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The Apocryphal New Testament Easy to use collection of English translations of the New Testament Apocrypha.

Papyrus Berolinensis 11710

This fragment in two leaves dates from the sixth century and may be no more than an amulet text based on John 1: 49 . It may, however, be a fragment of an apocryphal gospel. It is significant to note that Jesus in this text is titled Rabbi.

The translation is of the Greek text as printed by de Santos Otero.

Edition

H. Lietzmann, ‘Ein apokryphes Evangelien‐fragment’, ZNW 22 (1923), 153–4.

Synopsis

Aland13, 37.

Modern Translations

French

  • Éac, 429–31.

Italian

  • Erbetta, i.1, 110. Moraldi, i. 448.

Spanish

.de Santos Otero, 84.

. . . Nathanael] confessed and said ‘Rabbi, Lord, you are the Son of God.’ The Rabbi [answered him] and said, ‘Nathanael, walk in the sun.’ Nathanael replied and said to him, ‘Rabbi, Lord, you are the lamb of God, who takes away the sins of the world.’ The Rabbi answered him and said . . .

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