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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189), taking Mark as the translation of an Aramaic original, regards tfxi in l1 &s a
mistranslation of the Aramaic " before," and the reference to prophecy as
intensive additions made by the translator. Whether linyy. is equivalent to the
137-140) ingeniously proposes to regard 10a as a verse displaced from its
original position preceding 8U, conjecturing further that between 7K and (10w)
81J Christ had retired from Galilee at the close of the feast, and thereafter (Lk g'
This conclusion in regard to chap. 21 seems generally favoured by Mr. F. C.
Burkitt (Two Lectt., pp. 54-72), who also, I am glad to notice, enters a much
needed protest against the crude depreciation, too common in this country, of
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 ...
And this, not exclusively in the primitive Jerusalem or Palestinian circles. The
claims of realism and the historical Jesus were evidently felt even by some who
were in sympathy with the .main positions of Paulinism.1 It is natural to regard
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