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THE GOSPELS IN THE SECOND CENTURY

AN EXAMINATION OF THE CRITICAL PART OF A WORK ENTITLED
'SUPERNATURAL RELIGION'

By W. Sanday, M.A.


INDEX I.

References to the Four Gospels.

The asterisk indicates that the passage in question is discussed in some detail.

St. Matthew.

I. 1 2-6 18* 18 ff 18-25 21 23
II. 1 1-7 1-23 2 5,6 6 11 12 13 13-15 16 17,18 18 22.
III. 2 4 8 10 11,12 15* 16 18
IV. 1 8-10 9 10 11 17 18 23
V. 1-48 3 4,5* 7* 8 10* 11 13,14 14 16* 17 17,18 18* 20 21-48
22 28 29 29,30 29,32 32 34* 37* 38,39 39,40 41 42 44,45
45* 46* 48
VI. 1 1-34 6 8 10 13 14 19 19,20 20 21 25-27 25-37 32* 32,33
VII. 1-29 2 6 7 9-11* 12 13,14* 15* 16 19 21* 22 22,23 28,29
VIII. 9 11 11,12 17 26 28-34
IX. 1-8 13* 16 17 22 29-31 33
X. 1 8 10 11* 13 15 16* 22 26 28* 29,30 33 38,39 40
XI. 5 7 10 11 12-15 18 26 25-27 27* 28
XII. 1-8* 7 9-14* 17-21 18-21 24 25* 26 31,32 34 41 42 43 48
XIII. 1-58 3 3ff 5 11 15 16 24-30 25 26* 34 35 37-39 38 39 42,43
XIV. 1 3 3-12 6
XV. 4-6 4-8* 4-9 8* 13 15 17 20 21-28 26 36
XVI. 1 1-4 4 15-18 16* 19 21 24 24,25 26
XVII. 3 5 11 11-13* 12,13 13
XVIII. 1-35 3* 6 7 8 8,9 10 19
XIX. 4 6* 8* 9 10-12 11,12* 12* 13 16,17* 17 19 22 26*
XX. 8 16 19 20-28
XXI. 1 5 12,13 16 20-22 23 33 42
XXII. 9 11 14* 21 24 29 30 32 37 38 39 40 44*
XXIII. 2 2,3 5 10 13 15 18 20 23 24 25 25,26* 27 29 35
XXIV. 1-51 3 14 45-51*
XXV. 1-46 14-30 21 26,27 34 41*
XXVI. 1-75 17,18 24* 30 31* 36,37 38 39 41 43 56 56,57 57 64*
XXVII. 9 9,10* 11f. 14 35 39ff 42 43 46 57-60
XXVIII. 1 12-15 19.

St. Mark.

I. 1 2 4 17 22 24 26
II. 23-28* 28
III. 1-6* 17 23 25 29
IV. 1-34 11 12 33,34 34*
V. 1-20 31
VI. 3 11 14 17-29
VII. 6* 6-13 7 10,11 11-13 13 21,22 24-30
VIII. 29 31 34
IX. 7 21 43 47
X. 5 5,6 6 8 9 17 18 19 21 22 27* 37-45
XI. 20-26
XII. 17 20 24 27* 29* 30 38-44
XIII. 2* 22
XIV. 12,13 12-14 40 51,52
XV. 14 34
XVI. 14-16

St. Luke.

I. 1-4 1-80 3 6 7 7-10 8 9 12 13 15 17 18,19 19 20 20-22 21 23 24
26 27 28 29 31 32 33 34 34,35 35* 36 39 41 48 55 56 57 61 62
64 67 69 73 74 76 77 78 80
II. 1,2 1-52 4 6 7 8 11 13 14 15 16 18 19 20 21 21,22 22 24 25 26
27 28 29 33 34 35 36 37 39 40 41 42 43 45 46 48,49 49 50 51
52 66
III. 1 1-38 3 12-14 13 15 16 16,17 17 19 20 21 21,22 22 23 31-34
IV. 1 1-13 4 6 6-8 7 8 10 13 14 16 17 17-20 18,19 19 20 24 25 32
42,43 42-44
V. 1 1-11 1-39 12-14 14 17-26 24 27-32 32 33-35 36-38 39
VI. 1 1-5* 1-49 6-11* 13 14* 20* 27,28 29 30 31 32 34 35 36 36,37
36-38* 37,38 45 46*
VII. 2* 8 11-18 12* 24-28 26 27 28 29-35 30 35 36-38
VIII. 1-3 5 10 19 23 26-39 41
IX. 5 7 17,18 20 22 55 57,58 60 61 61,62 62
X. 3 5,6 7* 10-12 16 18 19* 20 21 21,22 22 23 24 25 37
XI. 2 9 11-13* 14 17 22 29-32 32 39 42 47 49-51 52
XII. 4,5* 6,7 9 10 14 22-24 30 38 42-46* 48 50
XIII. 1 sqq. 1-9 6 7 7-8 24* 26,27 27 28 28,29 29 29-35 31-35 33 34
XIV. 27
XV. 4 8 11-32 13 14 17 18 20 22 24 25 26 29
XVI. 12 16 17*
XVII. 1,2* 2 5-10 9 9,10
XVIII. 6-8 18,18 19 27* 31 31-34 34 35-43
XIX. 5 9 17 22,23 29 29-48 33-39 35 37 37-48 38 41 42 43 46 47
XX. 9 9-l8 14 17 19 21 22 22-25 24 25 35,36 35 37,38 38
XXI. 1-4 4 18 21 21,22 22 27 28 34
XXII. 9-11 16-18 17 18 18-36 19 19,20 28-30 30 35-38 37 38 42-44
43,44* 53,54 66
XXIII. 1 ff. 2 5 7 34 35 46
XXIV. 1 ff. 21 26 32 38,39 39* 40 42 46 47-53 49 50 5l 52 53

St. John.

