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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But I believe it is timely. Unprejudiced treatment of the historical element in
Christianity is one of the most immediate needs for faith and truth alike. For if
holiness has not its sources in history, the supreme expression of religious
thought and ...
Come unto Me, and rest : Believe Me, and be blest. These lines of the late
Principal Shairp would express the habitual relation of faith to any reasonable
conclusions of contemporary research into the stages and forms through which
This order of the books in point of composition furnishes, I believe, a fairly good
order for not a few purposes of study, and the practical compensations of
naturalness and reality must be allowed to outweigh the loss of elegance and
In relation to the Christian faith, he performed two signal services : reflection and
expression.3 By means of his correspondence, 1 " Here, if at any point in history,
we may believe that the Spirit of the World, if the world has a spirit, was at work ...
If we believe that Jesus died and rose, so also will God bring with him 15 through
Jesus those who have fallen asleep. For by a word of the Lord we tell you this : "
We, the living, who survive until the arrival of the 16 Lord, shall not precede ...
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