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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cabbalism
Literary usage of Cabbalism
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Commentary on the Apocalypse by Moses Stuart (1845)
"As to chap. xx. seq., which exhibits a picture of the New Jerusalem, I find no more Rabbinism or cabbalism in it, than I do in Ezek. xl. seq., ..."
2. Eminent Israelites of the Nineteenth Century: A Series of Biographical Sketches by Henry Samuel Morais (1880)
"... of cabbalism, almost single-handed. Hebrew, French and Italian he makes subservient to his designs, and his language is terse and incisive. ..."
3. Bibliotheca Sacra, Or, Tracts and Essays on Topics Connected with Biblical by Edward Robinson (1843)
"16, 1—13; and trust that John will fairly stand acquitted of all double dealing or affected mystery, or even cabbalism, in respect to the passage before us. ..."
4. Progression by Antagonism: A Theory, Involving Considerations Touching the by Alexander Crawford Lindsay Crawford (1846)
"The cabbalism was a system founded on ... and cabbalism. A most rich and picturesque system. Revived in the thirteenth century, and traceable till the ..."
5. Historical Lectures and Essays by Charles Kingsley (1889)
"They fell into a cabbalism, and a superstitious reverence for the mere letters and ... to which the cabbalism of the old Rabbis was moderate and rational. ..."