Saturday, January 19, 2013

Euebius of Caesarea: Some People Maintain Multiple Readings

Another view, from someone diffident about athetising anything at all in the text of the gospels, however transmitted, is that there is a twofold reading, as in many other places, and that both are to be accepted; it is not for the faithful and devout to judge either as acceptable in preference to the other. Eusebius of Caesarea (c. 263 - 339), Gospel Problems and Solutions, Ed. Roger Pearse, p. 99, Chieftan Publishing (Ipswich, 2010), David J.D. Miller, section translator.