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THE STUDENT'S OLD TESTAMENT
LOGICALLY AND CHRONOLOGICALLY
ARRANGED AND TRANSLATED
CHARLES FOSTER KENT, Ph.D., LITT.D.
ARRANGEMENT OF VOLUMES
I. Narratives of the Beginnings of Hebrew History. (Now Ready.)
Introduction. The Beginnings of Human History. Traditional Aacestors of the Hebrews. Deliverance of the Hebrews from Egypt. Life of the Hebrews in the Wilderness and East of the Jordan. Con
quest and Settlement of Canaan. II. Historical and Biographical Narratives. (Now Ready.)
Introduction. The United Monarchy. History of Northern Israel. History of Judah. Re-establishment of the Jewish Community in Palestine. The Maccabean Struggle. Life of the Jews of the Dis
persion. III. Sermons, Epistles, and Apocalypses of Israel's Prophets.
(Now Ready.) Introduction. The Prophets of the Assyrian Period. Prophets of Judah's Decline. Prophets of the Babylonian Exile. Prophets of the
Persian Period. Prophets of the Greek and Maccabean Periods. IV. Israel's Laws and Legal Precedents. (Novo Ready.)
Introduction. Constitutional Laws. Criminal Laws. Private
Laws. Humanitarian Laws. Religious Laws. Ceremonial Laws. V. The Songs, Hymns, and Prayers of the Old Testament.
(Now Ready.) Introduction. Tribal and National Songs. Songs of Lamentation. Songs of Love and Marriage. The Kingly and Messianic Psalms. Hymns of Praise and Thanksgiving: Hymns of Adoration and Trust.
Prayers. Reflective and Didactic Psalms. VI. Proverbs and Didactic Poems.
Introduction. Practical and Ethical Observations and Precepts. Religious Proverbs. Gnomic Essays. Numerical Enigmas. Discussions of the Problem of Evil. Discussions Regarding tbe Value of Life and Its Wise Enjoyment. Poems Describing Wisdom.