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Stuart Waugh
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The Sudden Appearance of John in the Marcionite Gospel
Baptism of Christ, 3rd century, Catacomb of Callixtus Tertullian (AM 4.11.3) is right to exclaim, Unde autem et Ioannes venit in medium? Subito Christus, subito et Ioannes when John suddenly appears in Marcion's Gospel (Luke 5:33), or rather his disciples, ...
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The Gospel of John: Context of Authorship
John, Book of Kells (800 CE) The Gospel of John is very different from the Synoptic Gospels in composition and content. But it is also very different in theology, and it is my aim to demonstrate it's dependence and opposition to the Synoptic Gospels, especi...
The Gospel of John: Context of Authorship
The Gospel of John: Context of Authorship
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Colossians: The Image of the Invisible God
Colossians: The Image of the Invisible God
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Philemon: My Reading
87 : Papyrus 87, recto, Philemon 24-25, c 250 CE In my reconstruction of the Marcionite version of Philemon I discovered that Tertullian's comment on [1 ] is not quite the case, at least with respect to the received text. More accurate is his comments about...
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Colossians: The Image of the Invisible God
Colossians, Codex Harleianus 5557 (Minuscule 321) In the Marcionite Apostolikon Colossians presents an interesting challenge to reconstruct. There is only one relatively brief chapter in Adversus Marcionem (5.19) which addresses the epistle, and that cuts o...
Colossians: The Image of the Invisible God
Colossians: The Image of the Invisible God
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Matthew, the Perverted Gospel of Galatians
Matthew, the Perverted Gospel of Galatians
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Matthew, the Perverted Gospel of Galatians
Christ and Peter walk on water,  Fresovo taken from Matthew 14:28-31  Dura-Europos (mid 3rd century?) Most scholars when they hear Marcionite priority assume this means that the first Gospel was Marcion's and all other are dependent upon it. But Paul is sti...
Matthew, the Perverted Gospel of Galatians
Matthew, the Perverted Gospel of Galatians
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The Trouble with Sources - Never Salute a Marcionite
The Church Fathers, an 11th-century Kievan miniature from Svyatoslav's  There are three primary sources for the specific content and text of the Marcionite New Testament, Tertullian's Adversus Marcionem, Epiphanius' Panarion book 42, and the first two parts...
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John The Baptist: From the Marcionite to the Canonical
John the Baptist, 6th Century Icon  St. Catherine at Mt. Sinai John the Baptist appears in every canonical gospel as well as the Marcionite gospel. He is a key character playing a prominent role in each gospel. But there are subtle differences in the portra...
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