Jewish Influence During Babylon Captivity

Stein, Johann Friedrich. Dissertatio epistolica De sceptro et legislatore penes tribum judam ad adventum messiae usque durante, ad Genes. XLIX. 10. Quam viro summe reverendo, magnifico atque doctissimo domino Casp. Jacobo Huthio, S.S. Theologiae Doct. et Prof. Pub. Ord. Pastori que templi academici Erlangensis Celeber. Cum sceptrum academicum in alma Fridericiana Erlangensi IV. Non. Maji MDCCXLVI. Prima vice, auspiciis felicibus, caperet, gratulabundus obtulit, Joan. Fridericus Stein, S. S. Theol. D. Consiliar. Eccles. Atque concionator aulicus Bada-Durlacensis.

Carls-Ruhe [Karlsruhe]: Typic Andreæ Jac. Maschenbaueri, Typogr. Aul., [1746]. In Latin. 4to. 202 x 167 mm (8.25 x 6.75 in.). 16 pp. Woodcut tail-piece. Bound in modern Italian marbled paper. A theological dissertation, in which Stein (a pastor and teacher in Karlsruhe) closely analyzes Genesis 49:10. The verse refers to a scepter and to Shiloh, which are here interpreted as symbols: the former of Jewish legal authority and the latter of the Messiah. Stein discusses the transfer of Jewish legal and legislative power throughout the Babylon Captivity and era of the Sanhedrin, and argues that Jesus was the prophesied Messiah. Rare; OCLC lists only two locations, both in Germany. VD18 13970372


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