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The historical rather than the dogmatic character of Christianity , its transmission
at least to us in an historical form , is becoming more and more evident . If this be
so , how are we to make it yield its voice to the human conscience and to human
Just as the mind which comes to the New Testament has grown historical , it has
become more historical to the mind , i . e . the mind has been able to discover a
more historical character in the literature . - A . M . Fairbairn . Criticism is part of ...
In this aspect “ historical ” becomes practically equivalent to “ chronological , ”
when that term is taken in a literary sense ; so that a “ historical ” order amounts to
the same thing as the successive and natural order of the writings , when these ...
... comparative analysis , and historical appreciation , by the exercise of which the
relevant literary expression and evidence 2 become transformed into an
uncoloured window looking out directly upon the actual field and horizon of the
Tendency - criticism has become a detected idol . ... is moved by its atmosphere ,
while the period in its turn is set off and indicated by the contemporary writing — “
Like as the wind doth beautify a sail , And as a sail becomes the unseen wind .
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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