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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... and text ,, Philemon : text ,, the " Ephesians " : note and text . ,, „ Philippians :
text The epistle of Peter (i.) : note and text The synoptic gospels : general note
Mark (1-168) : text Matthew : text .... The epistle to " the Hebrews " : note and text
... Die Antike Kunstprosa, 1898, Anhang I., " Ueber die Geschichte des Reims";
and Wendland, Beitrdge zur Geschichte der Griechischen Philosophic u.
Religion, 1895), where, as in the older Hebrew literature, poetry never lay far
from what ...
... Professor Denney and Dr. H. A. A. Kennedy, who have read over the Pauline
epistles (with the exception of 1 Corinthians, which has been undertaken by Rev.
David Smith, M.A.) ; Dr. Marcus Dods (Hebrews and the Catholic epistles) ; Eev.
who admits, however, that an Aramaic (not Hebrew) source may have existed
prior to the Logia and the Ur-Marcus. The other side is plausibly advocated by Dr.
E. A Abbott (recently in Clue and The Corrections of Mark), who posits a Hebrew
... materially from that in the Hebrew and Latin. The disarrangement can be
traced back to the exemplar of these Greek MSS, in which some pairs of leaves
must have got transposed. Similarly with the pseudo-Philonic Be incorrupt. Mundi
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