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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7 Instances from OT . . . . . . 8 f. Bearing of this upon the apostolic age and our
knowledge of Jesus 9 Every narrative contains a standpoint as well as a subject
— "the contemporary equation " .... 9 Any period and its literature mutually ...
... a vogue not merely in oratory but in the philosophical compositions of the
period (Norden, Die Antike Kunstprosa, 1898, Anhang I., " Ueber die Geschichte
des Reims"; and Wendland, Beitrdge zur Geschichte der Griechischen
contains, to changes in the social and inward situation of things between that
period and the date of the book's composition, along with (c) the contemporary
reference of the writing — always indirect but often of supreme value — which
These requirements now fall to be successively discussed.1 In common with any
other period, the apostolic age calls into play that faculty of sympathetic judgment
, comparative analysis, and historical appreciation, by the exercise of which the ...
In fact, judged by ordinary standards, the bulk of the NT literature affords a fairly
direct and clear witness to its period. Still, even here, with so remarkable a
measure of historic credibility (though trustworthiness does not necessarily
increase as ...
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