Pseudo-Cyril of Jerusalem On the Life and the Passion of by van den Roelof Broek

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In Pseudo-Cyril of Jerusalem at the existence and the fervour of Christ , Roelof van den Broek deals the 1st variation, with creation, translation and notes, of a coptic textual content which incorporates various apocryphal components

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Wisse, The Apocryphon of John. Synopsis of Nag Hammadi Codices II,1; III,1; and IV,1 with BG 8502,2 (NHMS 33), Leiden: Brill, 1995, 115 (Synopsis 62, 12–13). There is no relationship between these traditions. 36 chapter two But let us not speak amply about the things we found written in the holy Gospels. But after all these signs he (Jesus) did the Jews began to be angry with him, as Luke the Evangelist has informed us. But listen and let me tell you for what reason the chief priests of the Jews were angry with him.

A. Lipsius, in idem & M. Bonnet, Acta Apostolorum Apocrypha, I, Leipzig: H. Mendelssohn, 1891 (reprinted Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 1959, 273). In Matthew 10:3 and Mark 3:18, many Bible manuscripts read Lebbaeus instead of Thaddaeus. 57 See Schermann, Propheten- und Apostellegenden, 282–283; see also the addition to the Greek list, mentioned above, p. 16, n. 25. 58 At the end of his discussion of Judas the son of James, Ibn Kabar notes that ‘Luke called him the Brother of the Lord in his Gospel and in the Book of Acts.

M. Waldstein & F. Wisse, The Apocryphon of John. Synopsis of Nag Hammadi Codices II,1; III,1; and IV,1 with BG 8502,2 (NHMS 33), Leiden: Brill, 1995, 115 (Synopsis 62, 12–13). There is no relationship between these traditions. 36 chapter two But let us not speak amply about the things we found written in the holy Gospels. But after all these signs he (Jesus) did the Jews began to be angry with him, as Luke the Evangelist has informed us. But listen and let me tell you for what reason the chief priests of the Jews were angry with him.

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