This volume identifies and investigates literary traditions and their implications for the authorship and dating of the Gospels and the letters of the New Testament. Ellis argues that the Gospels and the letters are products of the corporate authorship of four allied apostolic missions and not the creation of individual authors.14 Cf.Jn. 2:6; 7:22, 37f., 51; 8:2; 10:22f.; 11:9, 55; 18:28; Hengel (note 5), 111, 210 = GT: 279ff. 15 Jn 18:15. Eusebius (HE 5, 24, 2f.) cites Polycrates (c. AD 126-200) , bishop of Ephesus: a#39;John, who reclined on the Lorda#39;s breast, . . .was a priestanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Making of the New Testament Documents|
|Author||:||Edward Earle Ellis|
|Publisher||:||BRILL - 2002|