From: Stephen Carlson (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Sep 18 1995 - 23:43:56 EDT
Edward Hobbs wrote:
> The passage sounds like the Pastor, as many point out -- and to
> me it also sounds like Polycarp, which may be one more reason to think
> that Hans Freiherr von Campenhausen was right when he guessed that the
> Pastor in fact WAS Polycarp!
This is a claim I'd like to follow up on in connection with my stylo-
statistical work. Can anybody here direct me to an electronic copy
of Polycarp's epistle, preferably tagged, available via ftp, gopher,
or through the Web? BTW, similar staring points to Papias would also
be appreciated considering his connections to Johannine literature.
See, e.g., Old Latin Prologue to John: "Papias . . . descripsit vero
evangelium dictante Johanne recte."
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