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In troduction to the Study of the New Testament , by */ . G . Eichhorny in 3 vols . 8 vo . ( Concluded from p . 283 . ) Contents of Vol . III . pp . 656 , or , with three Indices , pp . 844 .
VII . Of the Epistles of the Apostle Paul . Accounts of Paul . —The same reviewed in chronological order . ^ l . Of each of the Epistles ascribed to the Apostle Paul in particular . 1 . First Epistle to the
Thessalo-. 2 . Second Epistle to the Thessalo mans . 3 . Epistle to the Galatians . 4 . First Epistle to the Corinthians . 5 . Second Epistle to the Corinthi
ans . 6 . Epistle to the Romans . 7 . Epistle to the Ephesians . 8 . Epistle to the Colossians . 9 . Epistle to Philemon . 10 . Epistle to the Philippians . 11 . 12 , 13 . The three pastoral ad
dresses to Timothy and Titus—undoubtedly the production of one and the same writer—but hardly of Paul . — Arguments adduced against his being the author of the First Epistle to Timothy—and of the Second—and of
that to Titus . —Of the probable causes which swayed the church in attributing these pastoral letters to the Apostle Paul . —Of the object and probable origin of the Epistle , 1 , to Titus—2 , to Timothy ( First )—3 , to Timothy ( Second ) .
14 . Epistle to the Hebrews—probable motive for its being written—its subject—plan and execution—^ merits of its style . —The author , a Christian Jew of the Alexandrian school— -but neither Paul—nor Luke—nor Barnabas —nor Clemens of Rome . —It is
uncertain whether Apollos or any other unknown father was the writer of it . — The first readers of the Epistle to the Hebrews were not Hebrews resident in Palestine—or Hebrews residing in Macedonia and Thessalonia—oV Hebrews settled in Asia Minor—neither
were they Hebrews living in any unknown country . — -It was originally written in Greek . —Of its age and canonical authority . B . Of the Epistles ascribed to the Apostle Paul in general . The collections extant of the Epis-
tles of Paul are of various dimensions —comprising both genuine and spurious writings . —Of the order in which they appear—their superscription and the places from whence they were dated , &c . —Fate of the text of the Epistles of Paul . VIII . Of the Catholic Epistles .
Remarks on the appellation attached to this collection . —The catholic Epistles came into circulation at a late period , and were but sparingly used . 1 . James .- —Of the individual bearing the name as author of this Epistle—its contents—reference made in it to the
doctrine of Paul respecting Faithwho were its first readers , and in what period of time it was written—its authenticity and ecclesiastical authority . 2 . Peter , —Sketch of the life of
Peter . —First Epistle of Peter—its contents . —The writer was a disciple of the Apostle Paul—perhaps Mark . —Of the place and time where and when it was written—and to whom addressed . — Canonical authority of the First Epistle of Peter .
3 . Second Epistle of Peter—' its contents—its discovery and admission amongst the canonical Scriptures only of a late date . The author of this Epistle was not Peter—neither was it written by Simon , Bishop of Jerusalem . —Of its age and the parties to whom it was addressed . —Of the use made in
it of the Epistle of Jude . 4 . Jude . —Uncertainty respecting the real author of the Epistle under this name—its contents—character and authority—its age and original readers . End of Contents of the last Volume .
Sir , June 4 , 1821 . AMONG the illustrious 2000 who have given historical importance , in this country , to Bartholomew Dayy there were , no doubt , many in whom the meekness of wisdom was conspicuous . I have , however , met with one
who , judging by what I shall presently quote from him , was a Presbyterian priest , as proud as any prelate , if pride l > e discovered by the pharisaic propensity to despise others . I refer to Thomas Doolittle , the first preacher " in Mugwell ( now Monkwell ) Street . " In " an humble address" to his "
Reverend Brethren , " prefixed to his " Plain Method of Catechising , " this c * least amongst the brethren" thus
Summary of Etchhorns Introduction to the New Testament . 335
Monthly Repository (1806-1838) and Unitarian Chronicle (1832-1833), June 2, 1821, page 335, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/mruc/issues/vm2-ncseproduct2501/page/11/