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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... who lives and reigns ; that it enables us to hear God speak to us his comforts,
promises, commands ; and that it affords to the experience of trust and penitence
a means of fellowship with God the PREFACE TO THE SECOND EDITION xxvii.
Infinitesimal, that is to say, when one speaks comparatively. For the amount of
such a contemporary legitimate influence, even if it be small, is real ; 1 and the
demand for an estimate of it is compatible with a desire to do the fullest justice to
That a book like Acts, for example, was probably composed under the Flavian
regime, is a fact that speaks volumes.1 What a satisfactory criticism should
attempt to do, is to fairly analyse the meaning of such a fact, to infer from it some
of the ...
To speak without figure, it is risky to base judgments of development and maturity
upon arguments which are mainly drawn from chronological appearances.
Affinities of thought and feeling do not necessarily accompany chronological ...
Strictly speaking, the opinion that the New Testament in its wholo extent contains
a uniquo literature is not tenable. — Harnack. Die neutestamentlichen Schriften
kommen nicht als kanonische, sondern einfach als urchristliche Schriften in ...
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