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SAYINGS

ASCRIBED TO

OUR LORD, &c.

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SAYINGS

ASCRIBED TO

OUR LORD

BY THE

FATHERS AND OTHER PRIMITIVE WRITERS,

AND

Incidents in His Life narrated by them,
otherwise than found in Scripture.

BY

JOHN THEODORE DODD, B.A.

LATE JUNIOR STUDENT OF CHRIST CHURCH.

OXFORD and LONDON:

JAMES PARKER AND CO.

1874.

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PREFACE.

BEFORE mentioning the other writers to whom

I am indebted, I must express my thanks to Canon Westcott for his kindness in allowing me. to make use of the collection of traditional sayings of Christ contained in his "Introduction to the Study of the Gospels."

The other collections which I have employed

are:

Spicilegium SS. Patrum et Hereticorum, by Dr. Grabe. (Oxford, 1700.)

Codex Apocryphus Novi Testamenti, by Fabricius. (Hamburgh, 1719.)

"A New and Full Method of Settling the Canonical Authority of the New Testament," by the Rev. J. Jones. (London, 1726.)

Korner De Sermonibus Christi aypapois. (Leipsic, 1776.)

Anger's Synopsis.

Bunsen's "Christianity and Mankind," vol. v. p. 29.

The collections by Canon Westcott, Anger, and Mr. Jones are by far the fullest.

In my extracts from the Fathers I have been greatly assisted by the translations given in the English and

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