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upon the whole the significance of a NT writing is never reduced — now and then
it is immensely heightened by juxtaposition with its antecedents and context ,
even in the outlying history and literature which are lightly named “ pagan ” and ...
Passages within brackets denote either displaced sections or interpolations
belonging to a date subsequent to that of the writing as a whole . Single brackets
imply that there is no MS evidence for the interpolation , while double brackets
In some cases a NT writing is almost exactly contemporaneous with the period of
which it treats : the epistle to the ... and rearranging them in chronological order ,
as written , beginning the book with Romans , following on with the early ...
But it is quite another thing to ascertain the mental and social latitudes in which
an author seems to have written , to use ... Between a writing of the NT and the
period at which it was finally composed there exists a more or less direct ...
Histories can only be written from materials gathered close to the period and
subject , but they cannot be written until after the lapse of years , during which the
past has come to be seen in its true bearings and intelligently construed .
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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