GEORGE ANASTAPLO, THE BIBLE: RESPECTFUL READINGS

 by George Anastaplo

            George Anastaplo’s volume, The Bible:  Respectful Readings, was published in 2008 by Lexington Books. It drew on a law review collection published by him under the title, “Law & Literature and the Bible:   Explorations,” in Volume 23 of the Oklahoma City University Law Review (Fall 1998). Materials were added to the thus-modified original law review collection.

The Index for the 2008 volume concluded (at page 401) with the announcement, “An unabridged version of this Index is available from the author.” It is that complete Index which is provided here, joining thereby, in the Anastaplo/wordpress collection, the Index prepared by George Anastaplo in December 2011 for his volume, Reflections on Slavery and the Constitution (to be published in 2012 by Lexington Books). (John Metz, of Evanston, Illinois, is continuing, with extraordinary diligence, to develop the George Anastaplo wordpress website founded by the late Joel Rich of Chicago, Illinois.)

The Index prepared by George Anastaplo for The Bible volume had to be trimmed somewhat by the publisher in 2008. Space limitations and editorial policies were among the factors contributing to the reshaping of the Bible Index when that book was published.

It should be recognized, however, that the complete index for an Anastaplo book does tend either to reinforce or to qualify points suggested in the volume.

There have been published by George Anastaplo two dozen book-length law review collections in recent decades. The publishing history of The Bible volume (and of his 2004 On Trial volume) suggests what might be done to convert those law review collections into books. It is not likely, however, that the author (who is now in his 87th year) will have either the time or the energy to do much more than he has already done with most of his longer law review collections.

However that may be, there should soon be provided in the Anastaplo/wordpress collection a list of all of his longer law review collections which are eligible for transformation into books. There should also be provided a list of Anastaplo volumes already in print, accompanied by a list of other volumes that are contemplated (aside from what may yet be done with published law review collections).

Here, in any event, is the unabridged version of the Index prepared four years ago for The Bible:   Respectful Readings (Lexington Books, 2008).

George Anastaplo

Hyde Park
Chicago, Illinois
January 28, 2012

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George Anastaplo,  The Bible:  Respectful Readings (Lexington Book, 2008)

Unabridged Index

Aaron, 11, 69, 73, 75-79, 81-83, 346n141, 351n259

Abel, 29-41, 243, 341n75, 342n80, 342n86, 343n89, 345n114, 368n548

Abiathar the Priest, 118, 123-25

Abigail, 111, 345n123

Abimelech, King, 58, 68, 151, 362n426.  See also Bayle, Pierre

Abishag, a Shunammite maiden, 114, 117-19, 123, 125-26, 364n462.  See also Oedipus of  Thebes/Corinth/Thebes

Abner, 122, 124

Abraham, 16, 35, 37-38, 44, 46, 48-50, 53-54, 64-65, 67-72, 79, 83, 99, 101, 114, 128, 130, 135, 144-45, 149, 151, 170, 204, 228, 243, 342n85, 344n112, 347n161, 348n179, 349n202, 350n225, 351n252, 352n271, 353n291, 362n426

Abraham’s father, 79, 349n214

Abrahams, Roger D., 369n565

Absalom, 108, 112-13, 118, 121-22, 124

Achilles, 9-10, 144, 236

Acquisitiveness, 41

Acton, Lord, 170

Adam, 30, 32-36, 41, 44, 96, 125, 130, 146, 170, 337n12, 363n444, 364n476, 366n500

Adams, John, 7-8, 12, 337n18, 338n26

Adler, Mortimer J., 171, 375n667

Adonijah, son of Haggith, 118-21, 123-26, 364n454

Adultery, 26, 89, 100-01, 103, 108, 111-13, 359n373.  See also David, King

Aerial bombardment of cities, 320

Aeschylus, 79, 83, 241, 342n78, 345n125, 352n266, 354n293

Aesclepius, 148

Affirmation (in lieu of an oath), 309

Africa, Africans, 64, 369n565

African slave trade, 320

Agamemnon, 59, 236

Agnosticism, 132.  See also Atheism; Philosophy; Prudence

Aggression, 29, 341n68, 359n384, 361n402

Ahad Ha’am, 221, 224

Ahaz, King, 128

Akkadia, 142

Alaric, 296

Aleinu Prayer, 228

Alexander, Bishop of Alexandria, 180

Alexandra, Mother, 187

Alfarabi, 230, 381n 767

Alpha and Omega, 293

Alter, Robert, 107-08, 360n394, 361n422, 362n425

Amasa, 122, 124

Ambition, 57, 218

American regime, 68

Ammon, 108, 113

Anabaptists, 306

Anastaplo, G.M.D., 268n80, See also Westfall, Richard S.

Anastaplo, Sara Prince, 3, 272n114

Anaxagoras, 258

Anglican Church, 313

Animation of matter, natural, 264n60, 327-34.  See also Darwin, Charles; Lucretius; Physics

Anouilh, Jean, 6

Anthropic principle, 251, 270n97

Anti-corporealism, 366n520.  See also Maimonides, Moses

Anti-supernaturalism, 336n7, 367n531, 370n577.  See also Atheism; Idolatry; Prudence

Antonio, 281

Apocalyptic forebodings, 289-303.  See also Dualities, reconciling troublesome

Apollo, 10-11, 346n144.  See also Delphi

Apostles’ Creed, 309

Aquinas, Thomas.  See Thomas Aquinas, St.

Aramaic language, 160, 178

Arginusae, Battle of, 14, 338n30

Arian Heresy, 180, 184, 186, 376n691

Arianism, modern, 377n706

Aristophanes, 263n44, 380n754

Aristotle, 6, 41, 97, 146, 168-70, 191-94, 213-14, 218-21, 245, 248, 253, 261n8, 261n15, 262n28, 266n70, 267n74, 268n82, 271n112, 267n74, 276n143, 332, 334, 337n16, 338n20, 340n67, 345n129, 366n508, 368n553, 369n567, 374n654, 374n655, 379n743

Arjuna, 379n732.  See also Hinduism

Ark, the, 26, 115, 124, 360n388

Armenians, massacres of, 320

Arnhart, Larry, 271n114, 334

Aronson, Jason, 201, 227.  See also Dannhauser, Werner

Art, arts, 36, 93, 210, 213, 221-24, 356n332.  See also Poetry

Asenath, 58

Astrology, 249

Astronomy, 203, 205, 214n137, 316, 327-28, 330.  See also Chandrasekhar, S.; Hawking, Stephen; Ptolemy

Athanasius, St., 375n681

Atheism, 1-3, 93-94, 98-99, 102, 132, 208, 229-30, 298, 307, 310, 312, 315, 320, 332, 356n339, 381n767.  See also Gentlemanliness, Prudence; Yearnings for the Divine

Athena, 211, 215, 240, 263n46

Athenian Stranger, the, 20, See also Plato

Athens, ancient, 14, 31, 144, 340n65

Atilla the Hun, 320

Augsberg, Peace of, 306

Augustine, St., 90, 139, 161, 191-93, 195, 198, 240, 262n40, 365n384, 365n483, 365n484, 372n614

Averroes, 217

Avicenna, 20, 217, 339n47

Babcock, F. J., 377n701

Babel, Tower of, 30, 353n292

Babylon, Babylonians, 24, 237, 262n20, 265n62, 290-91, 298

Babylonian Captivity, 64

Bacchic rites, 359n384.  See also Euripides

Bach, Johann Sebastian, 296

Bacon, Francis, 305, 377n696.  See also Berns, Laurence

Balaam, 5

Ballard, United States v. (1944), 350n222

Banamozegh, Elijah, 228

Banerjee, Niklesh, 265n63

Banquo, 15

Baptists, 3-4

Bar admission controversy, 3-4, 207, 341n71.  See also Cain, Richard H.; Levi, Edward H.; Sharp, Malcolm P.

