Category Archives: New Testament

Concordance of the Sahidic New Testament

An invaluable resource for the study of Coptic literature: the concordance of the Sahidic version of the New Testament, published in the Corpus Scriptorum Christianorum Orientalium series. L.-Th. Lefort, Concordance du Nouveau Testament sahidique, I. Les mots d’origine grecque (CSCO, … Continue reading

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A Hitherto Unnoticed Coptic Fragment from the Apocalypse of John

Earlier this year, my friend Christian Askeland completed and defended successfully his doctoral thesis at the University of Cambridge. The title of his dissertation is “John’s Gospel: The Coptic Translations of Its Greek Text,” and it was already accepted for … Continue reading

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New Coptic Fragments from a Homily by Severus of Antioch (Attributed Also to Gregory of Nyssa and Hesychius of Jerusalem)

Severus, the “Monophysite” patriarch of Antioch, was one of most gifted theologians of his time.[1] He came to the Episcopal See of Antioch in 512, under the rule of the anti-Chalcedonian emperor Anastasius, and was in charge of the bishopric … Continue reading

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