Re: Dura-Europos Exhibition at Boston Co

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Time: Wednesday, 4-06-11, 2:23
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On Mar 31, 5:33pm, paradisel...@webtv.net (Poetic Justice) wrote:
>
> JTEM wrote;
>
> >Some of the other "unambiguously
> >christian" images are vastly more
> >problematic.
>
> Like men waiting in a boat and 2 men walking on water could not
> possibly be showing a NT scene?
>
> Man standing over a bed-ridden man and then the bed-ridden man walks
> away carrying the bed.
> That fresco could not possibly be showing Jesus healing the paralytic. 

In addition to the above two frescos, the exhibition also contains the
remnant of a parchment identified as: "the 'Diatesseron,' a harmony of
the four gospels by Tatian." The parchment mentions "a man from
Arimethea [...] by the name of Joseph."

--- FIDOGATE 4.4.10
 * Origin: FTN Gate on kofobbs.net (900:900/1.98)
 

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