Barnes, Albert, 295

Baron, Salo W., 339n45, 350n238

Barrow, John D., 270n97

Bartholomew, Ecumenical Patriarch, 378n709

Bartlett, John, 375n665

Barzillai, sons of, 122

Basic Program of Liberal Education for Adults, The University of Chicago, 337n14

Basler, Roy, 343n94

Bates, Clifford Angell, Jr., 380n750

Bathsheba, 100, 108, 111-13, 119-20, 123-24, 149, 159, 323, 340n59, 361n416, 362n431, 363n451, 371n600

Battenhouse, Roy W., 283

Beast, the.  See Six-six-six

Beauty, 209.  See also Poetry

Beck, Brian E., 372n604

Becket, Thomas, 352n270

Beginnings, 233-76.  See also Creation, Creationism; Philosophy; Prophecy

Being, 220-24, 358n369

Belli, Giuseppi, 343n88

Ben Gurion, David, 127, 138-39.  See also Israel, modern

Benaiah, 118, 123-24

Benardete, Seth, 261n15

Benjamin, son of Jacob, 47, 57-58

Bentley, E.C., 289, 304

Beowulf, 361n402

Berlinski, David, 266n69

Berns, Laurence, 203, 229-30, 265n63, 273n122, 312, 337n12, 337n14, 341n73, 343n89.  See also Burton-Judson

Bernstein, Jeremy, 269n84, 269n90, 270n97, 287n77

Bernt, Joe, 291

Big Bang, 204, 246, 251, 253-55, 258-59, 262n32, 265n64, 268n80, 270n98, 273n118, 273n120.  See also Big Crunch

Big Crunch, 251, 253-55, 259, 273n118, 273n120.  See also Big Bang; Justice; Universe, expanding

Bildad, 141-42

Binding of Isaac, 16, 79, 204, 349n202, 351n252.  See also Abraham; Chance; Kierkegaard, Søren; Revelation; Sarah

Bindley, Thomas Herbert, 376n689

Black Holes, 245-46, 253, 267n76, 273n125, 274n131

Blackstone, William, 99, 135n2, 358n367

Blasphemy, 12.  See also Atheism; Binding of Isaac; Inquisition

Blood sacrifices, 36-37.  See also Guns, “culture” of

Bloom, Allan, 249, 269n89

Boeotia, Boeotians, 235, 261n18, 262n34, 263n43

Bohr, Niels, 270n94, 366n505

Book of Common Prayer, 313

Born, Max, 267n73

Bowman, Robert L., v

Braithwaite, William T.,135n2, 275n142, 305-17, 335n5, 337n14.  See also Honor, Sense of

Brann, Eva T.H., 267n74, 336n9, 271n99

Braunfeld, Peter, 271n98

Briggs, Charles Augustus, 377n701

Brown, Raymond E., 372n611

Browning, Robert, 379n732

Brudno, Simcha, 319-25

Bruno, Giordano, 305-06, 311, 316. See also Servetus, Michael

Brutus, 283, 286

Buber, Martin, 87-88, 354n312, 354n313, 355n321, 356n335, 356n342

Buchanan, James, 131

Buddhism, 190, 228, 379n732

Budge, E.A. Wallis, 369n566

Bunyan, John, 135, 357n360.  See also Binding of Isaac

Burgess, William, 277

Burning Bush, the, 70, 72-73, 76, 89, 350n225, 352n260, 356n345

Burton, William, 275n140

Byzantines, 176

Caesar (generic), 312

Cain, Richard H., 71

Cain, son of Adam, 29-41, 170, 243, 342n75, 342n80, 342n86, 343n88, 343n89, 345n114, 353n292, 368n548.  See also Holmes, Sherlock

Calliope, 235

Campbell, Joseph, 30, 341n70

Cana, festival at, 18, 155-56.  See also Miracles, miraculous

Canaan, Canaanites, 19, 58, 61, 64, 82, 363n444

Canonization process, 176

Capital punishment, 34, 41, 99, 101, 343n91, 352n267.  See also Suicide bombers, deterrence of

Carlyle, Thomas, 367n536

Carroll, Lewis, 222.  See also Iraqi follies

Cassius, 286

Cassuto, Umberto, 349n211, 357n356

Catholicism, 286-88, 306-07.  See also Nicene Creed; Protestantism; Roman Catholic Church

Cause, meaning of, 332

Cavafy, Constantine, 358n362, 376n682

Celibacy, status of, 176.  See also Chastity; Prudence; Suicide

Cellular telephone, 381n761.  See also Slavery

Cephalus, 148, 369n564

Cervantes, Miguel de, 144, 212, 368n546

Chaldeans, 70

Chance, 5, 10-11, 19-20, 76, 147, 152, 163, 189, 193, 212, 220, 226, 228, 250, 293, 308, 311, 328, 331-32, 344n95.  See also Oedipus of Thebes/Corinth/Thebes; Providence; Reincarnation

Chandrasekhar, Subrahamanyan, 268n85, 269n92, 270n94.  See also Black Holes

Chaos, 236-39, 241-42, 249, 255, 274n126, 323.  See also Chance; Natural animation of matter; Opportunity

Charismatics, 164, 205.  See also Rhetoric

Chaucer, Geofrey, 277, 281

Children’s Crusade, the, 258

Chinese, the, 17

Chissiek, Seymour S., 273n124

Choseness, 346n155.  See also Job, In re

Christianity, 21, 24, 26, 129, 202-03, 205-06, 218-20, 230, 305-17, 324-25, 369n572.  See also Jesus

Christology, 129-30, 365n493.  See also Messiah, Messianic Age

Christos, 310, 314.  See also Locke, John

Chu, Steven, 350n236

“Church and State” relations, 305, 358n366

Churchill, Winston S., 339n45, 351n260

Cicero, 375n678, 377n696, 377n703, 378n717

Cinna, poet or conspirator, 280

Circumcision, 95, 352n267, 361n410.  See also Binding of Isaac, the

Civil War, United States, 31, 341n73

Clark, Ramsey, 3-4

Clark, Ronald W., 267n73

Claudius, King, 34

Clay, Jenny Strauss, 207

Clement of Alexandria, 89

Cleveland, Keith S., 265n63

Clinton, William J., 116, 210, 270, 362n430.  See also Ambition; Prudence; Recklessness

Cold Fusion fiasco, 268n80

Collins, Adele Yarbro, 295

Colmo, Christopher A., 230, 381n767.  See also Aristophanes

Common good, 116, 188

Common law, the, 335n2, 362n426, 370n576.  See also Blackstone, William; Crosskey, William W.; Story, Joseph

Common sense, 246-51, 253, 266n69, 272n114, 311

Confucius, 249n195, 265n62.  See also Natural right / natural law; Nature, natural; Western mode of thought

Conscience, 102, 187, 324, 359n379

Constantine, Emperor, 180, 296

Constantinople, 175-76.  See also Promised Land, the

Constitution of the United States, the, 90, 151-52, 336n5, 370n576, 373n124.  See also Magna Carta; Habeas Corpus Act; Declaration of Independence, the

Constitutionalism, 336

Contemplative life, 219.  See also Philosophy

Conversions, dubiousness of most, 3-4, 98, 220, 225, 228, 320, 356n339, 358n362, 358n364, 379n725.  See also Chance; Family duties; Honor, Sense of

Copernicus, Nicolaus, 305

Cordelia, 284.  See also Conscience; Prudence; Suicide

Corey, Michael A., 270n97

Corporeality of God, 82, 134-35, 241, 366n520, 377n697.  See also Incarnation, the; Maimonides, Moses; Zeus

Cosmic Constitutionalism, Cosmology, 132, 255.  See also Nature, natural

Cosmic radiation background, 274n131.  See also Big Bang

Cosmology, 244-58, 274n140

Cosmos, 242, 247, 250

Cotta, Gaius, 175

Covetous, 102-03

Cranmer, Archbishop, 367n530

Creation, Creationism, 18, 72, 75, 91-93, 96-97, 134, 202-03, 228-32, 234, 242-43, 246, 255-56, 276n143, 310-11, 327-28, 363n444, 365n484.  See also Nature, natural

Creation Science, 271n114

Croesus, King, 6, 11, 337n17, 346n142

Cronin, James W., 274n131

Cropsey, Joseph, 207-08, 312, 341n73

Crosskey, William W., 273n124

Crusades, the, 143

Cudworth, Ralph, 366n520

Cyclops, the, 209-15

Cyrus, King, 67, 129-30, 134, 136-37

Dachau, 321.  See also Holocaust; Nazism; Stalinism. See as well Brudno, Simcha

Dalven, Rae, 376n682

Daniel, 59, 370n577

Dante Alighieri, 135, 217-20, 261n19, 268n80, 272n114, 276n143, 283, 375n670

Darger, Henry, 221-24

Darwin, Charles, 156, 253, 272n114, 276n143.  See also Animation of matter, natural

David, King, 38, 61, 85, 100, 107-19, 121-24, 126, 130, 149, 159, 165, 300, 323, 340n64, 346n141, 346n161, 360n393, 361n416, 362n431, 362n433, 362n434, 362n436, 363n437, 363n444, 363n447, 364n462, 371n600

Davidson, Harry Stonewall Jackson, 3

da Vinci, Leonardo, 93

de Alvarez, Leo Paul S., 340n64, 348n172

Dead, cult of the, 353n284

Death, 166, 189-200, 303, 330.  See also Garden of Eden; Mortality; Nature, natural; Philosophy; Resurrection

Decalogue.  See Ten Commandments

Declaration of Independence, the, 31, 173, 177, 375n676

Deism, 310

Delphi, 7, 204, 338n19, 354n311.  See also Apollo

Demaret, Jacques, 270n97

Democracy, 379n727

Descartes, René, 266n72, 271n109, 305

Desdemona, 282-85.  See also Conversions, dubiousness of most; Filial piety, usefulness of; Prudence

