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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note and text The synoptic gospels : general note Mark (1-168) : text Matthew :
text . ... Acts of the Apostles : note and text The apocalypse of John : note and text
The fourth gospel (1-20) : note and text an appendix (21) : text The epistles of ...
... who posits a Hebrew original behind portions of the synoptic gospels, and
apparently by Halevy (" L'e'vangile de Marc ... the suggestion that Mark
represents the earliest Greek gospel for the Gentiles, being a Greek edition and
translation of ...
Indeed, taking the word in a fair although somewhat loose sense, we may argue
that all the epistles, as well as the sources which underlie the synoptic gospels
and the Acts, are " contemporary." 1 In this respect they compare not
In the criticism of these books — more especially of the synoptic gospels — the
real problem is raised. Each falls to be read in its own character and
circumstances ; and the consequence is that as books they have all to be placed
far down the ...
Whatever may have been the steps, however, in the process of this literary
evolution whose results lie before us in the synoptic gospels, the point is that its
motives and surroundings differed seriously from those which would have
belonged to ...
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