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The expositor's Greek Testament

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INTRODUCTION

1899; B. Weiss, Einleitung, 3rd edit., 1897; Jülicher, Einleitung, 1894; (3) Special Treatises: Hilgenfeld, Acta Apostolorum, Gra;ce et Latine, 1899; J. Weiss, Uber die Absicht und den literarischen Charakter der Apostelgeschichte, 1897 ; Bethge, Die Paulinischen Reden der Apostelgeschichte, 1887, a reverent and in many respects valuable treatment of the text and sources of St. Paul's addresses ; Bishop Williams of Connecticut, Studies in Acts, 1888; Gilbert, Student's Life of St. Paul, 1899: with appendix on Churches of Galatia; Luckock, Footprints of the Apostles as traced by St. Luhe in the Acts, 1897; (4) Early Church History : McGiffert, Apostolic Age; Hort, Ecclesia; Nösgen, Geschichte d. Neut. Offenbarung, ii., 1892 ; (5) Monographs on Special Foints : E. H. Askvvith, Epistle to the Galatians, 1899 (an enlargement of the Norrisian Prize Essay on The Locality of the Churches of Galatia); Vogel, Zur Charakteristik des Lukas nach Sprache und Stil, 1897 ; Nestle, Philologica Sacra (Bemerkungen über die Urgestalt der Evangelien und A.G.), 1896, and his Einführung in das Griechische N.T., 2nd edit., 1899, frequently referred to by Zahn and Dalman ; Blass, Philology of the Gospels, and Prcef. to Evangelium secundum Lucam, 1897 ; Klostermann, Probleme int Aposteltexte, 1883, and Vindicice Lucance, 1866; Hawkins, Horce Synopticce, pp. 140-158, on the Linguistic Relations between St. Luke's Gospel and Acts; Bousset, Der Text des N.T., 1898 (Theol. Rundschau, p. 405 ff.); B. Weiss, Der Codex D, 1897, dealing with the hypothesis of Dr. Blass; Harnack, Sitzungsberichte der königlich Preussischen Akad. der Wissenschaften zu Berlin, xi. and xvii., 1899; Curtius, " Paulus in Athen " (Gesammelte Abhandlungen, ii., pp. 528-543, 1894); see also Ramsay, various articles of great value in Hastings' B.D., i., ii., " Ephesus," "Galatia," "Corinth," etc., and Schmiedel, "Acts," in Ene. Bibl., 1899, which appeared too late for more than a few references here. Por literature connected with special points, and the text and sources of Acts, see above, pp. 8, 22, 41, and for grammatical questions and syntax see references in commentary to Simcox, Language of the N.T.; Blass, Grammatik des Neutestamentlichen Griechisch, 1896; Viteau, Le Grec du N.T., 1893 and 1896 ; and to the numbers of Winer-Schmiedel, Grammatik des Neutestamentlichen Sprachidioms, now in course of publication.1

' In the preparation of the textual criticism my best thanks are due to the «i.-fcl and valuable help of the Rev. Harold Smith, M.A., St. Jolin's College, Cambridge, sometime Lecturer in King's College, Londoo,