Determinism, 8.  See also Chance; Fate, fatalism; Philosophy

Deutsch, Kenneth L., 201, 355n315

Devil, the, 146, 352n275, 371n594.  See also Satan, Satanic

Diaspora, 23-24

Dice, the divine throwing of, 246, 267n73, 269n89, 329-30.  See also Einstein, Albert

Dietary laws, 17.  See also Chance

Diogenes Laertius, 327-34, 261n15

Dionysian element, the, 205, 221, 223.  See also Caliban; Euripides; Zeus

Discovery, rules for, 266n71

Divine, Yearnings for the, 327-34

Doctorow, E. L., 368n555

Donus, Robert, 375n680

Dostoyevsky, Fyodor, 167, 371n594

Douglas, Stephen A., 54.  See also Lincoln, Abraham

Doyle, Arthur Conan, 189-90, 199-200, 379n731, 381n365

Draper, Hal, 352n275

Dreams, 20, 57-65, 135, 289-90, 346n148.  See also Freud, Sigmund; Poetry; Prophecy

Drosnin, Michael, 298

Dualities, reconciling troublesome, 373n637.  See also Chance; Philosophy; Prudence

Duncan, King, 282, 284-85.  See also Self-preservation

Dutch grandmother, a, 207

Duty, 27.  See also Bathsheba; David; Solomon

Dynia, Philip A., 380n750

Earth (Hesiodic), 236-42

Easter, centrality of, 181.  See also Resurrection, the

Eastern Orthodoxy, 3-4, 175-88, 353n290, 375n677, 375n679, 378n710.  See also Orthodoxy Sunday

Eby, Kermit, v

Ecumenical Synods, 180

Eddington, A. S., 294

Eden, Garden of.  See Garden of Eden

Edgar, Duke of Gloucester, 141, 284, 368n554

Edict of Nantes, 306

Edwards, John, 310-11, 316

Edwards, Jonathan, 316

Egypt, 11, 23-25, 46, 57-65, 67-77, 79-82, 90-91, 96, 103, 126, 130, 142, 148, 237, 243, 265n62, 278, 298, 344n106, 348n178, 348n180, 349n212, 350n238, 351n239, 351n246, 351n260, 353n284, 354n292, 356n340, 356n480

Einstein, Albert, 245-46, 248, 267n73, 268n79, 269n89, 270n94, 275n143, 329-30

El Greco, 356n332

Elihu, 142

Elijah, 339n37

Eliot, T. S., 260n2, 352n270

Eliphaz, 141-42

Elizabeth I, Queen, 367n530

Ellis, Robert Leslie, 377n696

Elohim, 91, 142

Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 277, 288

End, meaning of the, 233

End Time, end of time, 280, 291-93.

Engeman, Thomas S., 230

Engineering, art of, 267n75

Enlightenment, the, 109, 182, 232, 250, 267n73, 306, 323

Enoch, 3

Ensoulment, 328-29.  See also Animation of matter, natural

Envy, 35

Ephraim, 57, 294

Epihanius, St., 287

Epiousion, 374n652

Equality principle, egalitarianism, 31, 43-44, 179, 250.  See also Modernity

Erie Railroad Company v. Tompkins (1938), 135n2, 380n750.  See also Common Law; Natural right / natural law; Prudence

Eros, erotic, 224, 236, 238, 241-42, 262n27

Esau, son of Isaac, 34, 43-56, 344n97, 345n126, 346n141, 359n377

Esotericism, 202, 206-07, 231

Esther, Queen, 21-25, 56, 63, 339n50, 346n143

Eternal damnation, 188

Eternity of the universe, 18, 134, 231, 263n49.  See also Creation, creationism

Ethnic slur, supposed, 221, 224

Euripides, 13-14, 338n29, 346n149, 359n384

Eve, 30, 32-36, 40-41, 44, 46, 96, 125, 149, 170, 337n12, 341n75, 342n78, 364n476, 366n500. See also Garden of Eden

Evil, 1-2, 147, 166, 300, 313, 320, 322-23, 341n67.  See also Good; Natural right / natural law; Prudence

Evil One, the, 171, 372n609.  See also Satan, Satanic

Evolution, account of, 156, 205, 253, 271n114, 327-28, 334.  See also Darwin, Charles

Exodus, the, 64, 133-34

Experiments, limits of, 256

Fall of Man, the, 352n274, 353n283

Family duties, 205-06, 231, 262n34.  See also Conversions, dubiousness of most

Fate, fatalism, 7-8, 212, 239, 323

Faust, 264n60

Feminism, 43-56, 219, 235, 241, 284, 275n142, 345n130, 357n359, 359n384, 381n767.  See also Athalia, Queen; Eve; Jezebel

Fermi, Enrico, 265n64, 270n94, 332, 345n131

Filioque controversy, 183-85, 187, 377n701

Fine-structure constant, reciprocal of (Physics), 294

First World War, 319, 322.  See also Thirty Years War

Flacket, John, 145, 368n555

Flood, the, 30, 130, 243

Formosa, 4

Fortin, Ernest, 202-05

Fortune, 67.  See also Fate; Prophecy; Superstition

Fox, Everett, 74, 349n193, 351, 355n326, 355n329, 356n330, 357n358

Fratricide, 29-41

Frazer, R. M., 261n14

Freedom, 5-12, 308

Freud, Sigmund, 226, 231, 349n198

Fritzsche, Hellmut, 265n63, 275n142

Fuhrmann, Paul T., 377n703

Furies, the, 79

Galileo Galilei, 245, 248-49, 270n94, 272n116

Gallop, David, 263n49, 358n369

Gandhi, Mahatma, 358n362.  See also Hinduism

Gautama, 190, 379n732.  See also Buddhism

Garden of Eden, the, 30, 34-36, 39, 125, 149, 170, 241-44, 342n80, 363n444, 364n476, 366n500

Garden of Gethsemane, the, 279

Gardner, Martin, 268n81

Geanakoplos, Deno J., 377n701

Gematria, Jewish, 297.  See also Esotericism

Gemmette, Elizabeth Villiers, 136n5

Gentiles, thoughtful, 21

Gentlemanliness and the profession of atheism, 2, 381n767.  See also Atheism; Philosophy; Prudence

Geometry, 213, 307

George, St., 361n402

Germans, Germany, 319-25

Gettysburg Address, 31, 68, 159, 371n601, 375n681

Gibbon, Edward, 363n444, 364n462

Gideon, 204, 242, 244, 264n62, 367n528

Gildin, Hilail, 229

Gish, Dustin A., 343n89

Gleicher, Jules, 264n57, 339n50, 352n261, 264n57

Glynn, Patrick, 229

Gnostics, 363n444, 364n462

God, the mind of, 254.  See also Presumptuousness

God playing dice, 246, 267n73, 269n89, 329-30.  See also Chance

Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von, 263n60, 264n50

Gold of Egypt, the, 353n286

Golden Calf, the, 14-15, 67, 75, 77-82, 87, 93, 102, 133, 352n273, 352n274, 352n275, 353n286.        See also Art, arts; Idolatry; Moses

Golden Rule, the, 170, 374n663

Goldman, Solomon, 95, 357, 354n311, 355n319, 355n323, 355n320, 357n348, 357n350, 357n354, 358n362, 360n387

Goldsmith, Donald, 268n79

Goldstein, Bill, 269n89

Goliath, 107, 110-12, 360n401

Gomorrah, 38, 130, 353n291

Good, the, 1-2, 29, 41, 128, 146, 148, 171, 191, 198-200, 209, 223, 229-30, 293, 322-23, 340n7, 350n224, 357n349, 358n567, 369n567, 370n579, 380n751.  See also Happiness; Prudence; Virtue, virtues

Good Shepherd, the, 343n88

Gordis, Robert, 368n551

Goshen, 58

Graglia, Lino A., 358n365

Grand Inquisitor, the, 167, 371n594

Graven images, 133.  See also Golden Calf, the; Idolatry; Poetry

Graves, Robert, 264n62

Gravitational attraction, 330.  See also Animation of matter, natural; Mystery; Newton, Isaac

Great Stranger, the, 71.  See also Moses

Great Substitution, the, 48.  See also Binding of Isaac, the

Greece, ancient, 14, 17, 31, 83, 113-14, 144, 151-53, 168, 170, 195, 199, 234, 258, 265n62, 298, 330, 333, 340n65, 360n401, 377n700

