Critical and Exegetical Handbook to the Gospels of Mark and Luke Volume 1

Critical and Exegetical Handbook to the Gospels of Mark and Luke Volume 1

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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. 1880 edition. Excerpt: ...explanatory amplification: inrb Tov irarpo fiov.--Ver. 41. fipavTo Jesus, namely, at once appeased their indignation.--Ver. 42. ol So/covpres ap%eiv peculiar to Mark and original, denoting the essential basis of the Gentile rule, --the having the repute of rulers, --not equivalent to ol apxovres (Gataker, Eaphel, Homberg, Kypke, Rosenmuller, and many more), but: "qui censentur imperare, i.e. quos gentes habent et agnoscunt, quorum imperio pareant" (Beza, comp. Casaubon and Grotius). Comp. Gal. ii. 9; Winer, p. 540 E. T. 766; M oiler, neue Ansichten, p. 158 ff., who, however, as Fritfsche also, explains: who imagine themselves to rule, which in itself (as rmv idv&v refers to the Gentiles, whose rulers were no shadow-kings) and in respect of the context (which requires the general idea of rulers) is unsuitable. Compare, moreover, the close echo of the passage before us in Luke xxii. 25 from tradition.--Ver. 43. The reading e'ort'i- is as little inappropriate (in opposition to rritzsche) as Matt. xx. 26.--Ver. 45. icai yap for even. As the master, so the disciples, Eom. xv. 3. Vv. 46-52. See on Matt. xx. 29-34. Comp. Luke xviii. 35--43. Matthew has abridged the narrative, and, following a later tradition (comp. on Matt. viii. 28), doubled the persons. Only Mark has the name of the blind man, which is not interpolated (Wilke), and certainly is from trustworthy tradition.--BapTifxaios The patronymic 'XOtp "Q, as was often the case (comp. Bap6oop.a, loi, Bapnjaoik, Bapo-af3ai), had become altogether a proper name, so that Mark even expressly prefixes to it b v/o? Ti/iaiov, which, however, may be accounted for by the fact of Timaeus being well known, possibly as having become a Christian of note.--Tvpbs vpoaainisi (see the critical...
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  • Paperback | 136 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 7mm | 254g
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • Abridged
  • Abridged edition
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1236650182
  • 9781236650184