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Well, I'll just translate a part belonging to ap.Cleopas, written in the Orthodox Encyclopaedia Cleopas [gr. Κλεόπας, Κλωπᾶς; lat. Cleophas] (I cen.), ap. of 70th (mem. 4 Jan - in Council; mem. byzant. 29 Oct. и 30 Jun - in Council). Most of hermeneuts of ancient Church didn't seek to determine the person of the hidden companion of Cl., but some authors ...


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There is no biblical evidence for any brother of Joseph, in fact Luke 24:18 introduces Cleopas as if the author knew nothing of any relationship between Jesus and Cleopas. John 19:25 refers to Cleophas, perhaps the same person, simply as the husband of a woman called Mary, who was also the sister of Mary, mother of Jesus. Richard Buckham (Gospel Women, page ...



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