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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137-140) ingeniously proposes to regard 10a as a verse displaced from its
original position preceding 8U, conjecturing further that between 7K and (10w)
81J Christ had retired from Galilee at the close of the feast, and thereafter (Lk g'
Paul understood the secret of Jesus more thoroughly than many who had
trodden the roads of Galilee in his company, and listened to his arguments and
teaching in the synagogues ; and the writers of the Christian biography were not
He would not have understood the difference between " Jesus " and " Christ in
heaven " ; but from the modern standpoint it is perfectly true to say that Paul's
reasoning rests not on memories of the Galilean Jesus, but on a direct and
18-19, the contemporary belief in miracles made it almost inevitable that a
miraculous element should exist in stories dating from the first century a.d. " The
real miracle would be, if we should find a homely narrative emanating from
Galilee in ...
Judos the Galilean. Annas, h-priest, 6-15. Revolt) 0j gjaiptg Caiaphas, h-priest,
18-36. from Rome, 19. Mission of John the Baptizer, 25-26. procurator, 26-36.
Insurrection. Tiberias built. Baptism of Jesus, 27 c. Death of John, 28. Crucifixion
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