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... 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 are considered as literary products
... to see an age of source - criticism , " says Preuschen , referring to NT research ,
“ which can only be compared to the morphological and biological investigations
of natural science ” ( ZNW , 1900 , p . 3 ) . i This obvious and practical interest ...
Had it not been for the experience of the church , the character of dreams , an
Eastern memory was naturally too tenacious , and , moreover , witnesses of the
life of Christ still lived * ( i . 78 ) . Réville ' s discussion is in the main quite fair and
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 ...
625 ) , were " to some extent really at work ” in shaping the miraculous narratives
: ( a ) the influence of similar OT stories which naturally prompted the disciples to
imitate them as they recorded the life and wonders of Jesus ; ( b ) the translation ...
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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