The Historical New Testament: Being the Literature of the New Testament Arranged in the Order of Its Literary Growth and According to the Dates of the Documents
T. & T. Clark, 1901 - 724 páginas
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Acts of the Apostles : note and text The apocalypse of John : note and text The
fourth gospel (1-20) : note and text an appendix (21) : text The epistles of John :
general note . I. John : text .... II. John : text .... in. John : text .... An evangelic ...
They give a transcript of their origin and vital is said to have taken place in the
Lycus valley during the seventh decade, it is deduced by many scholars that
Colossians and the Apocalypse (2-3) must have been written either just before or
Three unities or groups of writings — the " gospels," the " epistles of Paul " with or
without Hebrews, and the " catholic epistles " — were massed together, closed by
the Apocalypse. Eoughly speaking, this may be described as the dominant ...
Among the groups themselves, the Pauline epistles and the " catholic " change
places between Acts and the Apocalypse, while the last-named may be said
almost invariably to close the NT canon,2 a position "Gregory's "Prolegomena to
'For subjective reasons, e.g. Luther, followed by Tyndale, placed Hebrews,
James, Judas, and the Apocalypse disapprovingly at the end of the N.T. after ' '
the true and certain capital books. " 'Sicut post legem prophetae, et post
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