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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5 I. Significance of interval between the dates of a narrative's subject and of its
composition ..... 6 The meaning of a " contemporary " document ... 7 Instances
from OT . . . . . . 8 f. Bearing of this upon the apostolic age and our knowledge of
On the birth-narratives, see Barth (die Hauptprdbleme des Lebens Jem, pp. 250 f.
) and L. Conrady (die Quelle der kanon. Kindheitsgeschichte Jesus', 1900). The
latter, though partly following Itesch, bases them on haggadic tales such as ...
Bacon (INT, 224) puts Lk 1-2 subsequent to the Adoptionist heresy ; such
narratives as Lk 711-17, 23*-*1, 2438-43 " can scarcely be regarded as
untouched by legendary influence," though this took place previous to the final
editing by E, the ...
Just as the Matthean Logia were combined with the narrative of the Ur-Marcus to
form our canonical Matthew (or a first edition of it), so, he conjectures, the editor
of the fourth gospel must have reset a narrative-source (not including, however, ...
... science " (ZNW, 1900, p. 8). cellent instances. Indeed, taking the word in a fair
although 6 HISTORICAL NEW TESTAMENT Significance of interval between the
dates of a narrative's subject and of its composition ,, ,, Galatians : note and text.
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