A Critical History Of Christian Literature And Doctrine, From The Death Of The Apostles To The Nicene Council by James DonaldsonA Critical History Of Christian Literature And Doctrine, From The Death Of The Apostles To The Nicene Council by James Donaldson

A Critical History Of Christian Literature And Doctrine, From The Death Of The Apostles To The…

byJames Donaldson

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated.1866 Excerpt: ... Theophilus gives no hint to us of his interpretation of Judaism. He mentions that God was their lawgiver. He says, "Of this Divine law Moses, the servant of God, was the minister to the whole world, but most completely to the Hebrews who were also called Jews/' He also notices that of "this law which is great and wonderful for all righteousness there are ten heads, which we have mentioned above." In the enumeration of the commandments, however, he does not divide them into separate commandments, he omits mention of the Sabbath and of taking God's name in vain, and he introduces several verses from Exodus xxiii.2 In chapters Ii and 12 of Book iii. he shows that the gospels agreed with the law in all their requirements. VI. LITERATURE. Manuscripts.--There are three manuscripts of Theophilus to Autolycus. i. Codex Venetus Grsecus CCCCXCVL, preserved at Venice, the best of all, written in the eleventh century, according to Otto; 2. Codex Bodleianus Grsec. Miscell. XXV., in the Bodleian Library, written about the middle of the fifteenth century; 3. Codex Parisinus DCCCLXXXVIL, in the Royal Library in Paris, written in 1540, contains only the third book. Editions.--The books of Theophilus to Autolycus were first printed in a collection of various pieces at Zurich, 1546, edited by Joannes Frisius, then in the Orthodoxographa of Joannes Heroldus, in Morell's edition of Justin, and in various of the great libraries. It was edited by Fell, Oxford, 1684, iamo. A very good edition was brought out by Io. Christoph. Wolfius, at Hamburg, 1724, 8vo., which moreover contained many dissertations by various writers. Then came the edition of Maranus in 1742. In 1852 appeared an edition by William Gilson Humphry, S.T.B., Cambridge, 8vo. By far the best edition is that of Otto, ...
Title:A Critical History Of Christian Literature And Doctrine, From The Death Of The Apostles To The…Format:PaperbackDimensions:104 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.22 inPublished:February 8, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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