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John : text . . 539 f . 11 . John : text . 546 f . III . John : text . 548 f . An evangelic
fragment [ Mk 169 - 20 ] : note and text 550 f . The " pastoral ” epistles : general
note 556 f . 11 . Timotheus : text . . 564 f . Titus : text : . . 568 f . 1 . Timotheus : text .
... an unknown public comprising practically the whole of Christendom . It is
certainly nearer a religious treatise than a letter ; but the epistles preserved in
Apoc . 2 - 3 , to say nothing of Heb 137 - end and 2 - 3 John , demand a closer
the general rivalry ? with Judaism upon the score of authority and prestige ; the
relation of Christianity to John the baptizer and his followers ( 19 f . 322 f . , etc . )
— a practical problem 3 which had already agitated the church ( e . g . Ac 191 ...
Matthew and John 1 are occasionally put first , as their authors were considered
to be personal disciples or apostles of Jesus . The connection of Mark and Luke
with the historical Christ was secondary ; they were merely apostolic men , and
John Hyrcanus , 135 – 105 . The Gracchi , 164 - 121 . Servile War in Sicily , 134 -
132 . Sempronian laws , 133 - 123 . Death of Scipio , 129 . Transalpine wars .
Pharisees . Sadducees . League with Rome , 128 . Subjugation of Idumaea and ...
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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