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<blockquote>/4:1/ [...] confined [...] has been subjected uncertainly [...] its weight unweighed [...]. /2/ As they were perplexed at this strange question, Jesus walked over and stood at the bank of the Jordan River. /3/ He extended his right hand, [took water,] and scattered it over the [...] /4/ And then [...] [scattered] water [...] the [...] and it [became full] before their eyes and produced fruit [...] [much] [...] into [...] [them] [[Complete Gospels]]</blockquote>  
 
<blockquote>/4:1/ [...] confined [...] has been subjected uncertainly [...] its weight unweighed [...]. /2/ As they were perplexed at this strange question, Jesus walked over and stood at the bank of the Jordan River. /3/ He extended his right hand, [took water,] and scattered it over the [...] /4/ And then [...] [scattered] water [...] the [...] and it [became full] before their eyes and produced fruit [...] [much] [...] into [...] [them] [[Complete Gospels]]</blockquote>  
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This page is part of the Jesus Database project.


Data

(1) GEger 4 [67-82]

Crossan analysis:

Item: 132
Stratum: I (30-60 CE)
Attestation: Single
Historicity: -



Texts

(1) GEger 4 [67-82]

/4:1/ [...] confined [...] has been subjected uncertainly [...] its weight unweighed [...]. /2/ As they were perplexed at this strange question, Jesus walked over and stood at the bank of the Jordan River. /3/ He extended his right hand, [took water,] and scattered it over the [...] /4/ And then [...] [scattered] water [...] the [...] and it [became full] before their eyes and produced fruit [...] [much] [...] into [...] [them] Complete Gospels




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