ΕΥΑΓΓΕΛΙΟΝ ΚΑΤΑ ΠΕΤΡΟΝ (Google eBook)

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Henry Barclay Swete
Macmillan, 1893 - Gospel of Peter - 34 pages
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Page 27 - Then they all drew near and besought him and entreated him to command the centurion and the soldiers to say nothing of the things which they had seen: For it is better...
Page 28 - But I Simon Peter and Andrew my brother took our nets and went to the sea; and there was with us Levi the son of Alphaeus, whom the Lord . . . Here the fragment breaks off.
Page 25 - And there was standing there Joseph the friend of Pilate and of the Lord ; and, knowing that they were about to crucify - him, he came to Pilate and asked the body of the Lord for burial. And Pilate sent to Herod and asked his body. And Herod said, Brother Pilate, even if no one had asked...
Page 27 - But who shall roll away for us the stone that was laid at the door of the sepulchre, that we may enter in and sit by him and do the things that are due ? For the stone was great, and we fear lest some one see us.
Page 25 - Judge righteously, O king of Israel. And one of them brought a crown of thorns and put it on the head of the Lord. And others stood and spat in his eyes, and others smote his cheeks: others pricked him with a reed ; and some scourged him, saying, With this honour let us honour the Son of God.
Page 27 - Lord — for fear of the jews, since (they) were inflamed with wrath, she had not done at the sepulchre of the Lord what women are wont to do for those beloved of them who die — took 5 1 . with her her women friends and came to the sepulchre where he was laid.
Page xv - Thus notwithstanding the large amount of new matter which it contains, there is nothing in this portion of the Petrine Gospel which compels us to assume the use of historical sources other than the canonical Gospels.
Page 27 - And if we cannot, even though we should cast at the door the things which we bring for a memorial of him, we will weep and bewail him until we come to our house. So they went and found the tomb open, and they came near and stooped down to look in there ; and they see there a young man sitting in the midst of the tomb, fair and clothed with a robe exceeding bright, who said to them, Wherefore have ye come ? whom seek ye ? him who was crucified ? He is risen and gone.
Page 28 - ... bright, who said to them, Wherefore have ye come ? Whom seek ye ? Him who was crucified ? He is risen and gone. But if ye believe not, stoop down and look in and see the place where he lay, for he is not here ; for he is risen and gone thither whence he was sent.
Page 28 - Wherefore are ye come? Whom seek ye? Him that was crucified? He is risen and gone. But if ye believe not, look in and see the place where he lay that he is not [here]; for he is risen and gone thither, whence he was sent.

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