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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Ep. James, lgnatian "i karp(?) J Development of Gnostic systems. Rise of
apologetic literature. Cerinthus. Naaseni. Ophites. Ep. to Diognetus, Appeal to
tradition, e. 117. Study of NT literature. Protevangel. James (?). Didaehe (pres.
Coptic gnostic treatises, turi**v- ' l'/'o:. X;-.~ ;□'.:'. ; rtfiot^ii TXt'Tp+V. Apelles,
rvMeytru*; fetitpurii*. Elerniias, Xiatrvfuii CO. H'ppolytus of Elxal. Home. Gnostic
Coptic book (Cod. Bruc), 170- 200. Bardesanes, born at Edessa, 154 ; " Hymns.
If a later date than the usual one has to be taken, certainly the close of the
seventh decade is infinitely more probable than one in Trajan's reign, when the
background of the writing would consist of antinomian Gnostic controversies. The
It is clear that they were not " Gnostic," in the later and technical sense of the term
; possibly they were syncretistic, a local blend of polytheism, mysticism, and
theosophy. 3 For the reality and limits of the advance in Paulinism which marks
It must be admitted that there are no definite traces of any great Gnostic system in
this writing, nor can there be any reason for denying that Paulinism in Paul's
hands could have embraced certain semi-metaphysical ideas which are called ...
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