The Gospel of Tatian: Exploring the Nature and Text of the Diatessaron
This volume combines some of the leading voices on the composition and collection of early Christian gospels in order to analyze Tatian's Diatessaron. The rapid rise and sudden suppression of the Diatessaron has raised numerous questions about the nature and intent of this second-century composition. It has been claimed as both a vindication of the fourfold gospel's early canonical status and as an argument for the canon's on-going fluidity; it has been touted as both a premiere witness to the earliest recoverable gospel text and as an early corrupting influence on that text. Collectively, these essays provide the greatest advance in Diatessaronic scholarship in a quarter of a century.
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Crawford, Matthew R. and Zola, Nicholas J., "The Gospel of Tatian: Exploring the Nature and Text of the Diatessaron" (2019). Religion Faculty Books. 9.