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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... 415-458) throws out the suggestion that Mark represents the earliest Greek
gospel for the Gentiles, being a Greek edition and translation of the original
Hebrew gospel written for Palestinian Jews. The latter was accompanied by
... actually represent the later issues of their influence on the nation), the
standpoint from which he is viewed in relation to Jew and Gentile, the hopes and
experiences by which his life is coloured, and finally, the arrangement of the
46-67), his antagonism to the libertine tendencies of Gentile Christians (7s 13"
2412) in Asia Minor, and his general reflection of a more liberal Jewish
Christianity, such as that for which Peter furnished the prototype ; along with
Luke's (a) ...
... surmise, like the similar suggestion of Weizsiicker, that Paul had collaborateurs
, Barnabas, Apollos, and others, whose independent but allied work in the sphere
of dogma helped the later fusion of Jewish-Christian and Gentile tendencies.
The great " pathologist of Judaism " was the pioneer, not the founder, of Gentile
Christianity as it rose after 70 A.D. into a denationalised and broad organisation
of communities throughout the Empire. His main contribution was to build the ...
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