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The formation of the new testament canon (a.d. 100-200)
The witness of the new testament to itself: the first collections
The principle of canonicity
The formation of the tetramorph, or fourfold gospel
The Pauline epistles
The remaining books
The idea of a new testament
The period of fixation (A.D. 367-405)
Subsequent history of the new testament canon
The new testament canon in our time
The criterion of inspiration
Canonicity of the gospel of St. Matthew
Authenticity of the first gospel
The language of the gospel
General character of the gospel
Quotation from the old testament
Analogy to the gospels of St. Mark and St. Luke
Plan and contents of the first Gospel
Jesus as Messias
Date and place of composition
Historic value of the first gospel
Regarding the Autenticity of the Gospel of St. Matthew
Authorship
State of text and integrity
Place and date of composition
Relation to Matthew and Luke
Authenticity of the gospel
Integrity of the gospel
Purpose and contents
Sources of the gospel; synoptic problem
Saint Luke’s accuracy
Lysanias tetrarch of Abilene
Who spoke the magniftcat?
The census of Quirinius
Saint Luke and Josephus
Regarding the autenticity of the Gospel of Luke
Critical questions concerning the text
Historical genuineness
Object and importance
Content
The origin of the church
Division of book
Object
Objections against the authenticity
Date of composition
Texts of the acts
Conclusion
Author and genuineness
Tradition as to canonicity
Analysis and contents of the epistle
Occasion and object
To whom addressed
Style
Time and place of composition
Recipients of the epistle; occasion and object
Analysis
Authenticity
Canonicity
Integrity
Author
Time and place
Argument
Second epistle
Third epistle
Jude in the books of the new testament
Tradition as to the genuineness and the canonicity of the epistle
Difficulties arising from the text
The relation of Jude to the second epistle of St. Peter
Vocabulary and style
Analysis of the epistle
Occasion and Object
To Whom Addressed
Preliminary questions
Apocryphal acts of St. Paul
Chronology
Physical and moral portrait of St. Paul
Paul and Christ
The root idea of St. Paul's theology
Humanity without christ
The person of the redeemer
The objective redemption as the work of Christ
The subjective redemption
Moral doctrine
Eschatology
The Roman church and St. Paul
Date and circumstances of composition
Historical importance
Theological contents: faith and works
Paul and James
Authenticity of the Epistles
Importance of the first epistle
Divisions of the First Epistle
Its teaching
Organization of the church at Corinth as exhibited in the two Epistles
The north and the south galatian theories
The kind of people addressed
Why written
Contents of the Epistle
Importance of the Epistle
Date of the epistle
Difficulties of Galatians
Special characteristics
Date and place of composition; occasion
Relation to other books of the New Testament
Difficulties arising from the form and doctrines
Tradition
Readers addressed
Second part
Authenticity of the epistle
Objections
Christology
Errors dealt with
Similarity to ephesians
Occasion
Sts. Timothy and Titus
Epistles to Timothy and Titus — authenticity
Objection from the absence of Pauline vocabulary
Objection from the use of particles
Objection from Hapax Legomena
Objection from style
Objection from the advanced state of church organization
Objection
Objection from the errors condemned
Miscellaneous objections
Doctrinal contents
Language and style
Distinctive characteristics
Readers to whom it was addressed
Importance
Arguments against its authenticity
The revelation compared with the fourth Gospel
Patmos
The seven churches
The book with the seven seals
The devine drama
Purpose of the book
Structure of the book and its literary composition
Interpretation
Jewish Revelations
Legendary Apocrypha of Jewish Origin
Apocryphal psalms and prayers
Jewish philosophy
Apocryphal gospels
Apocryphal gospels of Christian origin
Judaistic and Heretical Gospels
Pilate literature and other apocrypha concerning christ
Apocryphal acts of the apostles
Gnostic Acts of the Apostles
Christian Apocryphal Acts of the Apostles
Christian apocryphal revelations
Augustus
Pharisees
Sadducees
Cosmogony
Sophia-Myth
Soteriology
Doctrine of the primeval man
The Barbelo
Rites
The syrian school
The hellenistic or alexandrian school
The dualistic school
The antinomian school
Literature
Refutation of gnosticism
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The Bible - New Testament Books

The Bible - New Testament Books

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