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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215-228. a If wo qualify its second statement, Keim's remark ix propos of Matthew
(in his view, the earliest gospel) holds true of all the three synopti9ts : "The
interval was too short really to sweep away a historical life, the circles of Judaism
1 Tho supernatural excitement of the first century seems to have made the rabbis
who lived towards its close extremely shy of miracles as a religious proof (ride
Schechter's Studies in Judaism, p. 230 f.). ' On tho quick transformation of fact in ...
... a religious experience was more than a popular conception ; it formed an
accepted category of thought in current Hellenistic and Rabbinical Judaism,
where, as in Philo (Usener, JReligionsgcschichtc, i. p. 50 f. ; Holtzmann, SC, i. pp.
62, 63 ...
5 1 2-5 5 0 ; also M. Arnold's Literature and Dogma, chaps, v., vi. ; Toy,
Christianity and Judaism, chaps. ii.,iii. ; and Cone, Gospel Criticism, 1891, pp.
291-336). A partial illustration of the same process can be found in Paradise Lost.
As for Judaism, Mr. Schechter observes, it "bowed before truth, but it never made
a covenant with facts only because ... History had to be re-made, and to sanctify
itself before it found its way into the sacred annals " (Studies in Judaism, p. xxv).
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