Table of Contents

Title Page




Chapter I. Place of Jesus in the History of the World.

Chapter II. Infancy and Youth of Jesus—His First Impressions.

Chapter III. Education of Jesus.

Chapter IV. The Order of Thought from Whose Centre Jesus Was Developed.

Chapter V. The First Sayings of Jesus—His Ideas of a “Father-God” and of a Pure Religion—First Disciples.

Chapter VI. John the Baptist—Vist of Jesus to John, and His Abode in the Desert of Judæa—He Adopts the Baptism of John.

Chapter VII. Development of the Ideas of Jesus Relative to the Kingdom of God.

Chapter VIII. Jesus at Capernaum.

Chapter IX. The Disciples of Jesus.

Chapter X. Preachings on the Lake.

Chapter XI. The Kingdom of God Conceived as the Inheritance of the Poor.

Chapter XII. Embassy to Jesus from John in Prison—Death of John—The Relations of His School with that of Jesus.

Chapter XIII. First Attempts on Jerusalem.

Chapter XIV. Relations of Jesus with the Pagans and the Samaritans.

Chapter XV. Commencement of the Legend of Jesus—His Own Idea of His Supernatural Character.

Chapter XVI. Miracles.

Chapter XVII. Definite Form of the Ideas of Jesus in Respect of the Kingdom of God.

Chapter XVIII. Institutions of Jesus.

Chapter XIX. Increasing Progression of Enthusiasm and of Exaltation.

Chapter XX. Opposition to Jesus.

Chapter XXI. Last Journey of Jesus to Jerusalem.

Chapter XXII. Machinations of the Enemies of Jesus.

Chapter XXIII. Last Week of Jesus.

Chapter XXIV. Arrest and Trial of Jesus.

Chapter XXV. Death of Jesus.

Chapter XXVI. Jesus in the Tomb.

Chapter XXVII. Fate of the Enemies of Jesus.

Chapter XXVIII. Essential Character of the Work of Jesus.

Appendix. Of the Use It Is Proper to Make of the Fourth Gospel in Writing the Life of Jesus.


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