To the Gospels, and Zahn's Gesch.
Zahn's reasoned argument stands in contrast to the blind reliance on tradition shown by Macdonald, The Symbol of the Apostles, and the fanciful reconstruction of the primitive creed by Baeumer, Harnack or Seeberg.
But Ignatius might seem to offer in the following passage some confirmation of Zahn's theory of a primitive creed of Antioch (Troll.
He omits, however, to mention this, which is Zahn's strongest argument, II.
Zahn's series is monumental in its way, and his Grundriss is very handy and full of closely packed and (in statements of facts) trustworthy matter.
See, on the external evidence in general, Zahn's Geschichte der neutest.
Zahn's article in Hauck's Realencyklopeidie.
Weiss (in Meyer's Commentar, 7th ed., 1902; full and exact), Wohlenberg (in Zahn's Commentar, 1906), and J.
Brief English notes are furnished by Horton (Century Bible, 1901, from Zahn's standpoint) and J.
Seeberg in Zahn's Forschungen, V.
Zahn's excursus and Prof. Lake in Expositor, March 1906, p. 236 f.) throws a slight doubt on the interpretation of ii.
And Zahn's Geschichte d.
Zahn's Geschichte des N.T.