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With this popular and remarkable book may be associated other conglomerates of the ritual, the ethical, and the mystical, as the Rokeach by Eleazar of Worms. A simpler but equally popular work was Yedaiah Bedaressi’s “Examination of the World” (Bechinath Olam), written in about the year Its style is florid but poetical, and the many. PRIMEVAL AGE IN THE BIBLE The period of the origins of the world and of man as related in Genesis ch. 1– Although the Pentateuch as a whole is based upon four main sources, only two of these, the priestly (P) and the Yahwistic (J) sources, are represented in the first 11 chapters of Genesis (see priestly writers, pentateuchal; yahwist).
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In recent years the attention of students of economic affairs has.the genealogy, but the history of the miraculous birth of Jesus.
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