Greece, modern, 177-79, 188

Greek Bible, the, 26-27

Greek Orthodox Church, 3, 376n685.  See also Eastern Orthodoxy

Greekness and Christianity, 90, 376n685

Greekness as philosophy, 230

Green, Kenneth Hart, 220, 224-32, 263n46, 336n7

Greenberg, Moshe, 359n375, 368n560

Gregg, Steve, 296

Gregory I, Pope, 142

Grene, David, 261n13

Grotius, 228, 260, 276

Grounding, a yearning for an eternal, 257.  See also Yearnings for the Divine

Guns, “culture” of, 341n69

Gypsies, 320

Hades, 214

Haggadah, the, 349n193, 353n280

Halevi, Yehuda, 202, 228

Haman, 21-25

Hamlet, 34

Handel, George Frideric, 130, 314

Happiness, 148, 191, 194-95, 220

Hargrove, Thomas, 291

Harrington, Daniel J., 289

Harris, Monford, v, 21-23, 228, 338n37, 339n50, 343n87, 345n131, 346n148, 358n371

Hawking, Stephen, 244-58, 260n1, 265n65, 266n67, 266n69, 266n72, 267n72, 267n76, 267n77, 268n84, 269n89, 270n96, 270n97, 270n98, 271n110, 272n115, 274n137

Hawkins, Gordon, 341n69

Healing powers, 17-18, 26-27, 54, 155, 165, 338n37

Health-care resources, 195

Heaton, Christine.  See Suffering Servant, the

Hebrew Bible, 27

Hebron, 107, 111, 360n393.  See also Intifada (1989)

Hedonism, 202

Heidegger, Martin, 263n49, 324.  See also Holocaust; Nazism; Peasant cunning

Heine, Heinrich, 80-81, 109-10, 122, 352n275, 353n275

Heisenberg, Werner, 255, 270n94, 273n118

Helen of Sparta, 9

Hellenic Bar Association of Illinois, 224

Hellenistic element, 186

Henry, Robert H., 4, 269n89, 336n6, 337n13, 342n80, 346n151 352n261, 352n267, 356n345

Henry V, King, 361n402, 362n433

Henry VIII, King, 306

Heracles, 242, 361n402

Hereafter, 387n767.  See also Immortality, yearning for

Heresy, heresies, 186, 230, 281, 363n444, 376n691.  See also Arianism; Nazism; Stalinism

Herod, King, 17

Herodotus, 6, 11, 144, 235, 261n13, 337n17, 346n150, 368n549

Hertz, J.H., 344n112

Hesiod, 233-43, 247, 252, 261n13, 261n15, 261n19, 262n21, 262n27, 263n43, 263n49, 270n97, 270n98 361n404, 367n529, 377n704

Hezekiah, King, 127-28, 135-36, 365n483

Hinduism, 17, 263n42, 358n362, 374n651

Hippolyta, 377n698

Hippolytus, 13-14

Hirsch, Samson Raphael, 98, 358n362

Historicism, 217.  See also Modernity

History, 26, 40, 131, 137, 152-53, 183, 238, 249, 259, 268n83, 319, 332, 349n196.  See also Poetry

Hittites, 19, 237, 262n20

Hobbes, Thomas, 172, 276n143, 305, 311-12, 341n73, 342n84, 348n189, 352n267, 375n671, 375n675. See also Locke, John; Strauss, Leo; Berns, Laurence

Holmes, Oliver Wendell, Jr., 380n750

Holmes, Sherlock, 109-10, 199-200

Holocaust (European), 230, 319-25, 367n533. See also Brudno, Simcha

Holy Ghost.  See Holy Spirit

Holy Spirit, 179, 183, 185.  See also Filioque Controversy

Homer, 6, 8-11, 59, 88, 131, 144, 209-15, 235-36, 240-42, 260n5, 261n10, 261n15, 261n16, 261n18, 261n19, 277, 336n7, 337n16, 346n149, 360n401, 367n529, 368n545, 368n549, 375n676, 377n704

Homicide, 35-36

Honor, Sense of, 133, 187, 202, 227, 328n33, 345n129, 379n725.  See also Conversions, dubiousness of most

Hooker, Thomas, 305, 317, 340n67

Horeb.  See Sinai, Mount.

Horus, 148, 300.  See also Egypt

Hospitality, 211

Hospitality and Zeus, 213

House/wife, 359n383

Hubble, Edwin, 265n64

Hubble’s Constant, 247-48, 268n79

Huck, 117

Huguenots, 306

Huizenga, John R., 268n80

Human Condition, the, 147

Humility, unnatural, 377n696

Hur, 82, 353n285

Hussein, Saddam, 341n74.  See also Iraq follies

Hutchins, Robert Maynard, 361n407

Hypocrisy, 307

I    AM, 72, 76

Iago, 282-84

Iconoclastic Controversy, 133, 185-88, 353n290, 356n333, 378n710, 378n713, 378n717, 378n718.  See also Ideology

Ideas, the, 186, 242, 251, 263n48, 374n654, 378n718

Idolatry, the somewhat natural challenge of, 14-15, 60, 63, 70, 77-84, 90-97, 102-04, 132-34, 136, 180, 187, 204, 349n214, 353n292, 355n328, 356n333, 356n339, 356n344, 358n364, 363n444, 375n671,

Ignorance, 319-25.  See also Socrates

Imagination, 265n64, 266n72, 267n73

Immortality, yearning for, 189-200, 219, 242, 353n284, 269n567, 374n657, 381n767

Imperialism, presumptuous, 207

Incarnation, the, 154, 168, 171-72, 182, 185-86, 188, 218, 299, 371n590, 375n681.  See also Resurrection, the

Incest, 10-11.  See also Oedipus of Thebes/Corinth/Thebes

Indians, North American, 320, 324

Individualism, 162-63, 169, 195-96, 213, 219, 260n4, 271n109, 276n143, 373n627.  See also Immortality, yearning for; Modernity; Self

Inertia, law of, 266n69

Infinity, on contemplating, 264

Inflation theory, 274n131

Innovations, 35-36.  See also Chance

Inquisition, the, 305, 320.  See also Presumptuousness

Internet, 381n761

Intuition, 266n69

Iphigenia, 346n149

Iraqi follies, 207, 224, 231, 233, 315, 325, 341n74.  See also First World War follies; Vietnam follies; Prudence

Irenaeus, St., 287

Irony, 145, 369n567.  See also Parresia; Prudence; Socrates

Isaac, 16, 37, 43-56, 65, 68, 72, 79, 101, 128, 149, 204, 228, 243, 338n35, 344n97, 344n112, 345n114, 346n141, 349n202, 350n225, 356n337.  See also Binding of Isaac

Isaiah, 127-39, 204, 366n519

Ishmael, 44, 53, 346n141.  See also Muhammad; Islam; Binding of Isaac

Ishtar, 24, 340n58

Isis, 300-01.  See also Egypt

Islam, 16, 176, 187, 306, 315, 324-25, 349n210, 366n504, 388n767.  See also Ishmael

Israel, modern, 25-26, 111, 139, 178, 230-31, 281, 298, 321, 323-25, 348n178, 357n355, 381n767.  See also Chance; Holocaust, European; Providence

Ithaca, 213-15, 261n16

Jacob, son of Rebekah and Isaac, 34, 43-60, 63-65, 68, 72, 74-75, 80, 97, 101, 114, 128, 228, 243, 344n106, 344n110, 344n112, 345n114, 345n126, 346n141, 347n161, 350n225

Jaffa, Harry V., 20, 339n47, 350n224, 367n536, 379n743, 380n746

Jaspers, Karl, 319, 325

Jefferson, Thomas, 7-8, 12, 307, 337n18, 338n26

Jeremiah, 366n519

Jerome, St., 167

Jerusalem, the holy city, 107-08, 112, 115, 125-28, 203, 229, 303, 354n311.  See also Athens; Constantinople; Rome

Jesse, 113

Jesus, son of Mary, 17-18, 25-27, 29-30, 34, 39, 44, 55, 108, 110, 129-30, 142, 151-57, 159-73, 178-79, 181-83, 278-303, 305-17, 319, 338n37, 340n65, 343n87, 344n103, 353n280, 357n360, 359n384, 359n385, 363n444, 365n493, 366n515, 367n531, 371n590, 373n635.  See also Abraham; Moses; Paul, St.

