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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The epistle of James : note and text The epistle of Judas : note and text The
epistle of Peter (n.) : note and text Appendix: "On the hypotheses of interpolation,
compilation, and pseudonymity, in relation to the NT literature " . 10-13 ) : note
In other cases the arrangement — Judas preceding James — probably echoes
the successive admission of each to canonicity. Among the groups themselves,
the Pauline epistles and the " catholic " change places between Acts and the ...
'For subjective reasons, e.g. Luther, followed by Tyndale, placed Hebrews,
James, Judas, and the Apocalypse disapprovingly at the end of the N.T. after ' '
the true and certain capital books. " 'Sicut post legem prophetae, et post
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.
Basileides (in Alex- Ep. Judas, before andria, 120-125): 130. Sibyll. bk.
Quadratus in Athens, fjnjriTM*. v. (1-61)? 125-126. Epist Barnabas, Agrippa
Castor, Um^atlorui MtrBUu. 130-131. 0.lyx<* «*« Papias of Hier- Saturninus in
Ant- apolis, ...
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