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1 An interesting suggestion is made by Prof. B. W. , April 1905, p. " The secondary character of this Gospel, U judged from the extant fragments, has been sufficiently proved by Dr Adeney (Hibbert Journal, iii. pp. ); but this does not prevent our positing an earlier and purer form as one of Luke's sources. Bacon's quotation for this is after the (a) form: "Factum eat autem, cum ascendisset . , docendit . " (No. 4 in Preuschen's collection, AntiUgomma, p. 4). The (a) form occurs in frag. 2 of the " Ebionite Gospel" (Preuschen, p.
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I f h e did, they woul d understand him. Bu t should he unexpectedly address the m i n Welsh , we may b e ver y sur e they woul d b e " the mor e quiet" ; an d a speaker anxiou s to conciliat e a hostil e meetin g woul d gain a great initia l advantag e i f h e coul d surpris e the m wit h th e sound o f thei r nativ e tongue. 1 No w thi s i s exactl y wha t happened whe n Paul addresse d th e Jerusale m mo b fro m th e stairs of Antonia . _ , . i n Greek , an d ye t the y mad e " 6 a grea t in Palestine .