Originally published in 1912, this book provides an extensive review of Gospel theology and Christology through the lens of the pseudepigraphical Psalms or Odes of Solomon. Abbott compares the language of the Gospels and other early Christian writings with the Psalms, and provides a translation of them, with alternative readings, at the back of the book. This richly detailed book will be of value to anyone with an interest in Christian readings of Jewish writings.
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Table of Contents
References and abbreviations; 1. Songs, as distinct from psalms; 2. The crown of living truth; 3. The beloved; 4. The holy place of God; 5. The help of God; 6. The river of the spirit of God; 7. The way to God; 8. The secret of the Lord; 9. The victory of the Lord; 10. Leading captivity captive; 11. Through victory to paradise; 11 (continued) The pure and purifying mirror; 12. The arrow from the bow; 13. Concluding remarks; Appendix I. 'Sign' in the odes; Appendix II. The chariot of truth; Appendix III. Translations; Appendix IV. Readings of Codex N; Appendix V. The feast of tabernacles or booths; Longer footnotes; Indices.