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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Thus to pass behind the veil of antiquity is the only method of rising to a genuine
appreciation of the mind of Christ, or of attaining a clear vision of the perfect
religion which it enshrines. — Marti neau. Chaque livTe de la Bible, appelé à son
in Biblical literature is additionally severe, as three-fourths of his readers
instinctively compare his version, not with the original, but with an English classic
which has unrivalled associations of literary rhythm and of religious experience.
... Die Antike Kunstprosa, 1898, Anhang I., " Ueber die Geschichte des Reims";
and Wendland, Beitrdge zur Geschichte der Griechischen Philosophic u.
Religion, 1895), where, as in the older Hebrew literature, poetry never lay far
from what ...
... from the OT are printed throughout in italics, although it is rather difficult in
many cases to ascertain whether the use of OT language is due to direct
reminiscence, to indirect allusion, or merely to the current religious vocabulary of
It deals primarily with the literary sources and historical setting of the NT as a
religious growth, and although the basal ideas and conceptions of the faith
inevitably enter the discussion here and there, my volume is not in any sense an
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