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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Christ's words were a law, his service and reign a life. The disciples, realising
more freshly and fully than ever as the years passed, the contents of their original
faith in him, turned ultimately back to reflect with increasing solicitude upon the ...
The reigns of the last Asmoneans, and that of Herod, saw the excitement grow
still stronger. They were filled by an uninterrupted series of religious movements.
Just as power became secularised, and passed into the hands of unbelievers,
... date of the famine in Claudius' reign, his interference with the Roman Jews, the
period of Gallio's proconsulship in Achaia, the precise date of Felix's departure
and Festus' arrival in Judaea; and finally the limits of the Neronic persecution.
13, 17), where on other grounds critics have suspected an original apocalyptic
piece belonging to Caligula's reign.1 But the conception of an enemy of God and
his manifestation is really a dogmatic postulate 2 taken over from the OT (Schiirer
If a later date than the usual one has to be taken, certainly the close of the
seventh decade is infinitely more probable than one in Trajan's reign, when the
background of the writing would consist of antinomian Gnostic controversies. The
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