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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The whole passage might have been included among those of which Jttlicher (
Einl. 350) remarks that in such sections of the NT (Ac 5, 9, 12, 16SM') more than
elsewhere " treten die sagenhaften Elemente kraftiger hervor." Page 676.
Ji) reconstructs the whole gospel afresh on the conjectural basis of Tatian's
arrangement, attributing all these displacements to editorial composition, not to
textual transmission. Page 693. — The transposition in chap. 18 suggested by
The significance and connection of the writings cannot be fully grasped until
these are approached with some adequate idea of the whole Christian
movement during the first and second centuries. From the historical standpoint,
(fxovrjs Kai nevoiai]<;1) is characteristic of Christianity in the first century as a
whole. Men felt nearer to the central facts of the faith as they listened to the
teaching and reminiscences of the older disciples, than through the medium of
any record ...
The utmost that can be reasonably expected is to catch and preserve some
sense of development upon the whole, and in its more prominent stages. But the
method seems to be the one available mode of rendering the history of early ...
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