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Early Christian Discourses on Jesus’ Prayer at Gethsemane

Courageous, Committed, Cowardly?

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In the light of Jesus’s ministry as a whole, his agonized prayer (Gethsemane) is troublesome. He failed to meet the standards of dying “like a man.” How did the first centuries of Christians come to terms with this embarrassing story?

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