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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Single brackets imply that there is no MS evidence for the interpolation, while
double brackets are used when such external evidence does exist. Darker type
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5"), which corroborates other evidence upon the popularity of magic in Asia Minor
(Gal 5*, qnpfuuni*., 2 Ti 5>3, ynm) among the people reached by Christianity, is
described by Cheyne (EBi, ii. 1452) in Browning's phrase as "accidental fancy's ...
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
... Christian consciousness with their change and flow and sequence, so far as
these are consecutively preserved by the extant records, in order that through the
literature, as Mommsen somewhere remarks upon the evidence for the provincial
... incidentally defines "contemporary" evidence. Speaking of Herrera, the author
of Hisloria General de las Indias, he points out that this Spaniard's evidence is "
little short of that of a contemporary, since it was derived from the
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