Division I

Passages from the Rabbinical Literature, . .35

A. passages relating to jesus—

Ancestry of the Mother of Jesus, . . .47

Alleged confession by the Mother of Jesus, . 48

Jesus and his Teacher, . . . .50 Jesus a Magician, 54

Jesus and Balaam, .64

Jesus and Balaam in Hell, .67

The age of Balaam, .72

The Chapter concerning Balaam, .76

B. passages relating to minim, minuth-

Section i. Descriptions and Definitions of Minim and Minwth.

Ben Damah and Jacob the M in, .103

The grandson of R. Jehoshua and a Min, .108

A Contest of Miracles, . .112

Miracles by Jews and Minim, . .115

The Fate of the Minim hereafter, .118

The Formula against the Minim, .125

R. Eliezer arrested for Minuth, . .137

Books of the Minim; Imma Shalom and a Christian

How the Books of the Minim are to be treated, 155

Books of the Law written by a Min, .157

The Books of the Minim do not defile the hands, l60

The Books of the Bë Abidan, Bë Nitzraphi, l6l

The Nazarene Day, 171

Gentile and Min, 173

No dealings to be had with Minim, 177

Jewish origin of the Minim, .181

Haggadah against Minuth, .182

Minim and Circumcision, .191

The Principle of Minuth, .192

Scriptural Indications of Minuth, .195

Signs of Minuth ; liturgical variations, . -199

Signs of Minuth ; liturgical omissions, . 204

The Kingdom turned to Minuth, 207

Rome pretending to be the true Israel, . 210

Section it. Polemical encounters between Jews and Minim.

The Minim of Capernaum and Hananjah, 211

The Minim and R. Jehudah ben Naqosa, . 218

R. Jehoshua and a Min ; " Thou brier !" . . 226 R. Jehoshua, R. Gamliel, R. El'azar and R. Aqiba and a

Min ; God keeps Sabbath, 228 R. Gamliel and the Minim : Resurrection, .231

Beruria and a Min ; children of Hell, 237

R. Jehudah ha-Qadosh and a Min ; unity of God, 239

R. Ishmael ben José and a Min ; unity of God,. . 245

R. Hanina and a Min ; Israel and the Gentiles, 247

R. Hanina and a Min ; Rejection of Israel, 250

R. Jannai, R. Jonathan and a Min ; grave of Rachel, . 253

R. Abahu and the Epiqurosin ; Enoch, . 270

R. Abahu and the Minim ; anachronisms in Scripture, . 272.

R. Abahu and the Minim ; souls of the departed, 274

R. Abahu and a Min ; the coming of the Messiah, 276

R. Ami and a Min ; Resurrection, 278

Gebiha ben Pesisa and a Min ; Resurrection, . 281

Section iii. Polemical allusions to Minim, Minutk.

Unity of God ; man created solitaiy, .291

Unity of God ; texts appealed to by Minim, . 293

Unity of God ; "an offering to JHVH," 297 Unity of God ; Two Powers, . .299 Unity of God ; " He who will err," .301

Unity of God ; God has no Son, 302

Unity of God ; son of the harlot, 304

Unity of God ; a second God, 306 The "carping" of the Minim, 308 Immortality, .315

Section iv. Miscellaneous Passages referring to Minim

Ground of departure of the Minim, . . .315

" Do not give place to the Minim," .316

A Canon of Minuth, 319 A chance for the Minim; Pharaoh, . . . 320

Four classes of Minim, 323 Words of the Minim, 325 " They that hate me " ; the Minim, . 325

The Minim and the New Moon, . .327

The Minim and Alexander the Great, . . .331

Minim; casual references, 332 Jacob of Chephar Neburaia, 334 The Priesthood of Melchizedek, . . 338

DIVISION II.—GENERAL RESULTS

Chap. I. The Jesus-Tradition, 344

Conclusion, 396

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