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Re: [GTh] Tatian and Thomas

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  • Peter Kirby
    ... Hi, I was under the impression that the oldest Greek fragment was dated paleographically to about 200 CE. best, Peter Kirby
    Message 1 of 6 , Oct 25, 2002
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      On Friday 25 October 2002 11:04 am, Tom Saunders wrote:
      > The weakest part of Perrin's book is how he then argues Thomas
      > is dependent on the Diatessaron, a harmony of the gospels that
      > Tatian composed in Syriac around 173.
      >
      > Does not one of the found Greek texts rule out this claim as it would be
      > older than the Diatessaron? (Circa 150 C.E.)

      Hi,

      I was under the impression that the oldest Greek fragment was dated
      paleographically to about 200 CE.

      best,
      Peter Kirby
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