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The synoptic gospels : general note Mark ( 1 – 168 ) : text . 275 f . Matthew : text .
300 f . The epistle to " the Hebrews ” : note and text 344 f . Luke : text . 367 f . Acts
of the Apostles : note and text 412 f . The apocalypse of John : note and text .
is said to have taken place in the Lycus valley during the seventh decade , it is
deduced by many scholars that Colossians and the Apocalypse ( 2 - 3 ) must
have been written either just before or long after that catastrophe , as it would
Three unities or groups of writings — the “ gospels , ” the “ epistles of Paul ” with
or without Hebrews , and the “ catholic epistles ” — were massed together ,
closed by the Apocalypse . Roughly speaking , this may be described as the
Among the groups themselves , the Pauline epistles and the “ catholic ” change
places between Acts and the Apocalypse , while the last - named may be said
almost invariably to close the NT canon , 2 a position Gregory ' s “ Prolegomena
Luther , followed by Tyndale , placed Hebrews , James , Judas , and the
Apocalypse disapprovingly at the end of the N . T . after “ the true and certain
capital books . " ? Sicut post legem prophetae , et post prophetas hagiographi ,
ita post ...
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Can the whole be less than the sum of its parts? Both the virtues and the defects of James Moffatt's translation of the Bible are well-known: It is clear, forceful, and fluid. But it is also rather ... Leer comentario completo