By Johannes Henricus Scholten
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40] Gen. xxxi. 19, 30, et seq; xxxv. 2-4; Joshua, xxiv. 2, 14.  Judges, xviii. 14, et seq; 1 Sam. xix. 13; 2 Kings, xviii. 4; Ezek. xx. 7.  Ex. iii. 13, et seq; vi. 2.  Ex. xx. 2, 3.  Ex. viii. 10; xv. 11; xviii. 11; xx. 3.  Deut vi. 4; iv. 28, 35; xxxii. 39; Isaiah, xliv. 6, 8; xlv. 5, 6.  Amos, vii. 14.  Isa. i. 11-18; Jer. vii. 21-23. —Tr. —Tr.  Jer. xxxi. 31, et seq; Isa. ii. 2-4; Amos, ix. 12; Isa. xxv. 6; lii. 15; lvi. 6, 7; lxvi. 23; Zech. viii. 23; xiv. 9, 16.
Thus the gulf which divided Jahveh, as a God afar off, from the world and his worshipers, closed up more and more.  b. The Israelitish religion after the Captivity. The free character which distinguished prophetism in the religion of Israel changed, after the return of the people from captivity, especially with the party of the Pharisees, to literalness and formalism. The prophets gave place to the synagogue, the living proclamation of the truth to scriptural erudition, the spirit of freedom to slavish subjection to Scripture and tradition.
Iv. 24-26.  Ex. xiii. 2, 12-16; xxii. 28, 29; xxx. 11-16; xxxiv. 19, 20.  Gen. xv. 17; Ex. iii. 2; xix. 16-18; xxiv. 17; xl. 38; Levit. x. 2; Numb. xvi. 35; Deut. iv. 15, 24; v. 24, 25.  1 Kings, vii. 25, 29.  Ex. xxvii. 2.  Comp. Ezek. i. 10; x. 14.  1 Kings, xviii. 23.  1 Kings, xi. 5; 2 Kings, xvi. 3; xxi. 3; xxiii. 4, et seq; 2 Chron. xxxiii. 3; Ezek. xvi. 20, 21; Jer. xix. 5.  Amos. v. 25, 26.  Judges, xi. 30-40.  Ex. xxxii. 27-29; Numb. xxv. 4.  2 Sam.
A Comparative View of Religions by Scholten by Johannes Henricus Scholten