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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24, 25) seem inclined to agree that the great central portion of the tradition in the
synoptic gospels existed in some fixed shape before the fall of Jerusalem. " Die
Evangelien gehoren ihrem wesentlichen Inhalte nach noch der ersten, jtidischen
Judas Mace, recovers Restoration of Temple- Jerusalem, worship, 165. Judas
Mace, alliance with Rome, 160 e. Jewish overtures to Rome. Judaea
independent, 143. The Asmoneans, 135-63. John Hyrcanus, 135-106. Pharisees.
««v«„«t«- ha or Temple in Jerusalem I- Iorus,procurator,04-66. completedt c. 04.
Florus abandons Jerusalem. Josephus, governor of Massacres of Jews in Galilee
. Syria and Egypt. Romans driven from John of Gisehala. Jerusalem, 66. Roman
Idumaeans massacre Zealots masters of Jeru- priests in Jerusalem, salem. 63.
Lull in war, June 68- Flight of Christians to April 70. Pella. Appearance of a false
Birth of Polykarp, 69. Nero in East, c. 09. Siege and sack of Jerusalem byTitus,70.
112. ista. Azzaj. ten of Philip. Rabbi Jose. Ebionitea. of Ignatiua, ± 115. Revolt of
Jews in Egypt, Cyprus, Oyrene, etc. Massacre of Greeks. Hadrian in Egypt and
Birth of Irenaous, bef. Syria. 130. builds Jerusalem, 130 f. Death of Rabbi Joshua,
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