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Art. I.-1. Théorie du Judaisme. Par l'Abbé Louis Chiarini,

Professeur des Langues Orientales à l'Université de Varsovie.

Paris. 1829. 2. Ceremonies, Customs, Rites, and Traditions of the Jews. By

Hyman Isaacs, a converted Jew. London. 3. The Remnant found, or the Place of Israel's Hiding disco

vered; being a Summary of Proofs showing that the Jews of Daghistan on the Caspian Sea are the Remnant of the Ten Tribes. The Result of personal Investigation during a Missionary Tour of Eight Months in Georgia, by Permission of the Russian Government, in the Years 1837 and 1838. By the Rey. Jacob Samuel, Senior Missionary to the Jews for India, Persia and Arabia, and Author of a Hebrew Sermon on the

Christian Evidences, &c. London. “ Except the Lord build the house, they labour in vain that build it.” In these words of the Psalmist may be summed up the history of countless schemes projected in various countries for the emancipation of the Jews, without first trying to convert them to Christianity. The total failure of all attempts at a reform of this kind may be viewed as a second standing miracle corroborative of that other generally admitted one-the continued existence of the children of Israel as a distinct nation. False philosophy, not unlike the apostate emperor of old, has only made another unsuccessful experiment of its strength, in trying, as it were by underhand dealing, to rebuild the ancient Temple of Jerusalem, upon the ruins of which has been raised that Church against which the powers of hell shall not prevail. The followers of this pagan school of philosophy seem to have been visited by a mental blindness equal to that of the objects of their pity; and it is a melancholy consideration that they should still be so far from discerning that not only they, but a thousand apostate emperors, will labour in vain to rebuild that Temple of whose foundations it was predicted that no stone should remain. Warburton, on Julian, contains a perfect analysis of the entire story of the attempt to rebuild the Temple by that emperor. Ammianus Marcellinus, au unquestioned authority, states the fact; and Gibbon owns the story stood equally confirmed by pagan and Christian authorities. We are decidedly, after a diligent examination, in favour of the miraculous intervention. The true believer will not require from

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us any proofs of this; a few words on the subject will satisfy him, though to false philosophy their real purport will ever remain unintelligible,

The Jewish nation was a chosen one; even unchristian philosophers have latterly conceded this point. To preserve in their purity the sacred traditions of man's creation, and the belief in one God, amongst nations polluted with idolatry, until the hour of divine mercy should arrive, was the object of that heaven-given mission. The hour having struck, the God-promised Messiah appeared on earth; not to abolish but to complete the law, by adding to it universal charity. Thus by the grace of Heaven, and only by the grace of Heaven, all men have been made brethren and adopted as children of one God. The stiff-necked people, however, rejected that infinite grace, and thus excluded themselves from the pale of the Christian commonwealth. So long as their soul shall remain unchristian, it is folly, nay it is sacrilege, to adopt measures for rendering the Jew's legitimate subjects of a truly Christian state. No complete emancipation of them is possible, except by their previous conversion; and until this shall be effected, the utmost that ought to be granted them is toleration; anything more will prove vain wisdom, false philosophy and unsound policy. This is the condition which was predicted to them by their deliverer from the Egyptian bondage: -" And the Lord shall scatter thee among all people from the one end of the earth even unto the other; and there thou shalt serve other gods, which neither thou nor thy fathers have known, even wood and stone."-Deut. xxviii. Again: “ And thou shalt become an astonishment, a proverb, and a by-word, among all nations whither the Lord shall lead thee."

These passages, however, are unintelligible to the votaries of what the Germans would call halb-philosophie; truly a half, or rather perhaps altogether a false philosophy; the abortive productions of which are all those systems of Utilitarianism, Socialism, Chartism, and of any modern "ism,” which lead away from God, as a half philosophy never fails to do. To such, society is a mere agglomeration of men, held together by self-interest; a state which might be expressed by the problem-from a given number of knaves to produce so much virtue. The effect of such a doetrine may be to cause a generation to abound in money and cheap knowledge, but to despoil it of faith and deprive it of wisdom and happiness. In other words, it does but attempt to restore the ancient idolatry, and its advocates care not whether the Jews become converted or unconverted members of the state.

A humble and sound philosophy pursues a totally different course, and truly it has been said of such, that it leads to God. To this philosophy, states are not agglomerations of men from

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