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The special advantage which is claimed for this principle of arrangement , is that
it preserves one of the vitally significant features in a NT writing , namely , its
witness to the period and situation at which it happened to be composed , and
Any document may be avowedly a witness to previous facts and feelings .
Unconsciously and as really , however , it carries now and then traces of its
immediate environment ; and it is with this latter , secondary , and indirect
relationship that ...
... literature affords a fairly direct and clear witness to its period . Still , even here ,
with so remarkable a measure of historic credibility ( though trustworthiness does
not necessarily increase as the gap between fact and writing diminishes ) , 1 In ...
... the very clear and accepted instances of this principle offered by OT criticism .
To take an extreme case , the books of Chronicles are significant , not merely for
the period of the monarchy , but also and especially as witnesses to certain ideas
Through the witness of the one we reach the presence of the other . Even with the
help of the vivid emotion and imagination current in the apostolic age , we see
the central figure as through a glass darkly ; but without that age and its ...
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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