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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Paul was far more accessible to outsiders in Rome than in Caesarea, and
runaway slaves naturally took refuge amid the crowds of the metropolis (Sallust,
Catil. 375 ; Tacit. Annal. 15J6). And Philemon is contemporary with the others.
And as they were unable to bring him to Jesus on account of the crowd, they
uncovered the roof where he was, and after tearing it up they lower the pallet on
which the paralytic man lay. 5 And on seeing their faith, Jesus says to the
13 And he went out again by the seaside ; and all the crowd came to 14 him, and
he taught them. Aid as he passed along he saw Levi the son of Alphaeus sitting
at the tax-office ; and he says to him, " Follow me." 15 And he rose and followed ...
And owing to the crowd he told his disciples to have a 10 small boat in
attendance upon him, that he might not be crushed ; for he had healed many, and
the result was that all who had plagues were 11 pressing on him to touch him.
In private, however, he explained everything to his own disciples. 35 And on that
day at evening he says to them, " Let us cross to the 36 opposite side." So leaving
the crowd they take him with them in the 37 boat, just as he was, accompanied ...
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