Acts of Peter; MR James 1924 Introduction

Kookaburra Jack

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The Acts of Peter

The Acts of Peter


From "The Apocryphal New Testament"
M.R. James-Translation and Notes
Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1924


Written, probably by a resident in Asia Minor (he does not know much about Rome), not later than A. D. 200, in Greek. The author has read the Acts of John very carefully, and modelled his language upon them. However, he was not so unorthodox as Leucius, though his language about the Person of our Lord (ch. xx) has rather suspicious resemblances to that of the
 

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The first paragraph of the introduction linked below seems to be truncated.
It finishes with "rather suspicious resemblances to that of the … "
Can anyone find a version of this introduction that is complete?



The Acts of Peter

The Acts of Peter


From "The Apocryphal New Testament"
M.R. James-Translation and Notes
Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1924


Written, probably by a resident in Asia Minor (he does not know much about Rome), not later than A. D. 200, in Greek. The author has read the Acts of John very carefully, and modelled his language upon them. However, he was not so unorthodox as Leucius, though his language about the Person of our Lord (ch. xx) has rather suspicious resemblances to that of the
"rather suspicious resemblances to that of the … " Acts of John.
[New Testament Non Canonical Christian Literature as Ascetic Pagan Polemic, Parody and Sedition]
 
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