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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One hopes thus to be able to take a line of one's own, without producing an unfair
impression or incurring censures like that once passed by Bacon upon tradition
and knowledge " which is for the most part magistral and peremptory, and not ...
Possessing some canonical authority even by the time of John's death, it was
very slightly modified by the synoptic tradition (e.g. 213'-, 449"54). But, in the
hands of John the presbyter, certain of its Logia were developed into Christian ...
The conception of Jesus in the gospels represents not only the historical likeness
so far as its traits were preserved in the primitive evangelic tradition, but also the
religious interests of the age in which and for which these narratives were ...
Tradition was the main channel through which this force came to be transmitted.
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
Even those who had received the tradition of the historical Jesus, Kara tropica,
from his personal companions, found that his life in subsequent years opened out
for them (Jo 1216 1426 161S); it "Orbed into the perfect star They knew not, when
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