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1. The Works of Francis William Newman on Religion: A History of the Hebrew Monarchy; with Afterthoughts
Francis William Newman On the Fifty-First Psalm
2. The Works of Francis William Newman on Religion: A History of the Hebrew Monarchy; with Afterthoughts
Francis William Newman Chapter III. Reign of David
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David, king in Hebron.—Battle near Gibeon.—Murder of Abner.—Jerusalem.—State of Hebrew industry.—Conquest of Moab.—First war with the Zobahites.—Conquest of Edom.—Prosperity of David.—Ammonite war.—Destruction of the Ammonites.—Career of Absalom.—Death of Absalom.—Disgrace of Mephibosheth.—Immolation of Saul’s descendants.—The pestilence.—Conspiracy of Adonijah.—Death of David.
3. The Works of Francis William Newman on Religion: A History of the Hebrew Monarchy; with Afterthoughts
Francis William Newman Some Considerations Concerning Psalm 51
4. The Works of Francis William Newman on Religion: A History of the Hebrew Monarchy; with Afterthoughts
Francis William Newman Chapter X. Close of the Hebrew Monarchy
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Popular election from the Dynasty.—Jehoahaz and Jehoiakim.—Defeat of Necho at Carchemish.—Jeremiah’s Political Prophecies.—Babylonian invasions.—Firstdeportation of Jews to Babylon.—Rebellion of Zedekiah.—Destruction of Jerusalem.—Gedaliah the Babylonian Satrap.—Prophecies against Egypt.—Later School of Prophecy.—Function of the Jewish Nation
5. The Works of Francis William Newman on Religion: A History of the Hebrew Monarchy; with Afterthoughts
Francis William Newman Appendix
6. The Works of Francis William Newman on Religion: A History of the Hebrew Monarchy; with Afterthoughts
Francis William Newman Chapter IX. From the Fall of Samaria to the Death of Josiah, B.C. 721-609
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Assyrian siege of Tyre.—Hezekiah’s passover.—Invasion by Sennacherib.—Ethiopian embassy.—Submission of Hezekiah.—New complication of affairs.—Renewal of hostilities.—Disasters of Sennacherib.—Hezekiah’s illness.—Isaiah’s prophecy concerning Egypt.—Zenith of Hebrew prophecy.—Character of Manasseh.—Paganism and persecution.—State of the Assyrian power.—Rise of scholastic learning.—Scythian irruption into Media.—Rise of the Chaldees.—Final ruin of Nineveh.—Renewal of prophecy.—Josiah’s reform.—Recency of Deuteronomy.—Peculiarities of Deuteronomy.—The Pentateuch a gradual growth.—Uncritical proceedings.—False prophets in Judæa.—Contemporary Egyptian affairs.—Battle near Megiddon
7. The Works of Francis William Newman on Religion: A History of the Hebrew Monarchy; with Afterthoughts
Francis William Newman Chapter VI. The House of Omri, B.C. 904-864
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Building of Samaria.—Phoenician worship in Israel.—Miracles of Elijah.—Syrian chariot warfare.—Syrian campaigns west of Jordan.—Benhadad at RamothGilead.—Greatness of Jehoshaphat.—Joint war of Ahab and Jehoshaphat.—Doctrine of lying spirits.—Combined war against Moab.—Siege of Samaria.—Revolt of the Edomites.—Second battle at Ramoth.—Naboth’s vineyard.—Massacres of Jehu.—Massacre by Athaliah.
8. The Works of Francis William Newman on Religion: A History of the Hebrew Monarchy; with Afterthoughts
Francis William Newman Chapter VIII. From the Conquests of Jeroboam II. to the Fall of Samaria, B.C. 762-721
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City of Nineveh.—New parties in Israel.—Disorganization of Israel.—Zechariah’s Prophecy.—League against Judæa.—Sufferings of Judah.—Isaiah encouragesAhaz.—Fall of Damascus.—Religious character of Ahaz.—Sargon and the Philistines.—First invasion of Shalmaneser.—Revolt of Judah and of Ephraim.—Final transplanting of Israel.—Anticipations of Isaiah and Micah.—Decline of prophecy in Israel.—Rough dates of certain prophecies.
