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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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 ...
Synod of Jamnia, 90 : John in Ephesus. Settlement of OT canon. Eleazar ben
Hyrcanos. Cerinthus. Growing antipathy of Polykarp in Smyrna. Jews and
Christians. John the Presbyter. Menander, disciple of Simon Magus. Eleazar ben
John. As- censio Isaiae (G1- lli H&«). 2, 3 epp. John the presbyter. S Tim. -\ Titus.
} 96-125. 1 Tim. J Editing of gospels. Roman Symbol (?). Ep. James, lgnatian "i
karp(?) J Development of Gnostic systems. Rise of apologetic literature.
1 epistle [of John]. 2-3 epp. John the presbyter. 2 Tim. (in present form). Titus (in
present form). 1 Tim. (substantially). An evangelic fragment (Mk 169"30). Epist.
James. Epist. Judas (before 130). 2 Peter (after 150). A note of John the presbyter
... in Saturn's reign, such mixture was not held a stain "— ; or, if the "John " of I*- °
be the author, it was written by some otherwise unknown Christian prophet (22*)
of that name, quite possibly (as Eusebius suggested) the Presbyter. Modern ...
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