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;Siemens Schuckert D III&IV [Aircraft Profile 086] КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Название:Siemens Schuckert D III&IV Автор: Peter L. grey Серия: airplane Profile 086 Издательство: Profile courses Ltd Год издания: 1966 Страниц:12 Формат: PDF в rarЯзык: английский Размер: 4.42 Мб Для сайта: Мир книгНемецкая компания Siemens Schuckert в ходе Первой мировой войны произвела ряд истребителей. Первым был почти полной копией французского Ньюпор-17, затем были выпущеныDII,DIII,DIV. DIV был одним из лучших истребителей Первой мировой, но, выпущенный практически в ее конце, не мог существенно повлиять на ход боевых действий ifolder.ru.com zero
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Ernest Renan recollections are, like everything else, transformable; the ideal of a person we have known changes as we change. Regarding Jesus as the incarnation of truth, John has succeeded in attributing to him that which he had come to accept as the truth. xlv It is nevertheless much more probable that John himself had no part in them, that the change was made around him rather than by him, and doubtless after his death. The long age of the apostle may have terminated in such a state of feebleness that he was in a measure at the mercy of those around him.
But the mystical tone of these discourses corresponds in nothing to the character of the eloquence of Jesus, such as it is pictured to us in the synoptics. A new spirit breathes through them; Gnoticism has previously found a footing; the Galilean era of the kingdom of God is at an end, the hope of the near advent of Jesus is further off; we enter the arid realm of metaphysics, into the darkness of abstract dogmatism. The spirit of Jesus is not there, and if the son of Zebedee has indeed traced those pages, it is to be supposed that in writing them he had forgotten the Lake of Gennesareth and the charming conversations he had heard upon its banks.
Book I. Life of Jesus. xlix Ernest Renan the canticles and the conventional proceedings which constitute the essential feature of the apocryphal Gospels. Finally, in the account of the last hours of Jesus, he introduces some circumstances which are full of a tender sentiment, as well as certain sayings of Jesus of rare beauty, which are not to be found in the more authentic narratives, and in which can be detected the hand of the legendary. Luke has probably borrowed them from a more recent collection, in which it is seen his chief aim was to excite sentiments of piety.