|Author:||Henry J. Wicks|
|Published by:||Hunter & Longhurst (1915)|
|Subjects:||Apocalyptic literature ⇒ History and criticism, Apocryphal books (Old Testament) ⇒ Theology, Apocrypha ⇒ Theology, God (Judaism)|
|Traits:||supports-babtalmud, supports-bible, supports-bible lxx and 5 more, supports-bible lxx2, supports-date, supports-page, supports-pseud, supports-vp|
|Open in:||Logos Desktop, Biblia, Faithlife Bible, app.logos.com, logos.com|
Before diving into the doctrine of God as found in the Jewish apocryphal and apocalyptic literature, Henry J. Wicks gives a valuable introduction to the material, which he analyzes in three parts: “The Transcendence of God,” “The Justice of God,” and “The Grace of God.” The works covered include Ecclesiasticus, Tobit, the Ethiopic Enoch, Jubilees, the Sibylline Oracles, 1 Maccabees, the Psalms of Solomon, Judith, the additions to Daniel, the Epistle of Jeremy, the Wisdom of Solomon, the Book of Baruch, and many others.