Tag Archives: Papias

Christian Texts and History • A note on the phrase ἑρμηνευτὴς Πέτρου γενόμενος in Papias.

By Ben C. Smith The Greek phrase ἑρμηνευτὴς Πέτρου γενόμενος, preserved by Eusebius in History of the Church 3.39.15, is often translated as implying that, according to Papias or his elder John, Mark was Peter’s interpreter or translator at the time in question, to wit, at the penning of the gospel. For example, Bart …read more

Christian Texts and History • Re: Apollinarius of Laodicea, Papias, and the death of Judas

By Michael BG Thanks Peter I knew it couldn’t be that easy hence the “seems”. I had hoped it would be easy to find the texts Ben is talking about but I found your page instead. Wikipedia gives the long quote from Apollonaris of Laodicea, while this site gives the Roberts-Donaldson translation (http://www.earlychristianwritings.com/text/papias.html) …read more

Christian Texts and History • Re: Apollinarius of Laodicea, Papias, and the death of Judas

By Michael BG Thanks Peter I knew it couldn’t be that easy hence the “seems”. I had hoped it would be easy to find the texts Ben is talking about but I found your page instead. Wikipedia gives the long quote from Apollonaris of Laodicea, while this site gives the Roberts-Donaldson translation (http://www.earlychristianwritings.com/text/papias.html) …read more

Christian Texts and History • Re: Apollinarius of Laodicea, Papias, and the death of Judas

By Michael BG Thanks Peter I knew it couldn’t be that easy hence the “seems”. I had hoped it would be easy to find the texts Ben is talking about but I found your page instead. Wikipedia gives the long quote from Apollonaris of Laodicea, while this site gives the Roberts-Donaldson translation (http://www.earlychristianwritings.com/text/papias.html) …read more

Christian Texts and History • Re: Apollinarius of Laodicea, Papias, and the death of Judas

By Michael BG Thanks Peter I knew it couldn’t be that easy hence the “seems”. I had hoped it would be easy to find the texts Ben is talking about but I found your page instead. Wikipedia gives the long quote from Apollonaris of Laodicea, while this site gives the Roberts-Donaldson translation (http://www.earlychristianwritings.com/text/papias.html) …read more

Christian Texts and History • Re: Apollinarius of Laodicea, Papias, and the death of Judas

By Michael BG Thanks Peter I knew it couldn’t be that easy hence the “seems”. I had hoped it would be easy to find the texts Ben is talking about but I found your page instead. Wikipedia gives the long quote from Apollonaris of Laodicea, while this site gives the Roberts-Donaldson translation (http://www.earlychristianwritings.com/text/papias.html) …read more

Christian Texts and History • Re: Apollinarius of Laodicea, Papias, and the death of Judas

By Michael BG Thanks Peter I knew it couldn’t be that easy hence the “seems”. I had hoped it would be easy to find the texts Ben is talking about but I found your page instead. Wikipedia gives the long quote from Apollonaris of Laodicea, while this site gives the Roberts-Donaldson translation (http://www.earlychristianwritings.com/text/papias.html) …read more

Christian Texts and History • Re: Apollinarius of Laodicea, Papias, and the death of Judas

By Michael BG Thanks Peter I knew it couldn’t be that easy hence the “seems”. I had hoped it would be easy to find the texts Ben is talking about but I found your page instead. Wikipedia gives the long quote from Apollonaris of Laodicea, while this site gives the Roberts-Donaldson translation (http://www.earlychristianwritings.com/text/papias.html) …read more

Christian Texts and History • Re: Apollinarius of Laodicea, Papias, and the death of Judas

By Michael BG Thanks Peter I knew it couldn’t be that easy hence the “seems”. I had hoped it would be easy to find the texts Ben is talking about but I found your page instead. Wikipedia gives the long quote from Apollonaris of Laodicea, while this site gives the Roberts-Donaldson translation (http://www.earlychristianwritings.com/text/papias.html) …read more