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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The whole argument from such parallels and affinities in regard to the filiation of
early Christian literature is one of several problems that still await discriminating
treatment. Hitherto its use has been mainly characterised by arbitrariness and ...
... instances of this principle offered by OT criticism. To take an extreme case, the
books of Chronicles are significant, not merely for the period of the monarchy, but
also and especially as witnesses to certain ideas and feelings in regard to the ...
Certainly the primary question in regard to early Christianity is not what the early
Christians believed about Jesus, but what Jesus himself believed. His faith, not
faith in him, forms the spring of his religion as a historical force (Meyer, Die ...
By this means it is enabled to work back to some keener insight into the period
itself, while at the same time it becomes competent to estimate with finer accuracy
the varying value of the evidence which the writing in question offers with regard
195 £ ' Especially in the fourth gospel, it is not easy to determine always where
the record ends and the interpretation begins, either in regard to the sayings or to
the events. For the latter, cp. a significant concession from the conservative side ...
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