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John Dominic Crossan

Crossan draws on this item in his discussion of open commensality [Historical Jesus] (261-64). He considers the version in Thom 102 as the more original, because of "its conjunction of woe, dog-in-the-manger proverb, and metaphor of eating." For his detailed argument see [In Fragments: The Aphorisms of Jesus] (1983:29-36).