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Definition of "middle term"
(7)I was puzzled about the usage that puzzled David Inglis, which is why I did some quick searches. Sanday (1976) and Burton (1904) both used the term, and gave
re Beduhne on Marcion
(3)I recognize that I was not giving any details, David. At this time in my studies, I don't feel qualified to critique the book. I am qualified to say that his
Was canonical Lk preceded by earlier versions?
(8)... David, It's clear to me that the first 'edition' of Luke did not include the birth narratives. I am equally sure that the existence of an earlier version
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Marcion's gospel - Summarizing my analysis
(12)Bruce, below you state; "1 Clement (96) knows of Ephesians, and Ephesians in turn knows of Acts." As I find the arguments for the late (i.e. 2C) dating of Acts
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