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itutions and of the can
on law have had their s
hare. Baur had more tha
n an inkling of the tru
e state of things. But
by far the most conspic
uous teacher of our gen
eration, in two at leas
t of these particular f
ields, has been Harnack
. In his lifelong labou
r upon the sources of C
hristian history, he ha
d come upon this questi
on of the canon again a
nd again. In his _Lehrb
uch der Dogmengeschicht
e_, 1887-1890, 4te. Auf
l., 1910, the view of t
he canon, which was giv
en above, is absolutely
fundamental. In his _G
eschichte der altchrist
An Outline of the History of Christian Thought Since Kant by Moore, Edward Caldwell, 1857-1943