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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... and text ,, Philemon : text ,, the " Ephesians " : note and text . ,, „ Philippians :
text The epistle of Peter (i.) : note and text The synoptic gospels : general note
Mark (1-168) : text Matthew : text .... The epistle to " the Hebrews " : note and text
M. J. Bebb (Luke and Acts) ; Dr. George Reith (the Johannine literature); and
Professor Walter Lock (Pastoral epistles). To these scholars I am indebted for the
time and care they have generously bestowed upon another man's work. It is only
Matthew (66-70 A. D. ) was known to but not used by Luke, who wrote after 70. In
Lk 1-2 we have yet a third primitive Semitic gospel of the Infancy (Resch)
preserved in a Greek version, while in Lk-Acts after Lk 24ls '• the author has freely
A similar proviso attaches to the employment of "Mark," "Matthew," "Luke," "John,"
throughout the following pages. They are used merely as convenient titles for the
canonical gospels, and have no reference to the supposed authors or ...
... 26-29 A.D. Matthew, 75-90 a.d. 80-60 „ 6 B.C. -29 A.D. Luke, Acts, 80-90 A.D.
90-60 „ ,, (l 90-100 A.D. 65-35 „ 29 A.D. -62 A.D. Fourth gospel, 95-115 A.D. 85-
80 26-29 A.D. The meaning of a "contemporary" document.
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