THE LATIN TEXT OF LUKE IN MARCION AND TERTULLIAN BY A. J. B. HIGGINS I In his valuable study Der lateinische Paulustext bei Marcion und Tertullian 1 (= LPMT ) the late Prof. Hans von Soden wrote : "Es wiirde durchaus lohnen, auch in den Lukaszitaten Ml und T zu scheiden; aber die Arbeit kann hier nicht nebenbei geleistet wer- den." 2 The present essay attempts this task; to do for Luke what von Soden did for the ten Pauline Epistles. He remarks 3 that in his earlier researches for Das lateinische Neue Testament in A f rika zur Zeit Cyprians, 1909 (= LNTA) he had already noted differences between New Testament quotations taken by Tertullian from Marcion and those cited by Tertullian himself in his other writings. In LPMT he compares the quotations from Marcion's Apostolicon utilized by Tertullian in Advereus Marcionerrz, Book V with Ter- tullian's own references to the texts he quotes in this way, and with his quotations in the other books of the same work and in his other writings. Von Soden's conclusions are: that the trans- lation vocabulary of Marcion's Latin Apostolicon is distinct from that of the Catholic translation used by
Vigiliae Christianae – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1951
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