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“ ‘Epiphanius’ and Patristic Debates on the Marital Status of Peter and Paul”

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AbstractA Syriac fragment erroneously ascribed to Epiphanius of Salamis allegedly preserves the names of the wives of Peter and Paul and draws our attention to patristic debates over the marital status of the apostles. In these contexts scriptural interpretation and ascetic ideals interacted, producing varied conclusions about the apostolic teaching and examples. Some patristic authors accepted the married apostles as a matter of fact, while others saw such suggestions as offensive and dangerous. This essay examines the exegetical approaches to key New Testament passages and explores how this fragment fits within the history of interpretation and biographical reception of Peter and Paul.

Affiliations: 1: Ohio Wesleyan University61 South Sandusky Street, Delaware, Ohio 43015USAdlekodak@gmail.com

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2013-01-01
2016-12-04

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