9. The Works of Francis William Newman on Religion: A History of the Hebrew Monarchy; with Afterthoughts
Contents
10. The Works of Francis William Newman on Religion: A History of the Hebrew Monarchy; with Afterthoughts
Francis William Newman Chapter I. The Land and Tribes of Israel.—Agricultural and Other Social Institutions.—The Border Countries
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Land of Israel.—The Jordan and the Eastern Tribes.—The Northern Tribes.—The Central Tribes.—The Southern Tribes.—Mosaic Agriculturalism.—The Levites.—Polygamy.—The Neighbouring Nations.
11. The Works of Francis William Newman on Religion: A History of the Hebrew Monarchy; with Afterthoughts
Francis William Newman Prefaces
12. The Works of Francis William Newman on Religion: A History of the Hebrew Monarchy; with Afterthoughts
Bibliography
13. The Works of Francis William Newman on Religion: A History of the Hebrew Monarchy; with Afterthoughts
Francis William Newman Appendix to Chapter VII.: Referred to in p. 199
14. The Works of Francis William Newman on Religion: A History of the Hebrew Monarchy; with Afterthoughts
Francis William Newman Chapter V. From the Death of Soloman to the Accession of Omri, B.C. 955-904
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Division of the Monarchy.—Calves of Dan and Bethel.—Jeroboam’s neglect of Levites.—Invasion by Shishak.—Later years of Rehoboam.—Massacre of the house of Jeroboam.—Power of Damascus.—War of Baasha and Asa.—Asa’s later reign.—Massacre of the house of Baasha.
15. The Works of Francis William Newman on Religion: A History of the Hebrew Monarchy; with Afterthoughts
Francis William Newman Chapter IV. Reign of Solomon
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Foreign commotions.—Political executions.—Solomon’s trade by the Red Sea.—Trade over the Syrian Desart.—Visit of the Queen of Sheba.—Gold vessels of theTemple.—Building of the Temple.—Bondmen in Israel.—The Temple worship.—The Decalogue.—Dowry of an Egyptian Princess.—Solomon’s idolatry.—Hostilities against Solomon.—Death of Solomon.—Chronology of the Kings.—Chronological table.
16. The Works of Francis William Newman on Religion: A History of the Hebrew Monarchy; with Afterthoughts
Francis William Newman Appendix to Chapter IV.: On the Chronology
17. The Works of Francis William Newman on Religion: A History of the Hebrew Monarchy; with Afterthoughts
Francis William Newman Chapter VII. The Period of the House of Jehu, B.C. 864-762
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Priests and Levites in Jerusalem.—Revolution conducted by Jehoiada.—Regency of Jehoiada.—Reigns of Jehu and his son.—Dispersion of Judah and Israel.—Repairs of the Temple.—Prophecy of Joel.—Peace is bought of Hazael.—Invasion of Idumæa.—Decline of Damascus.—Victorious career of Jeroboam II.—Internal state of Israel.—Prophecy of Amos.—Uzziah’s long prophecy.—Internal state of Judæa.—Genealogies of the High Priests.
18. The Works of Francis William Newman on Religion: A History of the Hebrew Monarchy; with Afterthoughts
Francis William Newman Chapter II. Adminstration of Samuel and Reign of Saul
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The Philistines.—Hebrew monotheism.—Administration of Samuel.—Early Hebrew psalmody.—Exterior marks of the Prophet.—Modes of divination.—Foreigndangers of Israel.—Appointment of Saul.—Romantic Philistine campaign.—Ammonite inroad.—Enmity with Amalek.—Massacre of the Amalekites.—David, anointed by Samuel.—David, Saul’s armour-bearer.—David, Saul’s son-in-law. —David, a freebooter.—David with Achish of Gath.—David reinforced from Israel.—David’s return to Ziklag.—Battle of Mount Gilboa.
19. The Works of Francis William Newman on Religion: A History of the Hebrew Monarchy; with Afterthoughts
Francis William Newman Alleged Murder of Uriah: Did David, Son of Jesse, Murder Uriah the Hittite?
20. The Works of Francis William Newman on Religion: A History of the Hebrew Monarchy; with Afterthoughts
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