Jesus, trial of, 371n589

Jethro, 69

Jews, modern, 13, 16-17, 21, 68, 114, 170, 225-32, 280-81, 319-25

Jim, a slave, 117

Joab, the son of Zeruiah, 109-10, 118, 120-26, 360n400, 364n454

Joan of Arc, St., 361n405.  See also Lucretia; Mary, mother of Jesus; Rebekah

Job, In re, a test case, 141-50, 170, 191, 367n536, 368n552, 368n554, 369n567, 369n572

Job’s wife, 149

Jocasta of Thebes, 6, 10-11, 131

John of Patmos, 301

John the Baptist, 17, 163

John the Uncertain, 289-304

Johnson, George, 273n118

Jonah of the Whale, 130, 366n503.  See also Clarence Darrow and William Jennings Bryan

Jonathan, son of Saul, 114, 362n428

Jordan, the country of, 16

Joseph, husband of Mary, 64

Joseph of Egypt, 23, 47, 57-65, 75, 346n141, 346n143, 346n147, 346n151, 347n158, 347n161, 347n163, 347n167, 348n179, 350n225.  See also Moses

Josephus, 90

Joshua, 139, 365n483

Jothan, King, 128

Joyce, James, 187, 379n724

Judah, 61, 74, 112, 120-21, 126, 128, 347n161, 361n422

Judaism, v, 205-06, 208-20, 225-32

Judas Iscariot, 35, 278-88, 342n81, 347n160.  See also The Last Christian

Judas Maccabees, 280-81

Julian, Emperor, 377n705.  See also Kojève, Alexandre

Julius Caesar, 43

Justice, 240

Kaestner, Erhart, 376n685

Kaplan, Leonard V., 343n88

Kaufman, Walter, 264n60

Kazazis, Kostas, 375n677

Kendall, Willmoore, 337n14

Kibblewhite, Edward, 265n63

Kilbridge, William, 346n142

Kilmister, C.W., 294

Kissinger, Henry, 348n172

Klassen, William, 219, 278-79, 281, 284

Klein Jacob, 202, 244, 263n49, 265n63, 272n115, 274n139.  See also Strauss, Leo

Kloehn, Steve, 378n709

Kochin, Michael S., 220

Kolarik, Gera-Lind, 30, 341n71

Kontoglou, Fotis, 376n685

Koran, 366n504.  See also Islam; Muhammad; Prophecy

Kronesker, Leopold, 261n6

Kronos, 236, 238-41.  See also Zeus

Kung, Hans, 160, 372n603

Laban, 45, 54, 58

LaCocque, Andre, 340n52

Laertes, 213

Laius, father (and supposed victim) of Oedipus, 10-11, 131, 262n37.  See also Oedipus of Thebes/Corinth/Thebes

Lambert, Dominique, 270n97

Languages, basis of, 260n4

Laodicea, 294

Larson, Roy, 379n721

Last Christian, The, 279-80

Last Judgment, the, 280, 293.  See also Garden of Eden, the

Lawrence, D.H., 288, 301-02

Lazarus, 154-55, 181-82.  See also Miracles

Leah, 45

Lee, T.D., 273n123

Lenoir-Rhyne College, 4, 379n729

Lerner, Nathan, 222

Levi, Edward H., 28, 42, 66, 106, 140, 158, 174.  See also Bar admission controversy; Esotericism; Ethnic slur, supposed

Levites, 79

Liberia, 4

Liberty, 188

Licinius, 296

Liebmann, George W., 224

Life, emergence of, 255, 334

Lilies of the field, the, 374n648

Lincoln, Abraham, 2, 20, 31, 43, 54, 57, 68, 159, 177, 336n9, 343n94, 359n384, 371n601, 375n681

Lithuania, 321-22. See also Brudno, Simcha

Litsias, Fotios, 375n677

Livy, 260

Loaves and fishes, 156.  See also Miracles, miraculous

Locke, John, 276n143, 305-17.  See also Braithwaite, William T.; Messiah, Messianic Age; Prudence

Logos, 151-57, 240, 243, 262n40, 264n60, 298, 370n579

Lohmeyer, Ernest, 374n650

Lord’s Prayer, the, 159-73, 179; text, 374n646, 372n608, 372n609

Lot, 359n377

Lou Gehrig’s disease, remarkable response to, 245, 256-59, 266n72

Louis XIV, King, 306

Love, 27, 170

Loyola Chicago School of Law, 4

Lucifer, 130, 283, 365n497.  See also Satan, Satanic

Lucretia.  See Augustine, St.

Lucretius, 253-54, 273n118, 273n119, 273n121, 276n143.  See also Atheism

Lund, Sister Candida, v, 29, 337n14

Luther, Martin, 23, 306,  324

Lutheranism, 90, 379n729

Macbeth, 15-16, 23, 282, 284

Macbeth, Lady, 15

Macduff, 15

Macfarland, Joseph, 220

Machiavelli, Niccolò, 1, 20, 27, 67, 87, 107, 110, 134, 231, 284, 339n46, 340n64, 348n172, 360n392.  See also Hobbes, Thomas; Strauss, Leo; Winiarski, Warren

MacIntyre, Alasdair, 217-19

Macoby, Hyam, 281

Madness in speculation, 246.  See also Modernity

Magic, 18-19, 94, 127

Maimonides, Moses (Rambam), 12, 20, 33, 60, 80-83, 93-94, 114, 133, 202, 217, 226, 228-29, 231-32, 234, 241, 261n9, 263n45, 308n24, 344n99, 344n104, 347n153, 351n246, 352n272, 353n280, 353n289, 357n346, 366n520, 369n563, 377n697.  See also Butterworth, Charles E.; Colmo, Christopher A.; Kraemer, Joel; Lerner, Ralph; Pines, Shlomo; Strauss, Leo; Weiss, Raymond L.

Malcolm, son of Duncan, 284, 288

Mann, Thomas, 346n147

Manna, 371n594

Maritain, Jacques, 266n72.  See also Simon, Anthony

Marr, John S., 351n246

Marsyas, 361n424

Martyrdom, 219, 292-93, 299-300, 312.  See also Suicide

Mary, mother of Jesus, 34, 64, 155, 179, 186, 344n103, 378n707

Marxism, 13

Mathematics, uses of, 247-48, 250-51, 272n114, 273n122, 274n129, 275n122, 315, 329, 332. See also Russell, Bertrand

Matter, 254-57, 262n21, 265n64, 270n94, 272n117, 274n129, 311, 327-34

“McCarthyism,” McCarthy, Joseph, 269n89

Meaning of Life, 327-28, 334

Meiklejohn, Alexander, 273n124

Melancholy malaise, 196

Mencken, H. L., 351n243

Mendelsohn, Moses, 226

Meno, 251

Mercy, 206, 225.  See also Justice

Mesopotamia, 142, 340n58, 365n488, 367n539

Messiah, Messianic Age, 108, 114, 128-30, 132, 135, 151, 164-65, 168, 218, 280, 287, 299-300, 303, 305-17, 362n434, 365n488

Metaphors, convenient, 331, 333.  See also Intuition; Mystery; Nature, natural

Metis, “mother” of Athena, 239-41.  See also Zeus

Michal, daughter of Saul, 111, 115-16, 361n410, 361n415, 362n428, 363n442.  See also Austen, Jane

Midian, 69-70

Millennium concerns, 289-304

Miller, William, 292

Milton, John, 222, 262n21, 280, 283, 308, 367n536

Miracles, miraculous, 3, 6, 8-9, 12, 18-20, 24-26, 58, 71, 105, 110, 114, 129, 132-36, 138-39, 149, 151-57, 202, 205, 264n61, 351n260, 357n346, 361n416, 365n484, 367n527, 368n554, 370n577, 371n585, 371n590, 371n594, 375n676.  See also Revelation; Wonder; Philosophy

Miriam, sister of Aaron, 69, 76, 351n259.  See also Moses

Modernity, 114, 194-96, 202, 206, 219, 266n72, 291, 341n67, 357n360, 380n758.  See also Idea of Progress; Nature, natural; Messianic Age

Monotheism, 184.  See also Moses; Trinity; Zeus

Monothelitism, 376n691

Moore, Carey A., 339n51

Moral Majority, the, 292, 363n442

Morality, legislation of, 363n442.  See also Eighteenth Amendment; Prudence; Twenty-first Amendment

Morality, moral virtues, 131, 135, 198, 200, 220, 335n2.  See also Aristotle

Moran, Richard, 341n69

Mordecai, 16, 21-25, 62-63, 339n50, 340n60.  See also Inspired improvisation

Moriarty, Professor, 199.  See also Satan, Satanic

Mormonism, 350n225, 375n681

Mortality, problem of, 147, 197, 302-03, 354n293.  See also Death

Moses, Prince of Egypt, 11, 14-16, 19-21, 26, 35, 37-38, 41, 45, 60, 62, 65, 67-88, 91, 93, 97, 101-02, 104, 109-10, 114, 121, 133-35, 145, 151, 199, 201, 206, 226, 231, 234, 243, 264n57, 339n45, 342n85, 342n86, 346n141, 346n143, 349n192, 349n198, 349n208, 350n225, 351n238, 351n252, 351n259, 352n260, 352n261, 352n267, 352n271, 353n280, 353n291, 355n328, 356n345, 364n462, 366n515, 367n523, 367n532, 371n594, 375n671.  See also Cyrus; Romulus; Theseus

