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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... of post-Pauline Christianity which exactly corresponded to the revival by which
Isaiah's ideas were carried forward to a central and dominant place in the
Deuteronomic phase, after the bitter reaction which followed the great prophet's
Like the majority of recent investigators, Schmiedel minimises party- tendency,
and is upon the whole conservative with regard to the creation of narrative out of
ideas, and prophetic beliefs (EBi, ii. 1844 f.). Needlessly suspicious, his treatment
Old Latin version, Montanist prophets African, -170. and martyrs. Soter, bish. B.
166-174. Aurel. in Asia, Egypt, Greece, 175-176. Tatian in Syria. War in Pannonia
, 170- 180. Eleutherus, bish. E. 174-189. Revolt of Cassius in Syria, 175-176.
It proceeds on the assumption that if Christianity is to be fitted for universal
acceptance, it must rely on something more than the mere testimony of eye-
witnesses, or the demonstrations of fulfilled prophecy — or even of such visions
as he ...
... wnich possessed the loyal heirs of the OT prophecies. Resemblances with
outer conditions might be traced, but the aptness of the prophecy's repetition
never depended altogether on its exact and detailed applicability to such
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