Published in 1908, this book details the development and establishment of Judaism and Jewish culture in contrast to the spread and presence of the Christian church and community. Focusing on the spiritual importance of Jewish scripture and its prominence in other Abrahamic religions, Goodman presents a discussion on spiritual and ethical perspectives in Judaism in comparison to Christianity.
1. Judaism, The Mother of Religions. 2. The Sign of the Covenant. 3. Ye are my Witnesses. 4 The Tree of Life. 5. The University of Judaism. 6. The Missionary Aspect of Christianity. 7. The Old Covenant and the New. 8. Messianic Prophecies. 9. Jesus of Nazareth. 10. The Churches of Christ. 11. The scheme of Salvation. 12. Index
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