The Last Days Of The Saviour; Or, History Of The Lord's Passion by Hermann OlshausenThe Last Days Of The Saviour; Or, History Of The Lord's Passion by Hermann Olshausen

The Last Days Of The Saviour; Or, History Of The Lord's Passion

byHermann Olshausen

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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. 1839. Excerpt: ... LAST DAYS OF THE SAVIOUR. PART FIRST. ON THE SUFFERINGS AND DEATH OF JESUS CHRIST. (Matt. xxvi.,xxvii.; Mark xiv., xv.; Lukexxii.,xxiii.; John xviii., xix.) Before proceeding to the explanation of particulars, we give, in few words, a general view of the four Gospels, in regard to the order of events, in the portion of history we are considering. While John, as early as the thirteenth chapter, describes the Saviour's last supper with his disciples, (a description, which, together with the accompanying sayings of our Lord, reaches to chap. xvii. 9,) Mark comes much later to the description. It may hence seem, as if the joint consideration of all four Gospels, in this section of Evangelical history, must have great difficulties. But upon a sufficient consideration, these difficulties appear far less than would be supposed. Except an account of the anointing by Mary at Bethany, which has already been considered in the exposition of John, the three Synoptical Evangelists give no fact, which is to be placed before the last supper; only in two short remarks, that are couched in general terms, the particulars of which have their explanation elsewhere, they spealt of the wicked plotting of the Pharisees and the treachery of Judas. Hence the matter stands in such a way, that we have only two distinct accounts of the last supper of Jesus with his disciples; one by John; the second by the other Evangelists. The continued parallel narration of all four Evangelists, begins at Johnxviii. 1, where the capture of our Lord is related. In the history of the last supper, John is the most explicit narrator, since he communicates in connexion all the sublime sayings, which our Lord uttered at the end of the meal to his disciples. But the case seems entirely reversed, in rega...
Title:The Last Days Of The Saviour; Or, History Of The Lord's PassionFormat:PaperbackDimensions:40 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.08 inPublished:January 19, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0217954464

ISBN - 13:9780217954464