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Thus He shows Himself to be ignorant. Rather, each is preceded by a false counterpart.

This doubled succession is consistent with the assertion, in Hom. Peter, however, assures his listeners that he, continuing the tradition of Jesus, will prevail Hom. After this, once the eternal light has sprung up, all the things of darkness must disappear.

Although this connection has some precedent e. Similarly, the syzygy for Elijah, which was supposed to have come, has been willingly put off to another time, having determined to enjoy it conveniently hereafter.

Arab e nel Kuzistan sulle rive

The cropping indicate that a quire must have existed once that contained the remaining of the text. Esau the profane, and Jacob the pious. Particularly within Bereshit Rabbah, we find a number of disputation tales that assert the singularity and goodness of God as Creator. In his survey of traditions about Simon Magus from the book of Acts to medieval literature, A. Gianroberto Scarcia, figura unica di studioso al crocevia di iranistica, storia delle religioni e letteratura.

Arab, e nel Kuzistan, sulle rive del fiume Karun, vivono ancora ai giorni nostri i discendenti di un'antica religione gnostica. The components of the Virtutes Apostolorum have usually only one or two variants, while four are attested for Matthias, who is not part of the collection. The same message is also expressed through the narrative into which these teachings have been placed. Yet the evidence seems to indicate, that the collection and incomplete sets of narratives that resemble the Virtutes Apostolorum in terms of organization of the material were the most common.

In some cases, however, we find briefer interchanges, in which the formal parallels with Rabbinic disputation tales are especially clear. Nahman said in the name of R. Green, The City of the Moon God. Epiphanius, then, will here serve us a very different purpose.

During the course of the novel, both travel from city to city, spreading their respective beliefs to crowds of curious Gentiles. Conclusion In the light of the evidence, what can be said about the two hagiographic texts about the apostles in Voss. Moreover, in at least five cases, Matthias follows one of the versions of narratives about Simon and Jude. In their redacted forms, the Homilies and Recognitions both date to the fourth century. This short excursus on the textual history of the apocryphal acts of the apostles is necessary, since it may have some implications for understanding the cropped text in the ninth-century Voss.

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