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" 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. "
ΕΥΑΓΓΕΛΙΟΝ ΚΑΤΑ ΠΕΤΡΟΝ - Page xv
edited by - 1893 - 34 pages
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The Expositor

Samuel Cox, Sir William Robertson Nicoll, James Moffatt - Bible - 1894
...For, interesting though the fragment undoubtedly is, every reader will agree with Dr. Swete that " notwithstanding the large amount of new matter which...historical sources other than the canonical Gospels." It must be matter of congratulation to all students of early Christian literature that a scholar of...
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The Expositor

Samuel Cox, Sir William Robertson Nicoll, James Moffatt - Bible - 1894
...For, interesting though the fragment undoubtedly is, every reader will agree with Dr. Swete that " notwithstanding the large amount of new matter which...the Petrine Gospel which compels us to assume the nse of historical sources other than the canonical Gospels." It must be matter of congratulation to...
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The Critical Review of Theological & Philosophical Literature, Volume 4

Stewart Dingwall Fordyce Salmond - Books - 1894
...identical with that of the canonical Gospels." But this is a very different thing from claiming that " there is nothing in this portion of the Petrine Gospel...historical sources other than the canonical Gospels." If these new incidents did not come from other traditional sources, where did they come from ? Why...
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volume 1

James Orr - Bible - 1915 - 3541 pages
...directly contradict the canonical narrative, may have been suggested by it"; and he concludes that notwithstanding the large amount of new matter which...Petrine Gospel which compels us to assume the use of sources other than the canonical gospels." To Professor Orr (NT Apocryphal Writings, xix f) the gnostic...
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The Historical Jesus, Volume 4

Craig A. Evans - Christianity - 2004 - 432 pages
...Synoptic traditions, whereas for all its differences in detail, there is little, if anything, in EvP "which compels us to assume the use of historical sources other than the canonical Gospels."33 In this respect it is UG which is the more apocryphal or secondary of the two. In the second...
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The Akhmim Fragment of the Apocryphal Gospel of St. Peter

Henry Barclay Swete - 2007 - 108 pages
...forms ((/), (a)). It is worthy of especial remark that the fragment does not yield a single agrafAtm, for the saying in (/) is clearly based on the Fourth...in this portion of the Petrine Gospel which compels ns to assume the use of historital sources other than the canonical Gospels, 2. The Petrine Passion-history...
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