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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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, ...
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
The Gentile Christians who formed the large majority in most of the Christian
communities, were susceptible less to the idiosyncrasies of Paul's great genius
than to the influences making for monotheism and morality which his preaching ...
About twenty years elapsed between the crucifixion and the earliest of Paul's
epistles. During this time, and even previous to his conversion, a Christian life
was active, which did not owe its origin to him. He found churches in existence
Birth of Tacitus, 55. Death of Britannicus, 55. Oorbuio in Armenia, 57-59.
Suetonius in Britain, Festus, 59-61. Boadicea defeated. Alblnus, Tigellinus,
Poppaea, in Martial reaches Rome, power, 62 f. c. 63. Josephus in Rome, 63, 64
(-60). Paul in ...
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