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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But, on the other hand, the divining power of the historical imagination cannot
see to contribute its final and special gift of reconstruction until criticism has
attempted as far as possible to discharge its preliminary task and arrange the
In NT criticism, as emphatically as elsewhere, the Aristotelian canon holds : Be
content with attaining so much precision and accuracy as the nature of the
subject in hand allows. Generally, with the exception to which I have referred, it is
This is admitted on all hands (cp. Bruce, EBi, ii. 2452- 2453 ; Beyschlag, NTTh, ii.
474, 478 ; JMicher, EM. 292 1.; Bacon, INT, pp. 182, 198, 210 ; Harnack, III), i. pp.
99 f., 106 n., etc.). But it is only when the historical strata of the gospels are thus ...
The former was written from Ephesus (1 Co 168) ; the latter, at a later stage of the
tour, from Macedonia (2 Co 7s). During this interval neither Galatians nor
Romans can be placed. Further, Romans is on all hands allowed to have
followed 2 ...
Harnack and McGiffert, on the other hand, base their schemes on data taken from
the " Eusebian " chronicle, which practically puts the arrival of Festus in the year
Oct. 55-Oct. 56 a.d. This position has been advocated by (among others) O.
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