New Testament Textual Criticism from the Margins to the Center: Jesus' Desire and Manuscripts and Lk 22:43–44

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May 17, 2023

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New Testament, Textual Criticism, Narratology, Christology, Gethsemane


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Claire Clivaz, « New Testament Textual Criticism from the Margins to the Center: Jesus' Desire and Manuscripts and Lk 22:43–44 », Serveur académique Lausannois, ID : 10670/1.5hgzsu


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This article demonstrates how a narrative reading of the Lukan prayer at Gethsemane can be supported by the reconsideration of the early attestations of Lk 22:43–44. The three different readings attested in 0171 (with Lk 22:43–44), P75 (without Lk 22:43–44) and P69 (without Lk 22:42–44[45a]) confirm the presence of a narrative tension around Jesus’ desire in the Lukan pericope, beyond the consideration of 22:43–44 as interpolation or omission.

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