I. 1,2 1-3 3* 4 5* 9 13 14 18 19 19,20* 23* 28
II. 4 16,17
III. 3-5* 5* 6 8 12 14 16 36
IV. 6
V. 2 3,4 4 8 17 18 43 46
VI. 15 39 51 53 54* 55* 70
VII. 8 38 42
VIII. 17 40 44
IX. 1-3*
X. 8 9* 23,24 27* 30
XI. 54
XII. 14,15 22 27 30 40 41
XIII. 18
XIV. 2 6 10
XV. 25
XVI. 2* 3
XVII. 3 11,12 14*
XVIII. 36
XIX. 36 37*

 

INDEX II.

Chronological and Analytical.

Writer. Works Extant. Date Evangelical Documents used
A.D.  
Clement of One genuine Epistle c.95- Traces, perhaps
Rome. addressed to the 100. probable of the three
Philippians. Synoptics.
Barnabas. Pseud-egraphical c.100- Probably St. Matthew,
Epistle 125. perhaps St. Luke,
possibly the fourth Gospel.
Ignatius. Three short Epistles, 107 or Probably St. Matthew,
probably genuine. 115. and perhaps St. John.
[Spurious, S.R.]
Seven short Epistles, Probably St. Matthew,
perhaps genuine. perhaps also St. John.
[Spurious, S.R.]
Hermas. Allegorical work, c.135- No distinct traces of
entitled the 140. any writing of Old or
'Shepherd.' New Testament.
Polycarp. Short Epistle to c.140- Doubtful traces of
Philippians, 155. St. Matthew, probable
probably genuine. of 1 John.
[Spurious, S.R.]
Presbyters. Quoted by Irenaeus. c.140? Probably St. John.
Papias. Short fragments in +155. Some account of
Eusebius. [see pp. works written by
145, 82; St. Matthew and
164-167, St. Mark, but
S.R.] probably not our
present Gospels in
their present form.
Basilides. } Allusions, not c.125. Certain use of
} certain, in St. Luke and St. John,
} Hippolytus, Clem. perhaps probably by
Basilidians.} Alex., Epiphanius, Basilides himself.
Marcion. Copious references c.140. Certainly the third
in Tertullian and Gospel, with text
Epiphanius. already corrupt.
Justin Two Apologies and +148. Three Synoptic
Martyr. Dialogue against [166- Gospels either
Tryphon. 167, separately or in
S.R.] Harmony, probably the
fourth Gospel, and also
an Apocryphal Gospel or
Gospels; text showing
marks of corruption.
Old Latin translation c.150. Four Canonical
of N.T. Gospels, with
corrupt text.
Valentinus. } Allusions, not c.140. References to all four
} certain in Gospels, but not clear
Valentinians} Hippolytus, &c. before by whom made.
178.
Clement. Nineteen pseudo- c.160? Four Canonical Gospels
epigraphical (possibly in a
Harmony), with other
Apocryphal sources
to some extent.
Hegesippus. Few fragments fl.157- Apparent traces of
chiefly preserved 180. St. Matthew and
by Eusebius. St. Luke.
Tatian. Few allusions, fl.150- Diatessaron,
'Address to Greeks.' 170. probably consisting
of our four Gospels,
quotations from
St. John in Orat.
ad Graec.
Old Syriac c.160? Four Canonical Gospels,
Translation of N.T. with corrupt text.
Muratorian Fragment c.170. Four Gospels as
Canonical.
Ptolomaeus. Allusions in before Clear references
Irenaeus, &c., 178. to St. Matthew and
fragments in St. John.
Epiphanius.
Heracleon. Allusions in before Third and fourth
Irenaeus, &c., 178. gospels.
fragments in Origen.
Melito. Few slight fragments. c.176. Doubtful indirect
allusions to Canon
of N.T.
Apollinaris. Two slight fragments. 176- Allusion to
180. discrepancy
between Gospels,
fourth Gospel.
Athenagoras. An Apology and tract c.177. One fairly clear
on the Resurrection. quotation from
St. Matthew,
perhaps from
St. Mark and
St. John.
Churches of An Epistle. 177. Clear allusions to
Vienne and St. Luke and St. John,
Lyons. perhaps also to
St. Matthew.
Celsus. Fragments in Origen. c.178. Somewhat vague traces
of all four Gospels.
Irenaeus. Treatise 'Against c.140- Four Gospels as
Heresies.' 202. Canonical, with
corrupt text.
Clement of Several considerable fl.185- Four Gospels as
Alexandria works. 211. Canonical, with
corrupt text.
Tertullian. Voluminous works. fl.198- Four Gospels as
210. Canonical, with
corrupt text.

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