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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Acts of the Apostles : note and text The apocalypse of John : note and text The
fourth gospel (1-20) : note and text an appendix (21) : text The epistles of John :
general note . I. John : text .... II. John : text .... in. John : text .... An evangelic ...
Possessing some canonical authority even by the time of John's death, it was
very slightly modified by the synoptic tradition (e.g. 213'-, 449"54). But, in the
hands of John the presbyter, certain of its Logia were developed into Christian ...
the general rivalry2 with Judaism upon the score of authority and prestige ; the
relation of Christianity to John the baptizer and his followers (l9f- 322f-, etc.) — a
practical problem 3 which had already agitated the church (e.g. Ac 191-10) — the
In the group of the gospels, e.g. Matthew and John are occasionally put first, as
their authors were considered to be personal disciples or apostles of Jesus. The
connection of Mark and Luke with the historical Christ was secondary; they were
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.
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