Mount Sinai.  See Sinai, Mount

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 296

Muhammad, 70, 298, 304n210.  See also Islam; Koran; Prophecy

Murder, 9, 98-100, 102-03, 362n434

Murley, John A., 135n2, 135n3, 201, 207, 215, 275n143, 355n315, 366n507, 367n530.  See also Kendall, Willmoore

Murphy, Cullen, 372n602

Murphy, Frederick J., 299-300

Murray, A. T., 213

Murray, David, 352n275

Muses, the, 237, 241, 262n21, 263n49

Mystery, 5.  See also Determinism; Freedom; Fatalism

Napoleon, Emperor, 221, 298

Nathan the Prophet, 112-14, 118-20, 149, 323, 363n447, 363n451

Natural animation of matter, 255, 265n64, 270n94, 327-34

Natural right / natural law, 1-2, 26, 99, 105, 131, 234, 261n8, 307, 335n2, 335n3, 341n8, 343n89, 354n295, 358n365, 359n384, 364n462.  See also Conscience; Prudence; Virtues

Natural science, 2, 6.  See also Galileo Galilei; Newton, Isaac; Physics

Natural theology, 229-30, 380n748.  See also Aristotle; Strauss, Leo; Thomas Aquinas

Nature, conquest of, 194.  See also Bacon, Francis

Nature, natural, 3, 12, 17-20, 25-26, 30-31, 34, 41, 51, 61, 70, 74, 83-84, 93, 97, 99-100, 113-14, 131-32, 134, 146-49, 153, 156-57, 164-66, 169, 181-84, 186, 188, 191-96, 198-200, 205-06, 219-20, 224, 234, 242-44, 246, 250-53, 254-59, 261n6, 261n10, 263n49, 268n80, 273n118,274n135, 275n142, 276n143, 285, 293, 298, 327-34, 330, 340n67, 343n89, 354n293, 354n295, 261n6, 261n8, 261n10, 263n49, 273n118, 274n135, 275n142, 276n143, 285, 293,          298, 327-34, 340n65, 354n293, 356n345, 358n364, 358n365, 358n366, 365n493, 366n520,        380n758

Nausicaa, 344n99

Nazism, 319-25

Nebuchadnezzar, 291

Necessity, 211.  See also Fate, fatalism; Nature, natural; Probability

Nelson, Stephanie A., 263n41

Neo-conservatism, 207.  See also Iraq follies

Nero Caesar, 297

Nestorianism, 376n691

New Testament (Greek Bible), 18, 34, 372n606

Newton, Isaac, 245, 248-49, 254, 266n69, 268n85, 270n94, 294, 301-02, 315-17, 330, 350n220, 266n69, 268n85, 270n94

Nicaea, Synod of, 375n681

Nicene Creed, the, 171, 175-88, 309, 377n705

Nietzsche, Friedrich, 229, 231.  See also Dannhauser, Werner

Nine Worthies, the, 280

Nixon, Richard M., 348n172

Noah, 37, 130, 243, 342n89, 366n502

Noahide laws, 228, 243.  See also Natural right / natural law

Nobel Prize, significance of, 249, 270n96, 328

Nobility, 209

Non-corporeality of God.  See Corporeality of God

“Non-sectarian,” 372n615

Non-Western thought, 258, 260, 339n47

Noonan, John, 368n555

Norman, Eric B., 294

North American Indians, 320, 324

Notorious figure (666), 297.  See also Beast, the

Novak, David, 228-29

Numbers, numbering, 96, 101, 154, 241, 249, 255-56, 261n6, 263n42, 274n126, 274n129, 289-303

Numerology, 249

Nuremberg Trial, 321.  See also Capital punishment; Justice; Nazism

Oath or affirmation, oaths, 13-14, 225, 229, 300, 309

Obed-edom, 115

Oblivion, prospects of, 193

Oceanography and the Bible, 19

O’Connor, R. Eric, v

Odysseus, 131, 144, 209-15, 261n16

Oedipus of Thebes/Corinth/Thebes, 6, 10-11, 97-98, 101, 123, 126, 131, 137, 168, 204, 236, 239-40, 262n34, 262n37, 337n17, 338n19, 368n561

O’Gallagher, Joseph J., 265n63, 265n64

Ollivant, Douglas A., 266n72

Olympian gods, the, 8-11,.  See also Idolatry; Nature, natural; Zeus

Omens and portents, 338n30

Ophelia, 284.  See also Hamlet; Miscalculations; Suicide

Oracles, 6, 10-11, 346n149, 346n150.  See also Idolatry; Prophecy; Prudence

Orgy of mystification, 301.  See also Oracles

Origen, 288

Original sin, 194, 353n283.  See also Thirty-six righteous men

Orlando, 284

Orthodox Church.  See Eastern Orthodoxy

Orthodoxy Sunday, 378n713

Osiris, 300.  See also Egypt

Othello, 282-84.  See also Conversions, dubiousness of most

“Our Father,” the, 160.  See also Lord’s Prayer, the

Ouranos, 238-41, 262n34

Outsider Art, 221-24

Overt acts, importance of, 308

Paganism, 35, 358n362

Paine, Thomas, 161-62, 373n616

Palestine Mandate Territory, 357n355

Pangle, Thomas L., 317

Papal infallibility, 187

Parallax, detection of, 248

Parents, 97-98, 103.  See also Oedipus of Thebes/Corinth/Thebes

Paris of Troy, 9

Parliaments of the World’s Religions, the, 336n10

Parmenides, 263n49, 358n369

Parochialism, 265n62

Parresia, 310, 346n137

Pascal, Blaise, 3

Passover, 68, 73, 79, 108.  See also Seder gathering

Patricide, 10-11, 31

Patterson, Daniel W., 335n1

Paul, St., 181-82, 301, 358n370, 370n573

Peasant cunning.  See Heidegger, Martin

Pedersen, Johannes, 51-52, 345n123

Pekarsky, Maurice B., v, 281

Perelmuter, Hayim S., 229

Peres, Shimon, 113, 362n431

Perez, 346n141

Pergamos, 294

Pericles, 131

Persia, 21-24, 265n62

Peter, St., 157, 176, 313

Phaecians, 209-15.  See also Homer

Phaedra, 13-14

Pharoah (of Egypt), 11, 19, 57-76, 126, 347n163, 349n192, 365n480, 367n532

Pharoah’s heart, curious hardening of, 350n25.  See also Fate; Free Will; Predestination

Philadelphia (Asia Minor), 294

Philistines, 67, 107, 110, 361n410

Philo, 74, 90, 349n198, 351n245

Philosophy, 26, 131, 134, 138, 147-48, 151, 161, 175, 182-84, 186, 188-90, 192-98, 201-07, 210, 213-15, 218-22, 224-25, 227-32, 234, 242, 244, 250, 252, 257-59, 263n49, 298, 306, 310-11, 314, 339n39, 356n345, 368n552, 368n554, 377n703, 378n712.  See also Good, the; Nature, natural; Prudence

Phusis, 330.  See also Nature

Physics, 2, 26, 104, 234, 244-59, 263-76, 267n75, 275n142, 293n94, 294, 301-02, 315-16, 327-34, 375n143.  See also Mathematics; Nature, natural; Rhetoric

Piety, 2, 14, 17-18, 33, 35-37, 40, 55, 88-89, 98, 103-04, 109, 116, 126, 131, 144-46, 148, 175, 185, 203-06, 218, 220, 234, 237, 257, 262n21, 323, 325, 363n437, 381n767

Piety in the United States, 149

Pilate, Pontius, 179, 377n693

Pindar, 263n43

Pines, Shlomo, 231, 338n24

Place (makon), 214, 262n30

Plagues, 67, 73, 76, 78-79, 83-84, 351n246.

