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Pentateuch (Gen-Deu) Old Testament History Dispensationalism
Ernst Wilhelm Hengstenberg

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This book relates Egyptian history and archeology and excavation to the to the books of Moses. Hengstenbeg uses archeology to show the accuracy of scripture, as he counters the critics of his day.

This book is of interest to a modern reader because it depiction of Bible history, Egyptian history, and the daily life of an Egyptian during the time of Moses.

About Ernst Wilhelm Theodor Herrmann Hengstenberg
Hengstenberg, E. W. (1802 - 1869) was a German Protestant theologian and exegete. He received education from his father, a Lutheran clergyman. He studied at the University of Bonn (which he entered at the age of nineteen). He served as Professor of Theology at Berlin and later became editor of the Evangelische Kirckenzeitung, a publication which he had a wide influence on the religious life of his time. He defended evangelical truth with fearless daring, undaunted by the attacks of critics.

Hengstenberg is one of the older, towering names in Evangelical Christianity, perhaps best known for Christology of the Old Testament. Hengstenberg’s books are cited hundreds of times in works such as Pulpit Commentary and Keil & Delitzsch’s Commentary on the OT. The translator/editor of Calvin's Commentaries also makes frequent references to Hengstenberg.

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Addendum by the English Editor
Negative Part
----Material Used for Building in Egypt.
----The Animals of Egypt and the Pentateuch.
----Use of Animal Food in Egypt.
----The Winds of Egypt.
----The Cultivation of the Vine in Egypt.
----The Origin of Civilization in Egypt.
----The Use of Iron in Egypt.
Positive Part
----Chapter I: The History of Joseph.—Gen. Chaps. 37-40.
--------Joseph Carried to Egypt and Sold to Potiphar.
--------Josephʼs Exaltation.
--------Joseph’s Temptation and the Morals of the Egyptians.
--------The Dream of the Chief Baker of Pharaoh.
--------Pharaoh’s Dream and the Magicians of Egypt.
--------The Hair and Beard—How Worn in Egypt.
--------Dress and Ornaments of the Egyptians.
--------The Marriage of Joseph.
--------Joseph Collects the Produce of the Seven Years of Plenty.
--------Famine in Egypt and the Adjoining Countries.
--------Joseph, his Brethren and the Egyptians SIT at an Entertainment.
--------The Practice of Divining by Cups.
--------The Arrival of Jacob and his Family in Egypt, and Their Settlement in Goshen.
--------References of the Pentateuch to the Geographical Features of Egypt.
--------The Land of Goshen.
--------The Location of Pharaoh’s Treasure-Cities, Pithom and Raamses.
--------The March of the Israelites From Raamses to the Red Sea.
--------“Between Migdol and the Sea.”
--------History of Joseph, Continued.
--------Kings Priests, the Possessors of the Land in Egypt.
--------Embalming,[256] Lamentation for the Dead, &tc.
--------[256] Additional information upon the topics discussed in this section may be found in ...
--------Appendix to Chapter I.
----Chapter II: Exodus, Chapters I-VII.
--------The Fears of Pharaoh and His Severity to the Israelites.
--------Use of the Papyrus and Bitumen in Egypt.
--------The Daughter of Pharaoh Finds the Child, Moses.
--------The Israelites Directed to Borrow of the Egyptians Ornaments, etc.
--------Moses’ Rod.
--------Writing Much Practised in Egypt.
--------Preparation of Stone for Inscriptions.
--------The Bastinado.
--------The Shoterim of the Israelites, the Same as the Modern Sheikh El-Beled.
--------The Duties of the Shoterim.
--------The Arrogance of the Pharaohs.
----Chapter III: The Signs and Wonders in Egypt.
--------The Connection of the Supernatural with the Natural in the Plagues of Egypt.
--------Moses’ Rod Changed to a Serpent.
--------The First Plague—The Water of Egypt Changed to Blood.
--------The Second Plague—The Frogs.
--------The Third Plague—The Gnats .
--------The Fourth Plague—The Flies.
--------Fifth Plague—The Destruction of the Animals in Egypt.
--------The Sixth Plague—The Boils.
--------The Seventh Plague—The Tempest.
--------The Eighth Plague—The Locusts.
--------The Ninth Plague—The Darkness.
--------The Tenth Plague—The Death of the First-born of the Egyptians.
----Chapter IV: Exodus, Chapters XIV and XV.
--------The Military Force of the Egyptians.
--------Musical Instruments Among the Egyptians.
----Chapter V: The Materials and Arts Employed in the Construction of the Tabernacle and Pries...
--------Cultivation of the Arts Among the Egyptians and Israelites.
--------The Art of Cutting and Setting Precious Stones.
--------The Art of Purifying and Working Metals.
--------Skill in Carving Wood.
--------Use of Leather.
--------Spinning, Weaving and Embroidery.
--------Preparation and Use of Unguents.
--------Chapter VI: Egyptian References in the Religious Institutions of the Books of Moses.
--------Law Among the Egyptians and Israelites.
--------The Stuff and Color of the Priests’ Garments.
--------Urim and Thummin.
--------The Cherubim and the Sphinexs.
--------The Figure and Significance of the Sphinxes.
--------The Cherubim—Their Form and Import.
--------Leviticus, Chap. 16, Azazel.
--------Numbers Chap. 19.
--------Laws with Reference to Food.
--------The Institution of the Holy Women.
--------The Nazarites.
--------Chapter VII: Miscellaneous Passages.
--------The Genealogical Table in Gen. 10.
--------Abraham and Sarah in Egypt, Gen. 12.
--------Genesis 13:10.
--------Exodus 20:25.
--------The Festival of the Golden Calf, etc. Ex. 32 and Lev. 17:7.
--------Prohibition of Marriage Between Near Relatives. Lev. 18.
--------Defilement with Animals. Lev. 18:23, Ex. 22:18, etc.
--------Leviticus 24:10-12.
--------Numbers 11:4.
--------The Grass (helbeh ), ------------.
--------The Grass (helbeh ), ריִצָח.
--------The Fish.
--------The Cucumber.
--------The Melons , םיִחיִטַּבֲא
--------The Garlic.
--------Numbers 17:2.
--------Deuteronomy 6:9, and 11:20.
--------The Diseases of Egypt Severe. Deut. 7:15, 28:27, 35 and 60, Ex. 15:26.
--------Cultivation of the Land in Egypt and Palestine, Deut 11:10, 11.
--------Deuteronomy 17:16.
--------Kind Treatment of the Israelites by Individual Egyptians, Deut. 23:8(7).
--------Deuteronomy 23:12, 13.
--------Threshing with Oxen, Deut. 25:4.
--------Deuteronomy 28:56.
--------Deuteronomy 5:15, 4:20, 6:20 seq. 7:8, etc.

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