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CONTENTS.

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INTRODUCTION v
CHAPTER I.
THE JEWS AFTER THE DESTRUCTION OF THE TEMPLE 1
CHAPTER II.
BETHER—THE BOOK OF JUDITH—THE JEWISH CANON 14
CHAPTER IIII.
EBION BEYOND JORDAN 20
CHAPTER IV.
THE RELATIONS OF JEWS AND CHRISTIANS 32
CHAPTER V.

SETTLEMENT OF THE LEGEND AND OF THE TEACHINGS OF JESUS

39
CHAPTER VI.
THE HEBREW GOSPEL 49
CHAPTER VII.
THE GREEK GOSPEL—MARK 58
CHAPTER VIII.
CHRISTIANITY AND THE EMPIRE UNDER FLAVIUS 66
CHAPTER IX.
PROPAGATION OF CHRISTIANITY—EGYPT—SIBYLLISM 81
CHAPTER X.

THE GREEK GOSPEL IS CORRECTED AND COMPLETED (MATTHEW)

91
ivCHAPTER XI.
SECRET OF THE BEAUTIES OF THE GOSPEL 103
CHAPTER XII.

THE CHRISTIANS OF THE FLAVIA FAMILY—FLAVIUS JOSEPHUS

115
CHAPTER XIII.
THE GOSPEL OF LUKE 131
CHAPTER XIV.
THE DOMITIAN PERSECUTION 149
CHAPTER XV.

CLEMENS ROMANUS—PROGRESS OF THE PRESBYTERIATE

161
CHAPTER XVI.

END OF THE FLAVII—NERVA—RECRUDESCENCE OF THE APOCALYPSES

175
CHAPTER XVII.
TRAJAN—THE GOOD AND GREAT EMPERORS 194
CHAPTER XVIII.

EPHESUS—THE OLD AGE OF JOHN—CERINTHUS, DOCETISM

212
CHAPTER XIX.
LUKE, THE FIRST HISTORIAN OF CHRISTIANITY 224
CHAPTER XX.
SYRIAN SECTS—ELKASAÏ 232
CHAPTER XXI.
TRAJAN AS A PERSECUTOR—LETTER OF PLINY 241
CHAPTER XXII.
IGNATIUS OF ANTIOCH 249
CHAPTER XXIII.
END OF TRAJAN—REVOLT OF THE JEWS 255
CHAPTER XXIV.

DEFINITIVE SEPARATION OP THE CHURCH AND THE SYNAGOGUE

263
APPENDIX 277
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