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... sweep away a historical life , the circles of Judaism and Christianity were too
disciplined and sober to replace facts by 1 “ Can we conceive of an evangelist
stepping out 14 HISTORICAL NEW TESTAMENT.
4 The supernatural excitement of the first century seems to have made the rabbis
who lived towards its close extremely shy of miracles as a religious proof ( vide
Schechter ' s Studies in Judaism , p . 230 f . ) . 2 On the quick transformation of ...
So naïve a way of representing a religious experience was more than a popular
conception ; it formed an accepted category of thought in current Hellenistic and
Rabbinical Judaism , where , as in Philo ( Usener , Religionsgeschichte , i . p .
512 - 550 ; also M . Arnold ' s Literature and Dogma , chaps . v . , vi . ; Toy ,
Christianity and Judaism , chaps . ii . , iii . ; and Cone , Gospel Criticism , 1891 ,
pp . 291 - 336 ) . A partial illustration of the same process can be found in
Paradise Lost ...
As for Judaism , Mr . Schechter observes , it “ bowed before truth , but it never
made a covenant with facts only because they were facts . History had to be re -
made , and to sanctify itself before it found its way into the sacred annals ” (
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