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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Page 551, n. 1. — On the Papias-conjecture, see further Bacon (INT, p. 42) and
Abbott ("very likely," EBi, ii. 1815, n. 8), as against Schmiedel (EBi, ii. 2508 f.).
Page 606 f. — This position is generally corroborated by Schmiedel (EBi, ii. 1870
f. ) ...
291-2) rather needlessly denies Mk 14'-16s to the Ur-Marcus as inconsistent with
the description of it given by Papias (t* in reS Xfimi S kixtitn 5 *fx xfliVri*, also nicht
ntura), referring the passage probably to the Egyptian gospel, along with some ...
Mark, the companion and interpreter of Peter, is reported by Papias to have put
into writing the reminiscences of that apostle as these were addressed to the
Eoman Christians and adapted to their religious needs (S? 7^09 to? %peia<: ...
The well-known remark of Papias (ov yap ra e« rwv /3ifi\i<ov to<tovt6v /*€ u><f>e\
eiv VTre\dfi/3avov, ocrov ra irapa fcao-?;? (fxovrjs Kai nevoiai]<;1) is
characteristic of Christianity in the first century as a whole. Men felt nearer to the
central facts ...
of the colophon in Matthew (*»; iyitm in nrX, 728, etc. j to the work of Papias,
which also had a fivefold division (ri/yy^e/t/i*TM «'>«, Euscb. HE, iii. 38), see
Nestle, ZNW, 1900, pp. 252-254. Numerical pragmatism is quite a feature of
Matthew as ...
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