Plato, 20, 88, 132, 142, 144, 148, 190, 193, 195, 204, 206, 213, 217, 219-20, 227, 231, 251, 253, 262n21, 263n44, 263n49, 271n100, 271n106, 271n108, 271n112, 273n123, 274n130, 274n133, 274n140, 276n143, 283, 298, 323, 336n7, 339n47, 343n89 345n135, 347n163, 353n291, 356n343, 357n360, 366n508, 366n512, 366n520, 369n564, 378n712, 380n747, 380n754, 381n763.  See also Aristotle; Plutarch; Socrates

Plaut, W. Gunther, 87, 324, 354n309, 355n316, 355n319, 355n320, 355n322, 355n324, 355n327, 357n350, 357n354, 357n359, 358n366, 358n370, 359n372, 359n381, 360n388

Pledge of Allegiance, the, 182-83

Plutarch, 298, 300-01, 341n72, 356n339, 356n344

Podolsky, B., 275n143

Poetry, 6, 8, 12, 26, 36, 74, 93, 127, 130-38, 142, 144-46, 148-49, 153, 157, 172, 179, 186, 198-99, 210, 214, 218-22, 234-42, 244, 260n1, 260n2, 262n21, 283, 302, 332, 335n5, 366n504, 367n529, 368n549, 371n595, 381n763, 383.  See also Oracles; Prophecy; Rhetoric

Poland, 322

Polin, Milton H., 336n7

“Polis Dream,” 346n148

Political science, 20, 132

Pollution, 339n38

Polygamy, 117, 126, 363n444

Polyphemus, 209-15, 360n401

Polytheism, 184-85, 187

Porphyry, 370n577

Portia the Merciful, 285

Poseidon, 213-14

Posner, Richard A., 335n45

Potiphor and his wife, 57, 60-61, 63

Prayer, 172-73.  See also “Lord’s Prayer,” the

Precision, possibility of, 266n71

Premises relied upon, 254-55

Presumptuousness, risks of, 256-57, 262n34, 266n69, 315

Price, William C., 273n124

Pride, 35, 169

Priesthood, Israelite, 75.  See also Aaron

Princess, the (of Egypt), 68-69

Productive sobriety, 250.  See also Common Sense

Prometheus, 83, 354n292, 354n294

Promised Land, the, 1, 21, 24, 61, 72, 103, 243

Property rights, 101-02

Prophecy, 5-12, 20, 26, 38, 46-47, 57-58, 61, 64, 68, 83, 114-16, 118-20, 127-39, 172, 185, 198-99, 211-15, 219, 221, 239-40, 262n21, 262n37, 291-92, 302, 337n14, 346n143, 347n161, 350n220, 357n346, 358n362, 362n435, 366n519, 367n530.  See also Maimonides, Moses; Plato; Strauss, Leo

Prospero, 284

Protestantism, v, 3-4,  50, 176, 178, 180, 286, 296, 306, 376n686

Providence, 134-35, 220, 222, 226, 298, 302, 315, 323-25, 361n416, 368n554, 369n567

Prudence, 2, 26-27, 55-56, 60, 111, 120, 134-35, 138, 153, 168-69, 202-03, 211, 215, 229, 232, 240, 247-48, 250, 255, 257, 275n142, 302, 312, 315-16, 321, 324, 336n9, 341n74, 351n360, 364n462, 366n519, 371n595, 381n767.  See also Socrates; Plato; Aristotle; Thomas Aquinas; Lincoln, Abraham

Psalms, 114-15

Ptolemy the Astronomer, 247-48, 268n80, 305

Purim, Feast of, 21-23, 339n50.  See also Harris, Monford

Pythagoreans, 261n15, 327

Quantum mechanics, quantum physics, 245-46, 267n73, 269n89, 273n123, 273n124, 275n143, 294, 329-30.  See also Revelation

Quintilliam, 260n2

Quixote, Don, 144, 212

Rabin, Yitzhak, 362n431

Rachel, beloved of Jacob, 45, 47-48, 50, 57-60, 65

“Racism,” 348n181

Rambam.  See Maimonides, Moses

Raphael the Painter, 277

Rationality, 20, 25, 152-54, 227-28, 243-44, 262n40, 265n62, 274n133

Rationality and the Bible, 265n62

Reality, 275n143

Reason, 26, 104, 134, 201-07, 209-15, 255-56

Rebekah, mother of Jacob, 25, 34, 43-56, 110, 128, 263n44, 344n99, 346n143

Reeds, Sea of, 89, 130, 339n45

Rees, Martin, 268n80

Reformation, the, 180-81, 376n692, 378n710.

Rei, 118

Reinherz, Adam, 325

Reincarnation, possibility of, 195-96, 213

Reinhardt, Karl, 263n49

Rejection, potential usefulness of, 61

Relativism, 202

Religious freedom, United States, 309, 372n615

Remus, brother of Romulus, 30-31.  See also Esau

Republicanism, 286

Resurrection, the, 18, 154-55, 171-72, 179, 181-83, 299, 371n590.  See also Miracles

Revelation, 3, 5, 12, 26, 36, 41, 58, 72, 83, 88-89, 98, 100, 104, 133-35, 144, 148, 193-94, 197-99, 201-07, 209-15, 221, 228-31, 254-55, 289-304, 314, 331, 369n572.  See also History; Miracles; Prophecy

Revolutionary War, United States, 31

Rhea, 230, 238, 241

Rhetoric, 316, 353n291

Rhodians, the, 233

Rice, Tim, 346n151

Richard II, King, 281, 284-85

Riezler, Kurt, 263n49

Righteousness, 203, 206, 218, 221, 228, 235

Riskin, Shlomo, 339n50, 346n148, 347n161, 348n178, 350n224, 365n492

Rituals, limits of, 131-32.  See also Isaiah

Roman Catholicism, v, 175-88, 202, 215, 217, 222, 291, 296, 298, 306-07, 354n305, 355n324, 378n708

Roman Empire, 291, 298

Rome, ancient, 17, 24, 30-31, 175, 233, 259, 286, 300, 319, 338n30

Romulus, 30-31, 67, 134

Roos, Leon John, 261n8

Rosary College, 4, 29-30

Rosen, N., 275n143

Rosenberg Case, 343n91

Rosenberg, David, 343n88

Rousseau, Jean-Jacques, 276n143

Rowley, Storer H., 360n393

Royalty, impositions of, 118

Rule of rules.  See Cosmic Constitutionalism

Runkle, Martin, 321

Russell, Bertrand, 256, 332

Russia, 322-23

Ruth, 361n422

Sabbath, Sabbath observance, 17, 26, 54, 75, 80, 90-92, 95-97, 100, 102, 131-32, 342n82, 357n347, 357n348, 357n355, 359n372

Sabellianism, 180

Sachs, Joe, 260n70

Sachs, Robert G., 265n63

Sacks, Robert, 30-33, 263n51, 341n72, 342n75, 343n95

Sacrifice, 37-38, 144, 148

Saint Peter’s, Rome, 176

Salvation, eternal, 18, 153, 169, 183, 197, 220, 282, 284, 316, 331, 357n360, 361n423

Samuel the Prophet, 26, 113-14, 118, 159

Sandmel, Samuel, 128-29, 365n491

Sarah, wife of Abraham, 16, 48, 50, 53, 149, 151, 294, 362n426

Sarna, Nahum M., 58-60, 346n148, 347n152, 347n165, 347n170

Satan, Satanic, 167, 199, 279, 283, 287, 292, 299-300, 303, 320, 371n594, 373n643.  See also Devil

Satan, the (in the Book of Job), 142-43, 146-47, 320,  369n572, 373n643, 375n643

Saudi Arabia, 4

Saul, King, 107-08, 110-15, 361n409, 361n410, 362n428

Schmemann, Serge, 360n393

Schoenberg, Arnold, 352n275

Scholem, Gershon, 229

School District of Abingdon v. Schempp (1963), 372n615

Schrödinger, Erwin, 270n94, 274n131

Schweitzer, Albert, 160

Science fiction, 247n140

Science, modern, 30, 232, 244-59, 327-34

Scientific method, 242

Sea of Reeds (not Red Sea), 76, 352n260

Sea, parting of the, 19-20, 25

Second World War, 3-4, 319-25.  See also Thirty Years War

Seder gathering, 348n180.  See also Passover

Segal, Charles, 241, 263n47

Self, the, 169, 195, 271n109, 380n756.  See also Individualism; Modernity; Philosophy

Self-preservation, 195, 206, 371n594.  See also Hobbes, Thomas; Salvation, eternal; Socrates’ Daemonic Thing

Seneca, 260n2

September Eleventh, 204, 224, 231, 325, 341n74, 361n407.  See also Iraq Follies

Septuagint, 178, 243

Seraphims, 367n527

Sermon on the Mount, the,  29-30

Serpent, the, 35, 146.  See also Garden of Eden, the

Seth, 33

Seutonius, 343n93

Seventh Seal, 295

Sexuality, 80, 172, 223, 236-37

Shakers, the, 335n1

Shakespeare, William, 2, 14, 15, 34, 88, 135, 277-88, 336n7, 336n8, 338n34, 340n59, 342n79, 344n110, 361n421, 362n433, 367n535, 368n554, 377n698, 377n702.  See also Bevington, David

Shapere, Dudley, 302

Sharp, Malcolm P., 29-31, 41, 273n124, 340n66, 341n68, 341n69, 343n91, 375n677.  See also Levi, Edward H.

