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The many Christian legends in many languages about the lives of Adam and Eve
probably have their origin in a Jewish writing (or writings) about the biblical first
man and woman. The most important of these works are the Latin Vita Adae et ...
The Apocalypse of Baruch was written about the same time as II (IV) Esdras, and
the less profound Apocalypse probably depends much upon II Esdras. The
Apocalypse of Baruch survives only in a Syriac version translated from Greek; ...
The following rearrangement of the parts of the letter is probably acceptable.
Chapter 4, verses 10–20 shows Paul reacting to the gift of the Philippians and the
arrival of its bearer, Epaphroditus, and seems to be the earliest fragment, written
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