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The Apocryphal New Testament Easy to use collection of English translations of the New Testament Apocrypha.

Oxyrhynchus Papyrus 1224

This dates from the fourth century. It is a part of a papyrus book; the page numbers (139, 174, 176) survive. It is in poor condition, and it is very uncertain if the fragments belong to a Gospel.

The translation is of the Greek text as printed by Klostermann.

Editions

  • B. P. Grenfell and A. S. Hunt, OP 10 (London, 1914), 1–10.

  • C. Wessely, PO 18 (Paris, 1924), 266 ff.

  • Klostermann, Apocrypha, ii. (3)26.

Synopses

Aland13, 584; Huck–Greeven13, 285; Boismard, 415.

Modern Translations

English

  • Hennecke3, i. 113–14.

  • Hennecke5, i. 100.

French

  • Éac, 417–9.

German

  • Hennecke3, i. 72–3 (W. Schneemelcher).

  • Hennecke5, i. 85–6 (W. Schneemelcher).

Italian

  • Bonaccorsi, i. 40 (one fragment only).

  • Erbetta, i.1, 107.

  • Moraldi, i. 421, 447–8.

General

  • R. Dunkerley, Beyond the Gospels (Harmondsworth, 1957), 135–6. [Cf. id., ‘The Oxyrhynchus Gospel Fragments’, HTR 42 (1949), 19–37, esp. 35–7.]

  • J. Jeremias, Unknown Sayings of Jesus (London, 21964), 96–7.

  • O. Hofius, ‘Unbekannte Jesusworte’, in P. Stuhlmacher (ed.), Das Evangelium und die Evangelien (Tübingen, 1983), 378 (= WUNT 28).

The two legible fragments are:

A p. 175 nd the scribes and [Pharisees and priests, when they saw him were angry [that with sinners in the midst he [reclined at table. But Jesus heard [it and said: The healthy do not need [the physician. 1 Cf. Mark 2: 16–17 and parallels.

A p. 176 nd pray for your enemies. For he who is not against you is with you. 2 Cf. Matt. 5: 44; Mark 9: 40; Luke 9: 50 . He who today is far‐off—tomorrow will be near to you . . .

Notes:

1 Cf. Mark 2: 16–17 and parallels.

2 Cf. Matt. 5: 44; Mark 9: 40; Luke 9: 50 .

p. 175

p. 176

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