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 narrative of Paul's activity as an exorcist (Ac 1913-20, cp. 5"), which
corroborates other evidence upon the popularity of magic in Asia Minor (Gal 5*,
qnpfuuni*., 2 Ti 5>3, ynm) among the people reached by Christianity, is
described by ...
The classic and abused instance of this relationship has been the book of Acts ;
but when fairly employed the principle touches almost the whole collection.
Paul's writings are the most objective. Their standpoint and subject are practically
positions of Paulinism.1 It is natural to regard Paul " in his passion for ideas and
apparent indifference to biographic detail, as an exception, and to think of the
majority of his followers as men who, while sympathising with his universalism, ...
Other interests, at any rate, predominate in his and other catalogues, as in the
Muratorian fragment, where Paul's epistles to the seven churches are grouped
together in order to precede those addressed to private individuals. Similarly with
Paul's general universalism passed on to find analogous elements in the more
liberal phases of Jewish Christianity, and from these under the prevalent
Hellenism of the age grew the "Catholicism" which stamps the sub- Pauline
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