Introductory Note to the Epistle of Barnabas
Chapter I.--After the salutation, the writer declares that he would communicate to his brethren something of that which he had himself received.
Chapter II.--The Jewish sacrifices are now abolished.
Chapter III.--The fasts of the Jews are not true fasts, nor acceptable to God.
Chapter IV.--Antichrist is at hand: let us therefore avoid Jewish errors.
Chapter V.--The new covenant, founded on the sufferings of Christ, tends to our salvation, but to the Jews' destruction.
Chapter VI.--The sufferings of Christ, and the new covenant, were announced by the prophets.
Chapter VII.--Fasting, and the goat sent away, were types of Christ.
Chapter VIII.--The red heifer a type of Christ.
Chapter IX.--The spiritual meaning of circumcision.
Chapter X.--Spiritual significance of the precepts of Moses respecting different kinds of food.
Chapter XI.--Baptism and the cross prefigured in the Old Testament.
Chapter XII.--The cross of Christ frequently announced in the Old Testament.
Chapter XIII.--Christians, and not Jews, the heirs of the covenant.
Chapter XIV.--The Lord hath given us the testament which Moses received and broke.
Chapter XV.--The false and the true Sabbath.
Chapter XVI.--The spiritual temple of God.
Chapter XVII.--Conclusion of the first part of the epistle.
Chapter XVIII.--Second part of the epistle. The two ways.
Chapter XIX.--The way of light.
Chapter XX.--The way of darkness.
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