Gospel Fragments by Tobias Nicklas

Gospel Fragments

byTobias NicklasEditorKraus, Thomas J., Kruger, Michael J.

Hardcover | August 1, 2009

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As the value and importance of the non-canonical Jesus tradition continues to be recognized, there is an ever-increasing need for scholarly introductions to this tradition. This co-edited edition comprises the Greek critical editions, with full translations, of several key gospel fragmentsincluding P.Egerton 2, P. Oxy. 840, and P.Oxy. 1224. These fragments, preserved despite the widespread destruction of non-canonical manuscripts, are invaluable primary witnesses of ancient Christianity and the transmission of early Christian texts. Introductions to the fragments discuss dates,origins, interpretations, and the relationship of the texts to the canonical gospels. Detailed commentaries expand points of interest to facilitate further scholarly research on these texts in the future.

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Thomas J. Kraus is formerly of the University of Ratisbona in Regensberg. Michael J. Kruger is an Associate Professor of New Testament at the Reformed Theological Seminary in Charlotte, NC.
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Title:Gospel FragmentsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:288 pages, 8.5 × 5.43 × 0.89 inPublished:August 1, 2009Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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I: Fragments of Apocryphal Gospel ManuscriptsThomas J. Kraus: 1. IntroductionII: The 'Unknown Gospel' on Papyrus Egerton 2 (+ Papyrus Cologne 255)Tobias Nicklas: 2. The Fragments3. Text and Commentary4. ConclusionsBibliographyIII: Papyrus Oxyrhynchus 840Michael J. Kruger: 5. Introduction6. Text and Translation7. CommentaryBibliographyIV: Other Gospel Fragments8. P. Vindob.G 2325 The so-called 'Fayum Fragment' or 'Fayum Gospel'9. P.Berol. 11710 'An Apocryphal Gospel Fragment'10. P.Cair. 10735 'The Supposed Fragment of a Gospel at Cairo'11. P. Mert. 51 'A Christian Fragment'12. P.Oxy. 1224 'An 'Uncanonical Gospel'Bibliography