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Commentary

John Dominic Crossan

Crossan proposes that the Egerton Gospel fragment is independent of the canonical Gospels tradition, and provides an indpendent witness for both the canonical stories in which Jesus heals lepers. Historical Jesus, (321)

International Q Project

Carry no purse or knapsack,
nor sandals, nor stick,
and greet no-one on the road.

Into whatever house you enter,
first say: Peace to this house!

And if a son of peace be there,
let your peace come upon him;
but if not, let your peace return upon you.

And cure the sick there,
and say to them:
The Kingdom of God has reached unto you.

But into whatever town you enter
and they do not take you in,
on going out from that town,
shake off the dust from your feet.

I tell you:
For Sodom it will be more bearable on that day
than for that town.

Jesus Seminar

  • Thom 14:4a
  • Thom 14:4b
  • Luke 10:4
  • Luke 10:4a
  • Luke 10:4b
  • Luke 10:5-7
  • Luke 10:7b
  • Luke 10:7b-c
  • Luke 10:8
  • Luke 10:8-12
  • Luke 10:9
  • Luke 10:9
  • Luke 10:10-12
  • Luke 10:11
  • Mark 6:8-9
  • Mark 6:8-9
  • Mark 6:10
  • Mark 6:10
  • Mark 6:11
  • Mark 6:11
  • DialSav 53:2
  • Did 11:4
  • Did 13:1-2
  • 1Tim 5:18b