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1856. Contents: The Hebrew Commonwealth; Closing Scenes of the Jewish War of Independence; The Dispersed of Israel; Political and Religious State of the Jews after the Destruction of Jerusalem; Internal History of the Synagogue, from the return of the Captives to the Destruction of Jerusalem; History of the Synagogue, from the Destruction of Jerusalem to the Jewish War of ...more
Paperback, 600 pages
Published April 1st 2004 by Kessinger Publishing (first published 1954)
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Edersheim was a scholar and writer on the traditions of the Jewish faith and Life of Christ He was born March 7th, 1825 in the city of Vienna, Austria. His parents Marcus and Stephanie Beifuss were of the Jewish faith. In Vienna he studied in the gymnasium and University of Austria.

Around 1845 he moved to Pesth, Hungary where he met John Duncan and other Presbyterian ministers, who were chaplains
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