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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6 The meaning of a " contemporary " document ... 7 Instances from OT . . . . . . 8 f.
Bearing of this upon the apostolic age and our knowledge of Jesus 9 Every
narrative contains a standpoint as well as a subject — "the contemporary
equation " .
... the deceptiveness and inadequacy ol chronology (c) undue literary
prominence of Pauline epistles — two considerations : (i.) early Christian letters
and evangelic collections previous to 70 a.d. . (ii.) unrecorded life, contemporary
with Paul .
... to further one of the subsidiary objects for which this edition has been prepared
, namely, the need of seeing and setting the NT writings in vital connection with
one another and with the main currents of contemporary thought and history.
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 the Christian revelation passed into its classic record in the ...
Writings thus arranged seriatim reveal themselves more vividly than before as
expressions of a contemporary and continuous movement in thought, action, and
feeling, for which again they furnish indirectly much evidence. Now in this sense
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