GNU Webster's 1913
- n. the twelve selected companions of Jesus; -- also called
“Reifmann attributes it to Isaiah da Trani, Zomber to the disciples of Rashi.”
“Keim admits that enthusiasm, nervousness, and mental excitement on the part of the disciples do not supply a rational explanation of the facts as related in the Gospels.”
“Sometimes they were codifications of received usages, observed and subsequently collected by the disciples of some famous monks, sometimes they were the authentic work of the saint whose name they bore; not to mention the mixed character of certain rules composed with the help of authentic writings, but first published without any intention of making them a rule properly so called.”
“Besides, as Morton Smith remarks, some of the disciples were clearly non-Jewish: Philip is a Greek name, for example34.”
“Levi, both having been the disciples of Eliezer the Great-was scrupulously pious, and absolutely bound by traditional usage.”
“(Zur Geschichte und Literatur, p. 73), it must have been composed at Narbonne about 1130-1140 by the disciples of Saadla (?).”
“This gives compleatly a gain de cause to the disciples of Ocellus, Timaeus, Spinosa, Diderot and D'Holbach.”
“And when the disciples saw Him walking on the sea, they were troubled, saying,‘It is a spirit’ Matthew 14:25-26.”
“Then the two Masters said to him (through the interpreters) that his lord was a very bold man, to dare to send such harsh language to the King; and they told him that were it not for love of the unbelievers; and similarly all Mahomet's disciples call all the disciples of Ali unbelievers.”
“Excellent pieces of work on particular questions were done by Martineau, W.G. Ward, and other writers, but nearly all the systematic treatises on psychology were produced by the disciples of the Sensationist or Materialistic schools.”
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