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" 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... "
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The ecclesiastical history of Eusebius Pamphilus

Eusebius (of Caesarea, Bishop of Caesarea) - Church history - 1839 - 527 pages
...fitting," they said, "that we should be guilty of a grievous sin before God, and not that we should fall into the hands of the people of the Jews, and...commanded the centurion and the soldiers to say nothing. But early on the Lord's Day Mary Magdalene, a disciple of, the Lord, fearing on account of the Jews,...
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The Gospel According to Peter, and the Revelation of Peter: Two Lectures on ...

Joseph Armitage Robinson, Montague Rhodes James - Apocalypse of Peter - 1892 - 96 pages
...of the things which they had seen: For it is better, say they, for us to incur the greatest debt of sin before God, and not to fall into the hands of the people of the Jews and to be stoned. Pilate therefore commanded the centurion and the soldiers to say nothing." The hatred...
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Canonical and Uncanonical Gospels: With a Translation of the Recently ...

William Emery Barnes - Bible - 1893 - 112 pages
...soldiers to tell nothing of the things which they had seen. For it is expedient for us, they say, to incur a very great sin before God, and not to fall into...commanded the centurion and the soldiers to say nothing. " And early on the Lord's Day, Mary Magdalene, the disciple l of the Lord (being afraid because of...
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The apostolic fathers

Charles Thomas Cruttwell - Christian literature, Early - 1893
...better, say they, for us to owe the greatest debt of sin before God, and not to fall into the hand of the people of the Jews and be stoned. Pilate therefore...commanded the centurion and the soldiers to say nothing. "And at dawn upon the Lord's day Mary Magdalen, a disciple of the Lord, who, fearing because of the...
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The Expositor

Samuel Cox, Sir William Robertson Nicoll, James Moffatt - Bible - 1893
...of the things which they had seen : For it is better, say they, for us to incur the greatest debt of sin before God, and not to fall into the hands of the people of the Jews and to be stoned. Pilate therefore commanded the centurion and the soldiers to say nothing. 12. And at...
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A Fragment of the Apocryphal Gospel of St. Peter: Found at Akhmim in Egypt

Apocryphal Gospels - 1893 - 6 pages
...we would rather," they say, "be guilty of the greatest sin before God thnn fall into the hands (if the people of the Jews and be stoned." Pilate therefore commanded the centurion and the soldiers that they should eay nothing. But at daybreak of the Lord's Day Mary Magdalene, a disciple of the Lord,...
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The Newly-recovered Gospel of St. Peter: With a Full Account of the Same

James Rendel Harris - Gospel of Peter - 1893 - 67 pages
...seen. For it is better for us, they said, to be guilty of the greatest sin in the sight of God, than to fall into the hands of the people of the Jews and be stoned. Pilate thereupon ordered the centurion and the soldiers to say nothing. And at the dawn of the Lord's day...
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A Popular Account of the Newly-recovered Gospel of St. Peter

James Rendel Harris - Gospel of Peter - 1893 - 97 pages
...seen. For it is better for us, they said, to be guilty of the greatest sin in the sight of God, than to fall into the hands of the people of the Jews and be stoned. Pilate thereupon ordered the centurion and the soldiers to say nothing. Matt.xxviii.i. And at the dawn of...
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Vision: A Magazine for Youth, Volume 6

Mormons - 1893
...for, they said, it is better for us to incur the guilt of a very great sin in the sight of God, than to fall into the hands of the people of the Jews and be stoned. Therefore Pilate commanded the centurion and the soldiers to say nothing. "But early on the Lord's...
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The Expositor

Samuel Cox, Sir William Robertson Nicoll, James Moffatt - Bible - 1893
...the greatest debt of sin before God, and not to fall into the hands of the people of the Jews and to be stoned. Pilate therefore commanded the centurion and the soldiers to say nothing. 12. And at dawn upon the Lord's day Mary Magdalene, a disciple of the Lord [who], fearing because of...
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