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From the historical standpoint , Luther ' s touchstone for an apostolic writing ,
namely , “ Does it preach and urge Christ ? ” hits off more accurately than many
pseudo - literary standards the essential characteristics of the literature ; for that ...
It is the speech of the preacher before an assembled church ” ( Zahn , Eint . ii . pp
. 467 , 476 ) . ' " 2 On the priority of the moral and religious interests to the
historical , Jowett has some sensible remarks : Plato , vol . iii . pp . Xxxvii - xxxviii .
24 ) , preached formerly to Hebrews : “ When he was about to go to others as well
, he committed to writing his gospel ( το κατ ' αυτόν củayyércov ) , and thus , by
his writing , filled up the want which his absence made among those he left ...
He notices kai Zucket Toũ củaYrYeNoo ( 835 1029 ) , 227 838 91 10301 1314
1458 , and particularly 941 ( óti Xplotoû łoté ) ; sayings in all of which we hear the
voice of the RUT apostolic preacher or church , the echo of the. 1 Even the ...
RUT apostolic preacher or church , the echo of the years that followed Christ ' s
death , not the very voice of Jesus . ... than to the free reproduction of Christ ' s
words in the apostolic preaching upon which the author drew , although he must
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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