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 Sāhdwātā da-nbiyē d-ʿal mdabbrānuteh da-mshiḥā

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Author(s): Debié, Muriel
Testimonies of the prophets about the dispensation of Christ Unknown author Date: Unknown, probably c. 720 Original Language: Syriac Description In the guise of a collection of prophecies made by figures in the Hebrew Bible, this East Syrian text is a kind of vademecum of what is to be known about the dispensation of Christ and the sacraments of baptism and the eucharist. It addresses an anonymous reader and has a strong anti-Jewish flavor. At the same time, it tackles issues that are the subject of controversy with Islam, such as the di…

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Author(s): Debié, Muriel
The Apocalypse of Pseudo-Ezra Date of Birth: Unknown Place of Birth: Unknown Date of Death: Unknown Place of Death: Unknown Biography -- Primary Sources of Information -- Secondary Sources of Information -- Works on Christian-Muslim Relations Shēltā d-shēl ʿĀzrā sāprā kad hwā b-madbrā w-talmideh ʿameh da-shmeh Qarpus Muriel Debié

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Author(s): Debié, Muriel
Testimonies of the prophets about the dispensation ofChrist Date of Birth: Unknown Place of Birth: Unknown Date of Death: Unknown Place of Death: Unknown Biography -- Primary Sources of Information -- Secondary Sources of Information -- Works on Christian-Muslim Relations Sāhdwātā da-nbiyē d-ʿal mdabbrānuteh da-mshiḥā Muriel Debié

 Shēltā d-shēl ʿĀzrā sāprā kad hwā b-madbrā w-talmideh ʿameh da-shmeh Qarpus

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Author(s): Debié, Muriel
Ḥezwā da-ḥzā 'Āzrā sāprā ʿal malkutā d-IshmaʿlāyēThe Question of Ezra the Scribe, which he asked when he was in the desert with his disciple CarpusThe Vision of Ezra the Scribe which he saw concerning the kingdom of the Ishmaelites, The Apocalypse of Pseudo-Ezra Unknown author Date: Unknown, perhaps early 8th c. Original Language: Syriac Description This brief East-Syrian text (seven pages in the manuscripts and editions) is anonymous and does not give any clear information about its time of composition. It contains the Christian apocryphal revelati…