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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5 I. Significance of interval between the dates of a narrative's subject and of its
composition ..... 6 The meaning of a " contemporary " document ... 7 Instances
from OT . . . . . . 8 f. Bearing of this upon the apostolic age and our knowledge of
Along with this influence (discussed by Jebb and Wilke) another falls to be
placed, due to the rhetorical and artistic spirit of the later Greek and Roman prose
, which had a vogue not merely in oratory but in the philosophical compositions of
contains, to changes in the social and inward situation of things between that
period and the date of the book's composition, along with (c) the contemporary
reference of the writing — always indirect but often of supreme value — which
... science " (ZNW, 1900, p. 8). cellent instances. Indeed, taking the word in a fair
although 6 HISTORICAL NEW TESTAMENT Significance of interval between the
dates of a narrative's subject and of its composition ,, ,, Galatians : note and text.
Date of Composition. Interval. Main Period of Reference. Tliucydides, . 403-396
B.C. (?) 32-15 years 435-409 B.C. 1 Maccabees, . 90 B.C. + 85-45 „ 175-135 B.C.
2 Maccabees, . c. 80 B.C. 95-80 „ 175-161 B.c. Josephus, " Wars " (bks. 2-7), .
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