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A Reply To Dr Lightfoot Essays

Auhtor: Walter Cassels

Language: english

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Review by Daniel G. Lebryk, November 2009


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Excerpts from the Book 'A Reply To Dr Lightfoot Essays':

... at least may be possible, however little we may agree on other points. It was natural that Dr. Lightfoot should not be averse to preserving the more ...
... In vol. ii. p. 420, after again mentioning the rejection of the passage, I proceed to state my own personal belief that the words must have Originally ...
... omit to point out that I merely mention the anti-Pauline interpretation incidentally in a single sentence, [23:2] and after a few words as to the source ...
... intimidation I do not give references, and he gives me the lie. I refer to the article of Delitzsch in support of my specific statement that he rejects ...
... Lightfoot is too able and too earnest a man not to recognise that no occasional errors or faults in a writer can really affect the validity of his argument, ...
... what is the position. We are not entitled to infer that there were no quotations from the Gospels in the works of Hegesippus, Papias, and Dionysius of ...
... this a writer is bound to be accurate, for if he be liberal of such accusations and it can be shown that his charges are unfounded, they recoil with double ...
... or less definite. Dr. Lightfoot then continues: Of the rest a considerable number, as, for instance, Lardner, Beausobre, Schroeckh, Griesbach, Kestner, ...
... contend that, reduced to its simplest form, the argument for that special number rests mainly, if not altogether, upon their mention by Eusebius. The ...
... | des sanftm?thigen Trajans, sondern | zu Antiochia selbst, in Folge eines | am dreizehnten December 115 | eingetretenen Erdbebens, als Opfer | eines ...
... to suppose that soldiers such as the ten leopards described in the Epistles would allow a prisoner, condemned to wild beasts for essing Christianity, ...
... Epistle of Polycarp, and the earlier date to be assigned to it, it might have been expected that Dr. Lightfoot would have proceeded to show what bearing ...
... and need not here be repeated. I will confine myself to some points of Dr. Lightfoot's reply. He seems not to reject the suggestion with so much ...
... to go through the eye ([Greek: trumalias]) of a needle than for a rich man to enter into the kingdom of God.' This of course would be claimed as a quotation ...
... more than merely show that they were accepted in his time. This may seem a good deal when we consider how very few of his contemporaries do as much, ...
... the opening words, and it does not tally with the recently discovered works. I need not further discuss here the statement of Epiphanius that ...
... performed, and it altogether failed to convince the people to whom the Revelation was primarily addressed. The selection of such evidence for such a purpose ...
... not constrain us, society may safely be left to see morals sufficiently observed. It is true that, notwithstanding its fluctuating rules, morality has ...
... p. 263 f. I have introduced numbers for facility of reference. [60:1] Dr. Lightfoot says in this volume: The reading 'most' is explained in ...
... of Polycarp, 21 on Tatian's Diatessaron, 150 Dorner, 4 Dressel, 79. Ebrard, 7 Elias of Salamia, his Diatessaron, 147 f. he finds fault with Canons ...