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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How were they to conduct themselves in mission- tours, when arraigned before
magistrates, in view of the Jewish law ? Answers to these and a host of other
more theoretical questions were sought and found in what Jesus was reported to
Consequently some account has to be taken of these as well as of the less
obvious features of their mental climate — the prevailing ethnic and Jewish
beliefs in the miraculous, the cosmic and psychic ideas of angelology,1
demonology, and ...
Letters from Rome to East in favour of Jews, 138-137. The Gracchi, 164-121.
Servile War In Sicily, 134-132. Sempronian laws, 183-123. Death of Scipio, 129.
Transalpine wars. Istrian war, 178-177. Romans at war in Greece, 170-146.
Persecution of Jews in Oaul and Brl- Apion in Rome, 89. tain, 39-40. Herod
Antipas deposed and banished, 39. Philo's embassy to Lucan in Rome, 40.
Claudius, 41-(Oct. 13) 64. Seneca In exile, 41-49. Romans in Britain, Lycia, Rom.
Rhetoric -teachers endowed in Rome. Dorian revolts. Herculaneum and Pom peii
destroyed, 79. Josephus resident in Rome, 70-100. Domltian, 81-08 Sept.) 96.
Domittan's triumph In Gaul, 83. Severe policy to Jews. Severe policy to Christians
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