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the " Ephesians ” : note and text . 225 f . , , Philippians : text . 237 f . The epistle of
Peter ( I . ) : note and text . 242 f . The synoptic gospels : general note Mark ( 1 –
168 ) : text . 275 f . Matthew : text . 300 f . The epistle to " the Hebrews ” : note and
The term " epistle , ” however , is as inadequate to express the contents of
writings like Romans and Ephesians , as is “ satire ” when applied to the poems
of Lucilius or Juvenal . 1 On the desire for instruction , at a later epoch , cp . Polyk
. ad ...
In the order adopted in the present edition , were Ephesians and 1 Peter put ( say
) ten or twenty years later , Acts brought down nearer to the opening of the
second century than I have been able at present to place it , and Matthew ( Luke
? ) ...
... this theory is drawn from the 1 The curious opinion , prevalent especially in the
Eastern Church , that Gal . was composed during Paul ' s imprisonment ( at Rome
) was probably due to the canonical position of the epistle close to Ephesians .
841 ) , besides those who , with Holtzmann , 1 reject both Colossians and
Ephesians . Still , neither the internal evidence , which may be drawn from the
character and prospects of the epistle , nor the evidence sought in its relation to
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