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Contents Preface 000 Translator's Note 000 Introduction 000 PART I ORIGINS 000 1 Prehistory 000 2 The Greek Idea of Divine Law 000 3 Historical Conditions of Alliance 000 PART II THE DIVINE LAW 000 4 The State and the Law: Ancient Israel 000 5 The Legislation of the Sacred Books 000 PART III SUCCESSION THROUGH TIME 000 6 Mother Religions and Daughter Religions 000 7 The Law as Enforced 000 PART IV LAW AND CITIES IN THE MIDDLE AGES 000 8 Judaism: A Law without a State 000 9 Christianity: A Conflict of Laws 000 10 Islam: Law Rules 000 PART V DIVINE LAW IN MEDIEVAL THOUGHT 000 11 The Aims of the Law: Islam 000 12 The Law as an End: Judaism 000 13 The End of the Law: Christianity 000 PART VI SANS FOI NI LOI: NEITHER FAITH NOR LAW? 000 14 The Modern Age: Destruction of the Idea of Divine Law 000 15 Judaism and Islam in the Modern Age 000 Conclusion 000 Notes 000 Selected Bibliography 000 Index 000
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Religion and law -- History.