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... ( though trustworthiness does not necessarily increase as the gap between fact
and writing diminishes ) , 1 In a note to chap . iii . book iv . of his History of the
Conquest of Peru , Prescott incidentally defines " contemporary ” evidence .
158 – 224 , and his St . Thomas of Canterbury ( 1898 ) ; also Mackintosh ' s
Natural History of Christian Religion ( 1894 ) , chaps . xi - xiii , and Réville ' s ,
chapter ii . pp . 61 - 85 . More conservative statements upon the miraculous
elements in ...
predominating tendency of the Oriental mind to cast argument and counsel in the
form of stories . The extent , nature , and limits of this feature belong to the inner
criticism of the gospels ( see Carpenter ' s First Three Gospels , chaps . v . , vi .
... time of their composition . From and for the church of the second generation
they were compiled . In this factor of contemporary and practical reference , partly
deliberate. 1 Vide , for example , Holtzmann , Die Synoptischen Evglien . chap . v
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 ...
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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