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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... been carefully paid to the more recent investigations by Hatch, Kennedy, and
Deissmann into the linguistic features of the Koivq, as well as to a series of
grammatical studies in Hellenistic Greek by Viteau, Blass, Januaris, and
Hand □ Commentar zum Neucn Testament (H. J. Holtzmann, Schmiedel, Lip9ius
, and von Soden). HD . . . History of Dogma, Eng. tr. of Harnack's Dog-
mengeschic/ite, (1894- 1899). HJP. . . Eng. tr. of Schiirer's Geschichte
desjiidischen Volkes ...
180), and, in detail, by Schmiedel (EBi, ii. 1860-1861). Page 416, n. 1. — It is not
improbable, as Mr. Cross suggests, that similarities such as those referred to on p
. 272 are due to the fact that these writers all followed a conventional literary ...
235) and Schmiedel (" almost universally given up," EBi, ii. 1878). It is partly
owing to its early popularity, that " the traces of a chequered career of editorial
amplification, recasting, modification are more marked in Matthew than in any
It is true that the sabbath -question is passed from at 517 (Schmiedel, EBi, ii.
2529), but it leads naturally to the question of Moses, and by as natural a
transition round (72a) to the original topic in dispute. To preserve the
homogeneity of chap.
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