Shaw, George Bernard, 210

Shechem, 58

Shem Tob ben Abraham ibn Gaon, Rabbi, 336n7

Shepherds, 38

Sheppard, Harrison, 345n124

Shimei, son of Gera, 118, 122, 124-25

Shudnow, Sanford H., 347n161

Shylock, 280-82, 285, 344n110

Silence, a dramatic, 295-96

Simpson, O.J., 337n12

Sin, 136, 169-70, 183

Sinai, Mount, 64, 67, 70, 74, 77-88, 96, 100, 104, 133, 354n302, 354n311, 360n388

Sinai Peninsula, 354n311

Singh, Simon, 273n118

Six-six-six, 297

Skepticism, 132

Slavery, ancient and modern, 43, 57-65, 96, 125, 221, 324, 381n761

Smith, Colleen, 358n364

Smith, Joseph, 350n225

Smyrna, 294

Sobieraj, Sandra, 278

Sucianiam, 310.  See also Unitarianism

Socrates, 11, 132, 144, 147-48, 188, 193-99, 204, 206, 220, 248, 257-58, 266n72, 267n72, 274n133, 274n134, 323, 331, 338, 362n421, 369n564, 371n595, 379n727, 379n728

Sodom, 38, 130, 353n291

Solomon, King, 53, 85, 100, 108-13, 117-26, 159, 189, 346n141, 347n161, 363n444, 365n480, 371n600, 374n649

Sophistry, 364n462

Sophocles, 6, 10-11, 131, 137, 262n34, 337n16, 337n17, 352n266, 368n557, 368n561

Soul, 260n3, 327-34

Spain, 144

Special Providence, 129.  See also Miracles

Spedding, James, 377n696

Spinoza, Benedict, 305.  See also Atheism; Bayle, Pierre; Israel, modern

Spurrell, G. J., 303

Stalinism, 320, 322.  See also First World War; Nazism; Nuremberg Trial

Statesmanship, 50

Steiner, George, 226

Stenkewicz, Kristin, 4

Stephanopoulos, George, 278

Stoics, 375n678

Stone, Robert L., 135n2, 269n89, 275n142

Strabo, 74, 351n243

Strauss, Leo, 1, 13, 20, 88-89, 93-94, 132, 201-08, 215, 217, 220, 221, 225-32, 241, 258-59, 263n46, 264n52, 270n93, 272n115, 273n122, 275n143, 312, 332, 335n3, 336n7, 338n24, 338n28, 338n33, 341n73, 353n275, 349n198, 354n313, 355n315, 356n338, 356n339, 359n384, 360n387, 362n425, 370n575, 379n725, 380n758, 386n748

Suffering Servant, the, 128-29, 365n491

Suicide, 279-80, 284, 286, 324-25

Super-miracles, 371n590.  See also Creation of the World, the; Incarnation, the; Resurrection, the

Superstition, 298, 356n339

Sutton, Sean D., 367n530

Swerdlow, Noel M., 265n63

Szilard, Leo, 270n94

Tabernacle, 77

Talmud, 19, 24

Tamar, 108, 113, 347n161

Tartarus, 236, 238-39, 241, 262n27

Technology and physics, 232, 251, 267n75

Temple in Jerusalem, 21, 24, 104, 113, 122

Ten Commandments, 14, 67, 74-75, 78-80, 82, 85-105, 152, 166, 170, 176, 179, 183, 186, 355n326, 358n364, 359n385, 360n386

Ten Utterances.  See Ten Commandments

Tenney, Merrill C., 289

Terror.  See “War on Terror”

Tertullian, 169, 287, 374n660

Tetragrammaton, 91, 355n326, 355n329, 355n330, 356n341, 357n347

Theft, 102

Theodora, Empress, 378n713

Theodosius, 296, 298

Theological-political crisis, 231

Theology, 220, 234, 238, 257-58

Theseus, 67, 134, 361n402, 377n698

Thirty Years War, 306.  See also First World War and Second World War

Thirty-six righteous men, 374n657, 380n749

Thomas Aquinas, St., 12, 114, 190-95, 197-98, 201n8, 204, 210, 219, 230, 272n116, 350n224, 378n708, 379n738, 379n743, 381n762

Thucydides, 131

Thyatria, 294

Time, 244-58

Time’s true beginning, 253

Tipler, Frank J., 270n97

Titans, 236

Tolstoy, Leo, 190, 192, 197, 379n736

Torah, 21, 45, 87, 90, 131, 199, 228, 263n51 351n238

Tragedy, 5-6.  See also Oedipus of Thebes/Corinth/Thebes

Treason, United States Constitution, 370n576

Trinity, Trinitarian, 180, 183-84, 186, 309, 315, 352n274, 377n702

Troy, Trojan War, 9-10, 236.  See also Homer

Tsoumas, George J., 378n714, 378n716

Turkey, 176

Twain, Mark, 110, 361n403

Typhon, villainous, 300-01

Tyranny, 15, 27, 57, 109-10. See also Oedipus of Thebes/Corinth/Thebes

UFOs, 270n94.  See also Dreams; Gideon; Sinai, Mount

Ultron, the, 26, 254, 260n3, 273n123, 273n124, 274n126, 332-34

Uncertainty principle, 255, 269n89, 270n98, 271n104, 273n118, 273n124

Unitarianism, 301, 310, 315

Universe, expanding, 246, 252-53, 257, 265n64, 273n118, 274n131, 333, 380n758.  See also Big Bang; Big Crunch; Creation

Universe, infinitude of the, 255, 265n64, 305

“Universes,” multiple, 274n126

University of Chicago, the, 4, 29, 207, 254, 328, 334

University of Dallas, the, 4, 215

University of Illinois (Chicago), the, 4

Uriah the Hittite, 108, 111-12, 119, 124, 361n416, 362n426, 362n433, 363n447.  See also Abimelech, King

Uzza, 26-27

Uzziah, King, 128

Van Doren, Charles, 171, 375n667

Van Doren, John, 369n567

Van Doren, Mark, 235, 261n11

Vanderslice, Stephen, 265n63

Vashti, Queen, 21, 339n50

Vasils, Themi, 376n687

Vasils, Theodora, 376n687

Vaughan, James, 321

Venice, 27

Verbal inspiration of the Torah, 228

Verification, 266n71.  See also Evidence; Faith; Miracles

Versailles Treaty, 319.  See also Thirty Years War

Vice.  See Ignorance; Philosophy; Virtue, virtues

Virgil, 230, 261n17, 262n21, 262n27, 263n41

Virginia Statute of Religious Liberty (1785), 307-08

Virtue, virtues, 98, 135, 146-50, 168-69, 171, 192-93, 217, 219-20, 230, 256-57, 290, 343n89, 367n592, 369n567, 369n572, 374n657.  See also Natural right / natural law; Philosophy; Uncertainty principle

Visions, 135.  See also Dreams

 

Wali, Kameshwar, 269n85

War, 99

“War on Terror,” 341n74.  See also Iraq follies

Ward, Artemus, 280

Ware, Timothy, 375n679, 375n681, 375n682, 376n683, 376n686, 376n691, 377n701, 377n704,378n710, 378n713, 318n718.  See also Conversions, dubiousness of most

Washington, George, 151

Watson, Doctor, 189-90, 199

Watson, James B., 270n96.  See also Race relations in the United States

Weather forecasts, 131.  See also Prophecy

Webber, Andrey Lloyd, 346n151

Weekend, the, 357n355.  See also Modernity

Weinberg, Steven, 268n80, 268n84, 271n107

Weismann, August, 368n556

Weizsacher, C.F. von, 270n94

West, M.L., 262n25

Westaway, F.W., 294

Western Civilization, vitality of, 203-04, 230

Western mode of thought, the, 232, 254

Westfall, Richard S., 302

Whatman, Elizer, 338n36

Whirlwind, Voice from the, 142-43, 148-49, 369n567

Whitaker, Albert Keith, 263n49

Whitehead, Alfred North, 377n692

Wickedness, 209

Wife of Job, 141-42

Wilderness, temptations in the, 371n594

Wilford, John Noble, 339n44

Will, the, 147, 194.  See also Chance; Nature, natural; Prudence

Wilson, Edward O., 267n73

Winograd, Richard W., v

Wisdom, 126.  See also Conscience; Philosophy; Prophecy

Witnessing, false, 102

Women’s rights, 43-56.  See also Feminism; Nature, natural; Bathsheba; Rebekah; Esther, Queen

Wonder, 70, 249, 329.  See also Philosophy

Woolf, Virginia, 223

Wright, C.H.H., 303

Wylie, Elenor, 209, 215

Xenophon, 193

Xerxes, King, 193

Yahweh, 142, 355n326, 355n329, 356n330, 356n341, 357n347, 357n358.  See also I AM; Whirlwind, Voice from the; Zeus

Yearnings for the Divine, 132, 327-34, 358n364.  See also Rich, Joel

Yugoslavia, 308

Zadok the Priest, 118, 124

Zeldovitch, Yakov, 268n80

Zeno, 175

Zerah, 346n141

Zeresh, wife of Haman, 22

Zeus, 8, 59, 213-14, 235-42, 261n19, 262n27, 263n40, 354n293, 354n294, 368n561

Zimring, Franklin E., 341n69

Zionism, 201, 323.  See also Chance; Holocaust, European; Natural right / natural law

Zuehlke, Gus, 4

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