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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Whether linyy. is equivalent to the substance of the gospel story or a written
gospel, the phrase is probably one of those later editorial additions which were
always apt to encroach upon the introductory matter of a writing. Page 637.
Hence the project of presenting the NT1 literature as far as possible simply in the
order of its literary growth, 1 "New Testament," of course, is a phrase which rises
out of a later ecclesiastical terminology not long before the a<<e of Tcrtullian.
In P, the priestly document of the Hexa- teuch, we obtain not (some would prefer
to say " not only ") a record of primitive history, but, to some degree, the hopes
and religious emotions of an author who wrote in the later monarchy or under the
On the other hand, the more historical narratives point often this way and that;
their standpoint is considerably later than their subject, and sometimes different
from it. In the criticism of these books — more especially of the synoptic gospels ...
Thus, while the materials for this history consist in part of contemporary evidence,
furnished by the quick and eager memory of the church,1 the handling of them
belongs to later days. Working with a sympathetic conscience and a religious aim
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