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
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To preserve the homogeneity of chap. 10, as well as to group chpp. 8-10 round
the feast of dedication in December, to which he considers that their contents
most naturally apply, P. M. Strayer (JTS, n. 137-140) ingeniously proposes to
Ji) reconstructs the whole gospel afresh on the conjectural basis of Tatian's
arrangement, attributing all these displacements to editorial composition, not to
textual transmission. Page 693. — The transposition in chap. 18 suggested by
Still, even here, with so remarkable a measure of historic credibility (though
trustworthiness does not necessarily increase as the gap between fact and
writing diminishes), 1 In a note to chap. iii. book IV. of his History of the Conquest
of Peru, ...
158-224, and his St. Thomas of Canterbury (1898) ; also Mackintosh's Naiural
History of Christian Religion (1894), chaps, xi.-xiii., and Rerillo's chapter, ii. pp. 61
-85. More conservative statements upon the miraculous elements in the woof of ...
The extent, nature, and limits of this feature belong to the inner criticism of the
gospels (see Carpenter's First Three Gospels, chaps, v., vi., an outline of
competent and serious treatment; also Dr. G. L. Cary, in Iff, i. pp. 74-77). It
embraces the ...
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