By Louis Gordon (1862-1942) Rylands
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THE OPENING ADDRESS 23 On the traditional view buried in an impenetrable cloud. these facts are inexplicable but they are easy to understand if the Roman Church was originally a Jewish Messianic Synagogue, and had been in existence for a considerable time before we first hear of it. D. does not exist; and On both of they are first heard of among the Gnostics. these grounds it may be asserted that they were not in the possession of the Roman Messianic Church much before the " it is well above-mentioned date.
2 1 Recognitions, vi, 29. \T)6etas, a Gnostic phrase. THE TWO WRITERS OF CHAPTERS I TO VIII 29 but Jews themselves, and it is not necessarily his own he does recognize that the law has some ethical value. And he declares that eternal life shall be the reward of every man who by patience in well-doing seeks for glory and honour and incorruption (ii, 7). Surely it must be obvious to any unprejudiced mind that the same writer cannot immediately have gone on to assert that salvation can be secured only by faith in the redeeming blood of Jesus.
The style of the composition from It is a fairly to the end of chapter ii is the same. i, 16 in it easy, flowing style, without any striking peculiarities. The reasoning, dignity, but is not impassioned. But in chapter close, is clear and not encumbered. It has though iii the naturally appears even more style notably The flowing so in the Greek than in the English translation. is of composition replaced abrupt, stabbing, style suddenly by or closely packed short phrases, often in the form of question and answer or a series of questions interspersed with which long involved sentences are occasionally met with.