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Moses and Monotheism


IF MOSES WAS AN EGYPTIAN
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PART III
MOSES, HIS PEOPLE AND MONOTHEISTIC
RELIGION
89
PREFATORY NOTES 89
SECTION I:
1. The Historical Premisses
95
2.
Latency Period and Tradition - 107
3. The Analogy - - - 116
4. Application - - - 129
5. Difficulties - - - - 148
8 CONTENTS
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SECTION II:
1.
Summary
- - - - -
163
2. The
People of Israel
- -
166
3. The Great Man - - - 169
4. The Progress in Spirituality - 176
5
. Renunciation versus Gratification 182
6. The Truth in
Religion - 193
7. The Return of the Repressed - 197
8. The Historical Truth - - - 201
9. The Historical Development - 207
GLOSSARY
217
INDEX - - -
219
PART I
MOSES AN EGYPTIAN
Part I
MOSES AN EGYPTIAN
To deny a people the man whom it praises as
the
greatest of its sons is not a deed to be under-
taken
light-heartedly especially by one belong-
ing to that people. No consideration, however,
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