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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Their personal element and didactic aim . . 25 f. Historical narratives are thus a
double witness, to past and present, e.g. the fourth gospel . . . . 31 f. The gospels
and the epistles : their rise and mutual relations . 39 The fact of distance an axiom
note and text The synoptic gospels : general note Mark (1-168) : text Matthew :
text . ... Acts of the Apostles : note and text The apocalypse of John : note and text
The fourth gospel (1-20) : note and text an appendix (21) : text The epistles of ...
In Lk 1-2 we have yet a third primitive Semitic gospel of the Infancy (Resch)
preserved in a Greek version, while in Lk-Acts after Lk 24ls '• the author has freely
edited but preserved a fourth Semitic source emanating from the church of ...
... has undergone either dislocation, interpolation, or successive redaction on a
larger scale, at a period which, as in the case of the fourth gospel, precedes that
of the archetype from which all existing MSS are derived. Another curious
Ji) reconstructs the whole gospel afresh on the conjectural basis of Tatian's
arrangement, attributing all these displacements to ... 140-149), partially on the
lines of Wendt, elaborates the hypothesis of the fourth gospel's composite origin.
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