The Law of Moses as a Rule of National and Individual Life and the Enigmatical Enunciation of Divine Principles and Purposes

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Kessinger Publishing, 2004 M05 1 - 348 páginas
1898. Contents: Law: Its Need and Beauty; Before the Law of Moses: At Sinai; The Ten Commandments; The Sabbath Law; The Sabbath in Gentile Times; The Rest of the Ten Commandments; The Land; Private Life and Public Institutions; Dealings of Man with Man; The Covenant at Sinai; Allegorical Transactions at Sinai; The Ark and Its Contents; Outside the Veil in the Holy Place; Inside and Outside the Tabernacle; The Court of the Tabernacle; The Priests and Their Attire; The Consecration of Aaron and His Sons; The Final Dedication of the Tabernacle; The Routine Service; The Annual Services; Voluntary Services; The Male Element in Sacrifice; Meat-Offerings and Peace-Offerings; Burnt Offerings, Sin-Offerings, and Trespass-Offerings; Motherhood; Disease; Death; Meats; Nazariteship; Gifts to God; Minor Things; and Finishings.

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