Enth.: Prologue, by A. D. Lindsay. -- The Hebrew genius as exhibited in the Old Testament, by the Very Rev. Sir G. A. Smith. -- Hellenistic Judaism, by E. R. Bevan. -- The debt of Christianity to Judaism, by F. C. Burkitt. -- The influence of Judaism upon Jews in the period from Hillel to Mendelssohn, by the Rev. R. T. Herford. -- The influence of Judaism on Islam, by the Rev. A. Guillaume. -- The Jewish factor in medieval thought, by C. Singer and Dorothea W. Singer. -- Hebrew scholarship in the middle ages among Latin Christians, by C. Singer. -- Hebrew studies in the reformation period and after: their place and influence, by the Rev. G. H. Box. -- The influence of Judaism on western law, by N. Isaacs. -- The influence of the Old Testament on Puritanism, by the Rev. W. B. Selbie. -- Jewish thought in the modern world, by L. Roth. -- Influence of the Hebrew Bible on European laguages, by A. Meillet. -- The legacy in modern literature, by L. Magnus. -- Epilogue, by C. G. Montefiore. -- Glossary.