The epistle of Peter ( 11 . ) : note and text . . · 596 f . · · · · · · · · · · · · · APPENDIX : "
On the hypotheses of interpolation , compilation , and pseudonymity , in relation
to the NT literature ” . . . 603 f . ADDENDA ADDENDA . . . . . . . PAGE CONTENTS.
It embraces the origin of the “ doublets ” — one incident existing in two slightly
different forms , and finally shaped into two separate events — the phenomena
upon which the mythical hypothesis rests , and also the three verce cause which ,
Such employment of surmise and hypothesis puts the literary problems on
conjectural ground ; it forbids. 1 “ How to read the New Testament , ” Essays and
Addresses ( 1891 ) , p . 159 . Cp . Rainy , The Bible and Criticism , pp . 14 - 23 .
Neither the length nor the contents of the period 60 - 64 ( 64 – 67 ) are at all
sufficient to meet the demands made by this hypothesis of senility . It is
unnecessary and unworthy . The apostle disappears from the NT with a message
of strenuous ...
The stress of the argument lies on the supposed increase of controversy with the
Judaisers in Galatians as compared with Romans , for which on this hypothesis
— the events at Antioch are required as the preliminary cause . But the greater ...
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