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Sociological study of the Bible, by Louis Wallis.

By: Wallis, Louis, 1876-.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Chicago, Ill., The University of Chicago Press [1912]Copyright date: ©1912Description: xxxv, 308 pages plates 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeSubject(s): Bible -- History | Jews -- History -- To 70 A.D | Jews -- Social life and customsAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Sociological study of the Bible.DDC classification: 220 Also available in digital form on the Internet Archive Web site.
Contents:
The origin of the Hebrew nations -- Plan of the present study -- The making of the Old Testament -- The ancient semitic peoples -- Kinship institutions of Israel -- Industrial institutions of Israel -- Early religious institutions of Israel -- General conditions of the development -- The conflicting standpoints -- Peoples and Gods in the judges period -- Saul's kingdom in the hills -- Coalescence of the races -- The "increase" of Yahweh -- The grouping of the gods -- The interaction of tendencies -- The beginning of the Mishpat struggle -- The prophets and the Mishpat struggle -- The Mishpat struggle takes final form -- Religious effect of the exile -- The Jewish church and the Torah -- Judaism as external authority -- Judaism rejects the social problem -- The struggle for deliverance -- The work of Jesus -- Christianity and the social problem -- The Catholic Church -- Catholicism rejects the social problem -- The conversion of the Barbarians -- Catholicism as external authority -- Justification by works -- Protestanitism and the social problems -- Protestantism as external authority -- Protestantism rejects the social problem -- MOdern scientific Bible study -- Separation of Church and state -- The modern social awakening.
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Also available in digital form on the Internet Archive Web site.

The origin of the Hebrew nations -- Plan of the present study -- The making of the Old Testament -- The ancient semitic peoples -- Kinship institutions of Israel -- Industrial institutions of Israel -- Early religious institutions of Israel -- General conditions of the development -- The conflicting standpoints -- Peoples and Gods in the judges period -- Saul's kingdom in the hills -- Coalescence of the races -- The "increase" of Yahweh -- The grouping of the gods -- The interaction of tendencies -- The beginning of the Mishpat struggle -- The prophets and the Mishpat struggle -- The Mishpat struggle takes final form -- Religious effect of the exile -- The Jewish church and the Torah -- Judaism as external authority -- Judaism rejects the social problem -- The struggle for deliverance -- The work of Jesus -- Christianity and the social problem -- The Catholic Church -- Catholicism rejects the social problem -- The conversion of the Barbarians -- Catholicism as external authority -- Justification by works -- Protestanitism and the social problems -- Protestantism as external authority -- Protestantism rejects the social problem -- MOdern scientific Bible study -- Separation of Church and state -- The modern social awakening.

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