Scripture in 1 Clement: Composite Citation of the Gospels (Part II)

Pursuing Veritas

This post is part of an ongoing series examining the function and use of scripture in the early Christian writing known as 1 Clement.

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In all, six basic options have been offered regarding the source of 1 Clement 46:8: (1) Matthew 26:24, (2) Luke 17:1-2, (3) Matthew 18:6,[1] (4) Mark 9:42, (5) a combination of any or all of these sources, or (6) an extra-canonical and non-extant source such as Q.[2] Table 1 outlines a textual comparison of these synoptic passages with 1 Clement 46:8.

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