(3) The phenomena might be explained solely on the basis of Judaism (von Soden, Peake).
Von Soden (1885), with well-considered principles of criticism, made a similar examination and found a much larger nucleus, and later still, (1893), in his commentary, reduced the non-Pauline material to a negligible minimum.
Von Soden (1893) T.
SODEN, a town and spa of Germany, in the Prussian province of Hesse-Nassau, pleasantly situated in the valley of the Sulzbach under the southern slope of the Taunus range, io m.
Soden lozenges (Sodener Pastillen), condensed from the waters, are also in great repute.
Soden has a large and well-appointed Kurhaus, an Evangelical and a Roman Catholic church, and a hospital for indigent patients.
See Haupt, Soden am Taunus (Wurzburg, 1902); and Kohler, Der Kurort Soden am Taunus and seine Umgebungen (Frankfort, 1873)
Against the genuineness have appeared Ewald, Renan, Hausrath, Hilgenfeld, Ritschl, Pfleiderer, Weizsacker, Holtzmann, von Soden, Schmiedel, von Dobschutz and many others.
Von Soden (in Hand-Commentar) (1891, 2nd ed.
8 Von Soden notes (History of Early Christian Literature, p. 114) that "it is as if we heard the ripple of the waves at the meeting of the two streams which have their source in Zion and the Parthenon."
Braune (in Lange's BibelWerk, 2nd ed., 1875), Von Soden (1890), K.
The known cursives amount to 229, according to von Soden (Die Schriften des Neuen Testamentes, I.
1894-1895) somewhat similar on a smaller scale is von Soden, History of Early Christian Literature (trans., 1906).
(2) To remedy these drawbacks an entirely new system was introduced in 1902 by von Soden in his Die Schriften des neuen Testaments, Bd.
Soden 31; an uncial MS. of the 4th century.
X, von Soden S 2; an uncial MS. of the 4th century.
D, von Soden S 5; an uncial Graeco-Latin MS. not later than the 6th century and prob.
A, von Soden 84; an uncial MS. of the 5th century.
C, von Soden S 3; an uncial palimpsest (the top writing being that of Ephraem) of the 5th century.
D P ", von Soden a 1026; an uncial Graeco-Latin MS. of the 6th century.
Emu', von Soden a 1027; cod.
F P ", von Soden a 1029; and cod.
G P ", von Soden a 1028.
L, von Soden e 56, containing the Gospels; cod.
E, von Soden a toot, a Latino-Greek MS. containing the Acts; cod.
H Pa °', von Soden a 1022, containing fragments of the Pauline epistles; and cod.
F Pa °', von Soden a 1029, a Graeco-Latin MS. closely related to cod.
Fresh collations of MSS., and especially fresh discoveries and investigations into the text of the versions and Fathers, have given much new information which entirely changed the character of the evidence for many readings, and rendered a new edition necessary (see Soden, H.
The new work in course of preparation by von Soden at Berlin, which promises to take the place of Tischendorf's edition, must certainly do this so far as Greek MSS.
Von Soden, Die Schriften des Neuen Testaments (i.
Soden, Urchristliche Literaturgeschichte, vol.
15, by von Soden; i.
In the south the declivities of the Taunus (2890 ft.) are marked by the occurrence of mineral springs, as at Ems on the Lahn, Nauheim; Homburg, Soden, Wiesbaden, &c., and by the vineyards which produce the best Rhine wines.
De Wette, Mangold, Reuss, Bruckner, Pfleiderer, von Soden,McGiffert, S.Davidson, Bourquin, Clemen and Jalicher) conclude that the pastorals were written in this order (2 Tim., Titus, i Tim.).
Holtzmann, pp. 92 seq., and Von Soden in Theologische Abhandlungen, 18 9 2, pp. 1 331 35) have suggested that Luke may have been the amanuensis (cf.
20 (so Eichhorn, Ewald, Schulz, Renan, Weiss, Lipsius, von Soden, &c.), while others do not begin it until ver.
Soden (1898), J.
Soden (Handcomm.) and A.
The Taunus is also famous for the number and efficacy of its mineral springs, which annually attract thousands of visitors to the celebrated spas of Wiesbaden, Homburg, Ems, Schlangenbad, Schwalbach, Soden and Nauheim, while the waters of Selters and other springs are exported in large quantity.