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This index presents a list of Old and New testament references and references to extra canonical Christian writings that occur in the book The Sayings of Jesus in the Writings of Justin Martyr. About the middle of the second century, Justin Martyr engaged in an active defense of Christianity against paganism, Judaism, and heretical forms of Christianity for which work he can safely be called the first outstanding Christian apologist. Justin's deviation from nineteenth century and in the early part of the twentieth century to failure of memory, to the use of one or more extra-canonical Gospels, to the use of pre-synoptic material, and to the use of a post-synoptic harmony; and it has sometimes been maintained that there is no way to prove the use of any source other than the canonical Gospels.

Keywords: canonical gospels; Judaism; Justin Martyr

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