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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(a) organic relations necessarily between certain documents, e.g. gospels and
Pauline epistles . literary dependence in relation to chronology of documents ....
the place of Pauliuism in early Christian develop ment ..... (6) dogmatic purpose ...
I wish particularly to thank the following scholars who have revised different parts
of my translation : Professor Denney and Dr. H. A. A. Kennedy, who have read
over the Pauline epistles (with the exception of 1 Corinthians, which has been ...
... read in its own character and circumstances ; and the consequence is that as
books they have all to be placed far down the history, considerably later than the
events which they discuss and narrate, subsequent even to the Pauline letters.
Intuition turned to reflect and justify itself, and by the time that the gospels and
even the Pauline letters were composed this tendency had been widely felt in
most quarters of Christendom. So with the didactic aim. This again did not
... which have their affinities with the epistles 1 It is hardly correct to define the
post- Pauline epistle as the literary form of an evangelical writing in which an
unknown writer came into relations with an unknown public comprising
practically the ...
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