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H. Connolly, ‘The Work of Menezes on the Malabar Liturgy’, Journal of Theological Studies 15 1914 396–425, 569–89, esp. 407 with note 2: the author compares two texts of the Anaphora of Addai and Mari, one with the institution narrative ( J. F. Raulin, Historia Ecclesiae Malabaricae cum Diamperitana Synodo [Rome 1745 = Westmead 1969] 316–18) and the other without (from the Syriac missal Liturgia . . Adaei et Maris [Urmiae (Persia) 1890], translated in F. E. Brightman, Liturgies Eastern (Oxford 1896) 246, 290, col.

Diese gelten für altkatholische Begriffe zugleich als Vorangänger der Bischöfe, die ersten Bischöfe aller Orte. ’ I owe this reference to Theo Korteweg. 12 Cf. A. v. episcopus 2; G. W. Clarke, The Letters of St. Cyprian of Carthage Translated and Annotated, ii: Letters 28–54 (Ancient Christian Writers 43; New York, NY and Ramsey, NJ, 1983), 167–8. For the Christian East cf. Lampe (n. v. §p¤skopow II B 1 b ii and 2a. 34 ton hilhorst quando de ordinando in locum Iudae episcopo Petrus ad plebem loquitur.

It sounds too good to be true, and in Paul’s letters no trace of it is to be found. Furthermore, Paul’s encounters with the worldly powers are painted in such a way as to make us believe that he was a person of consequence. 28–9). 105–15; J. , 1998) 548; J. Jervel, Die Apostelgeschichte. Übersetzt und erklärt (Kritisch-exegetischer Kommentar über das Neue Testament; Göttingen 1998) 392–3. 28 Haenchen (n. 27) 389; Fitzmyer (n. 27) 555–6. 23). We may also think of Paul’s stay in Rome. 11, and thus had to be tried in Rome.

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