PROVERBS OF SOLOMON.
    • IV. ECCLESIASTES.
    • V. THE SONG OF SOLOMON.
  • CHAPTER XXII.
    • THE GREATER PROPHETS.
    • I. ISAIAH.
    • II. JEREMIAH AND THE BOOK OF LAMENTATIONS.
    • III. EZEKIEL.
    • IV. DANIEL.
  • CHAPTER XXIII.
    • THE TWELVE MINOR PROPHETS.
    • I. HOSEA.
    • II. JOEL.
    • III. AMOS.
    • IV. OBADIAH.
    • V. JONAH.
    • VI. MICAH.
    • VII. NAHUM.
    • VIII. HABAKKUK.
    • IX. ZEPHANIAH.
    • X. HAGGAI.
    • XI. ZECHARIAH.
    • XII. MALACHI.
  • APPENDIX.
    • THE APOCRYPHAL BOOKS OF THE OLD TESTAMENT.
    • I. THE TWO BOOKS OF ESDRAS.
    • II. TOBIT.
    • III. JUDITH.
    • IV. ADDITIONS TO THE BOOK OF ESTHER.
    • V. THE WISDOM OF SOLOMON.
    • VI. ECCLESIASTICUS.
    • VII. BARUCH AND THE EPISTLE OF JEREMIAH.
    • VIII. ADDITIONS TO THE BOOK OF DANIEL.
    • IX. THE PRAYER OF MANASSES.
    • X. THE BOOKS OF THE MACCABEES.
  • PART III.
    • INTRODUCTION TO THE NEW TESTAMENT.
    • FIRST DIVISION, GENERAL INTRODUCTION.
  • CHAPTER XXIV.
    • LANGUAGE OF THE NEW TESTAMENT.
  • CHAPTER XXV.
    • EXTERNAL FORM OF THE NEW TESTAMENT.
  • CHAPTER XXVI.
    • THE NEW TESTAMENT TEXT AND ITS HISTORY.
    • I. THE MANUSCRIPT TEXT.
    • II. THE PRINTED TEXT.
    • III. PRINCIPLES OF TEXTUAL CRITICISM.
  • CHAPTER XXVII.
    • FORMATION AND HISTORY OF THE NEW TESTAMENT CANON.
  • CHAPTER XXVIII.
    • ANCIENT VERSIONS OF THE NEW TESTAMENT.
    • I. LATIN VERSIONS.
    • II. SYRIAC VERSIONS.
    • III. EGYPTIAN AND ETHIOPIC VERSIONS.
    • IV. THE GOTHIC AND OTHER VERSIONS.
  • SECOND DIVISION, PARTICULAR INTRODUCTION
  • CHAPTER XXIX.
    • THE HISTORICAL BOOKS.
    • I. THE GOSPELS AS A WHOLE.
    • II. MATTHEW.
    • III. MARK.
    • IV. LUKE.
    • V. JOHN.
    • VI. THE ACTS OF THE APOSTLES.
  • CHAPTER XXX.
    • THE EPISTLES OF PAUL.
    • I. EPISTLE TO THE ROMANS.
    • II. EPISTLES TO THE CORINTHIANS.
    • III. EPISTLE TO THE GALATIANS.
    • IV. EPISTLES TO THE COLOSSIANS, EPHESIANS, AND PHILEMON.
    • V. EPISTLE TO THE PHILIPPIANS.
    • VI. EPISTLES TO THE THESSALONIANS.
    • VII. THE PASTORAL EPISTLES.
    • VIII. EPISTLE TO THE HEBREWS.
  • CHAPTER XXXI.
    • THE CATHOLIC EPISTLES.
    • I. EPISTLE OF JAMES.
    • II. EPISTLES OF PETER.
    • III. EPISTLES OF JOHN.
    • IV. EPISTLE OF JUDE.
  • CHAPTER XXXII.
    • THE APOCALYPSE.
  • APPENDIX TO PART III.
    • WRITINGS OF THE APOSTOLIC FATHERS, WITH SOME NOTICES OF THE APOCRYPHAL NEW TESTAMENT WRITINGS.
    • I. WRITINGS OF CLEMENT.
    • II. THE EPISTLES OF IGNATIUS.
    • III. THE EPISTLE OF POLYCARP.
    • IV. THE WRITINGS OF BARNABAS AND HERMAS.
    • V. THE APOSTLES' CREED.
    • VI. APOCRYPHAL GOSPELS AND ACTS.
  • PRINCIPLES OF BIBLICAL INTERPRETATION.
  • CHAPTER XXXIII.
    • INTRODUCTORY REMARKS.
  • FIRST DIVISION.
    • INTERPRETATION VIEWED ON THE HUMAN SIDE.
  • CHAPTER XXXIV.
    • GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF INTERPRETATION.
  • CHAPTER XXXV.
    • THE FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE OF SCRIPTURE.
  • SECOND DIVISION.
    • INTERPRETATION VIEWED ON THE DIVINE SIDE
  • CHAPTER XXXVI.
    • THE UNITY OF REVELATION.
  • CHAPTER XXXVII.
    • SCRIPTURAL TYPES.
    • I. HISTORICAL TYPES.
    • II. RITUAL TYPES.
  • CHAPTER XXXVIII.
    • INTERPRETATION OF PROPHECY.
    • I. PROPHECIES RELATING TO THE NEAR FUTURE.
    • II. PROPHECIES RELATING TO THE LAST DAYS.
    • III. THE QUESTION OF DOUBLE SENSE.
    • IV. THE QUESTION OF LITERAL AND FIGURATIVE MEANING.
  • CHAPTER XXXIX.
    • QUOTATIONS FROM THE OLD TESTAMENT IN THE NEW.
  • INDEX OF SUBJECTS.
  • INDEX OF TEXTS.
  • FAC-SIMILES OF ANCIENT NEW TESTAMENT MANUSCRIPTS, TO ILLUSTRATE CHAPTER XXVI., PAGE 380.
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