From: Dave Washburn (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Apr 20 2001 - 23:32:39 EDT
> It is Papias as quoted by Eusebius in his celebrated History of the Church
> (3.39.14-16)-- and it's about **GMatthew**, not GMark. Moreover, there is great
> debate about whether Papias' statement that Matthew "compiled/collected/ordered" the
> LOGIA of the Lord in the hEBRADI DIALAKTIKOS (quoting Greek from memory here) is a
> statement about the language of composition -- and if so whether he meant Aramaic and
> not Hebrew -- or the **style** in which GMatthew was composed (orderly vs. disorderly.
> There's a good discussion of all of this in R.T. France's _Matthew: Evangelist and
The citation (Loeb edition by Lake): MATQAIOS MEN OUN
hEBRAIDI DIALEKTWi TA LOGIA SUNETAXATO,
hHRMHNEUSEN D'AUTA hWS HN DUNATOS hEKASTOS.
Pretty good from-memory citation, Jeffrey!
"You just keep thinking, Butch. That's what you're good at."
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