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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It is certainly nearer a religious treatise than a letter ; but the epistles preserved in
Apoc. 2-3, to say nothing of Heb 13"-end anj 2-3 John, demand a closer definition
. On the epistolary form of the NT letters, see F. Zimmer's careful analysis, ...
In the group of Pauline letters it is not certain, even in Marcion's arrangement,
whether a chronological principle is at work at all. Other interests, at any rate,
predominate in his and other catalogues, as in the Muratorian fragment, where
In short, hardly any attempt seems to have been made to arrange even the letters
of Paul in chronological order, much less to determine the date of each writing
separately. When all had come to be gathered into a whole, the principle of ...
The connection between the Pauline letters and the gospels is too delicate a
problem to be solved on purely chronological presuppositions. How far the facts
and sayings in the synoptics have been affected2 by the statements of the
epistles or ...
(c) Finally, the form of such an edition as this might convey the impression that
the letters of Paul were the literary pioneers of Christianity — as though, like
Coleridge's mariners, they were — "The first that ever burst Into that silent sea.
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