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Thus to pass behind the veil of antiquity is the only method of rising to a genuine
appreciation of the mind of Christ , or of attaining a clear vision of the perfect
religion which it enshrines . — Martineau . Chaque livre de la Bible , appelé à
with each other , since the impression often left upon most people ' s minds by the
average NT Introduction is that the literature in question lies unrelated and
accidental , resembling either A lonely mountain tarn , Unvisited by any streams ,
or a ...
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 ...
This again did not necessarily involve any deliberate looseness in reporting facts
of history ; but it seems to have fostered methods of adapting or creating 1
narrative , according to the LOW predominating tendency of the Oriental mind to
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 .
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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