See also:Cor. vii . 10-12, and the
See also:Logia (q.v.) discovered in 1897 and 5903 at Oxyrhyncus . Two interesting examples of such sayings may be quoted: (I) "That which is weak shall be saved by that which• is strong "; (2) " Jesus, on whom be peace, has said: `The
See also:world is merely a
See also:bridge; ye are to pass over it, and not to build your dwellings upon it."' The first of these is from the Apostolic Canons (c . A.D . 300), the second was found by the missionary
See also:Duff inscribed in Arabic on the gateway of the mosque at
See also:Fatehpur Sikri . The earliest
See also:modern collection of such sayings was by Cotelerius, Ezclesiae Graecae Monuments (1677-1688), followed by J . E .
See also:Grabe, Spicele ium (1698 and 1700), and J . B .
See also:Fabricius, Codex Apocryph . N . T . (2nd ed., 1719) . See also A . Resch,
See also:Agrapha (
See also:Leipzig, 1889) ; J . H .
See also:Ropes, Die Spriiche Jesu (Leipzig, 1896) ; and the article " Sayings " in J . Hastings'
See also:Dictionary of Christ and the Gospels .
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