The History of Israel, vol. 6: The Life and Times of Christ
Entitled “The Life and Times of Christ,” this book covers just that. Volume six of Georg Heinrich Ewald’s History of Israel is a clear and detailed historical account of the Roman Empire during Christ’s time as well as an outline of Christ’s life and works.
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- Provides an outline of the works of Christ
- Scholarly historical writings that are easily accessible to all
- Detailed examination of the times of Jesus Christ
- Introduction: The Contact of Israel with the Direct Roman Rule in Palestine (the Third and Last Advance of the Final Phase of the General History of the Nation)
- The First Thirty Years of the Roman Rule in Palestine, From 7 to 37 AD
- The Previous Condition of the Germination of the Seed of the Consummation
- The Growing Germ of the Consummation
- First Elevation—The Elevation to Be the Messiah (Christ): The Baptist
- Second Elevation—Jesus as Christ
- His General Position
- His Work on Earth
- Third Elevation—Christ’s Earthly Destruction and Immortal Glory
- Title: The History of Israel, vol. 6: The Life and Times of Christ
- Author: Georg Heinrich Ewald
- Publisher: Longmans, Green, and Company
- Publication Date: 1883
- Pages: 509
About Georg Heinrich Ewald
Georg Heinrich Ewald was born in Germany, where he spent his life as a biblical scholar and professor at the University of Gottingen. He devoted his life to Hebrew studies and wrote much-loved text on Hebrew grammar—on which all subsequent Hebrew grammars have been based. Other well-known books of his include Commentary on the Prophets of the Old Testament (5 vols.). Ewald died in 1875.