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OUR ISRAELITISH ORIGIN.
LECTURES ON ANCIENT ISRAEL, AND THE ISRAELITISH ORIGIN OF THE MODERN NATIONS
BY J. WILSON, London, 1840
"But the birthright was Joseph's. ‑ I Chron. 5:2.
"The gifts and calling of God are without repentance. ‑ Rom. 11:28.
THIRD AMERICAN, FROM THE THIRD LONDON EDITION.
[First London Edition, 1840]
PHILADELPHIA: DANIELS & SMITH, 36 NORTH SIXTH STREET, 1851
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Preface to the American Edition. 1851. Page 5
Preface to the First London Edition. 1840. Page 6
Preface to the Third London Edition. 1844. Page 7
Reply to E. Bickersteth's Objections in 1840. ‑ Foundation for this View of our Israelitish Origin. ‑
Importance of the Subject, 9
[The lecture titles here show the material covered, but their text is not reproduced here,
because later sources provide more thorough and accurate material.]
Israel's Ancestry; and the Three Grand Races of Mankind contrasted with the modern European
Race. ‑ 29
The Land of Israel. ‑ Its Central and Important Position ‑ Its Historical and Prophetical Connections.
The Promises made unto the Fathers. ‑ Specially regarded the One seed, to come of Judah; and
the Multitudinous Seed, to come of Ephraim. ‑ 52
The Training of Israel ‑ In the Fathers ‑ In the Nation ‑ Under successive Dispensations. ‑ Giving
Israel a peculiar progressive Character, and qualifying them for future Usefulness. ‑ 69
The Dispersion of Israel. ‑ The circumstances of their Captivity. ‑ Israel's case discriminated from
that of the Jews. ‑ 85
The Place of Israel's Hiding. ‑ The North‑west pointed out in Old Testament Promise and Prophecy;
and also by the New Testament Ministry of the Word, whether spoken or written. ‑ 100
The Progress of Israel Westward. ‑ Indications of Israel's Sojourn in the Northeast of Europe; and of
their wanderings Westward through the Northern Wilderness. ‑ 119
State of Europe subsequent to the Northern Invasion. ‑ The Changes which then took place, and
which have since resulted, are all correspondent to the idea that the Seed of Israel were then being
thickly and widely sown in these maritime Countries. ‑ 138
The English identified with Israel ‑ Are found to have come from the quarter where Israel were lost. ‑
They possess the same Character, both as to Body and Mind. ‑ 155
Further Identification of the English with Israel. ‑ As to their Social Relations and Political Institutions.
‑ This remarkable coincidence previously observed. ‑ 167
French Testimony as to the Angles, and the English Constitution and History. ‑ God hath not dealt
so with any Nation as He promised to do with Israel, and as He hath done with the English. ‑ 186
The Identification concluded. ‑ As to the Arts of War and Peace. ‑ As to Religious Views. ‑ Places,
Times, and Manner of Worship. ‑ God's wondrous Care over his cause among this People. ‑ 199
Israel, the Measuring Line of the Lord's Inheritance. ‑ The Escaped of Israel came Westward, as
well as the Remnant carried Captive. ‑ God has been gradually, by his People, enclosing larger and
larger Portions of the Gentile World, until now that they enclose all Nations. ‑ 212
Recapitulation and Conclusion. ‑ On the Sources of Evidence, and a Glance at the useful
Applications of the Subject. ‑ 225
Queries [to the reader] on the Subject of Our Israelitish Origin. ‑ 234
Conclusion of the book:
"Our Israelitish Origin" Lecture XIV p. 233
the God of Israel, the Master of the harvest, is looking on, and soon will appear to the joy of those
who have given themselves to his service. Let us duly regard the claims our God has upon us, for
most loving and lively obedience. He hath, indeed, been unceasing in his care, and marvelous in his
love, to the house of Israel. He is indeed fulfilling his word,‑
"In the place where it was said unto them,
Ye are not my people;
There it shall be said unto them,
Ye are the Sons of the Living God."
Go to John Wilson, 1840. Our Israelitish Origin
Table of Contents of Lectures
Preface to American Edition, 1851
Preface to First Edition, 1840
Preface to Third Edition, 1844
Reply to Bickersteth's Objections, 1840
Queries [to the reader] on the subject of Our Israelitish Origin