Dialogue of Timothy and Aquila

The Dialogue of Timothy and Aquila is a Greek Christian text giving a dialogue, akin to that of Dialogue with Trypho, between Timothy, a Christian, and Aquila, a Jew. The text was earlier thought to date to 200 CE, however recent studies assign a later date, as late as the 6th century.[1][2][3][4]

F. C. Conybeare proposed the hypothesis (1898[5]) that two later traditions, the Dialogue of Athanasius and Zacchaeus (Greek, 4th century) and the Dialogue of Timothy and Aquila (Greek, 6th century), were based on an earlier text, and identified that text as related to the lost Dialogue of Jason and Papiscus.[6] His thesis was not widely accepted.

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  1. ^ Martin C. Albl And scripture cannot be broken: the form and function of the early ... 1999 Page 122 "3.4.10 Dialogue of Timothy and Aquila - Williams had dated this dialogue to c. 200 CE, and speculated that it was probably written in Egypt.130 The most recent editor, Robert Gerald Robertson, however, concludes that the work was "
  2. ^ William Varner Ancient Jewish-Christian dialogues: Athanasius and Zacchaeus, Simon and Theophilus, Timothy and Aquila: introductions, texts, and translations E. Mellen Press, 2004 "This work provides the texts and translations of three ancient Jewish-Christian dialogues: The Dialogue of Athanasius and Zacchaeus (Greek, 4th c.); The Dialogue of Simon and Theophilus (Latin, 5th c.); and The Dialogue of Timothy and Aquila (Greek, 6th c.). This is the first published translation of each of these texts. An introduction discusses the context of these dialogues in the "Contra Judaeos" literature of the early church and also explores the question of whether or not they"
  3. ^ The dialogue of Timothy and Aquila: a critical text, introduction Robert Gerald Robertson - 1986
  4. ^ Exploring the scripturesque: Jewish texts and their Christian contexts - Page 173 Robert A. Kraft 2009 "CHAPTER TEN THE DIALOGUE OF TIMOTHY AND AQUILA AND ITS ECHOES OF JUDAISM Interest in this text has spawned a number of dissertations and detailed studies, ...
  5. ^ F. C. Conybeare The Dialogues of Athanasius and Zacchaeus and of Timothy and Aquila, Oxford. 1898. 45. Ibid.. p. xxxiv.
  6. ^ Sébastien Morlet La "démonstration évangélique" d'Eusèbe de Césarée 2009 "Dans le même temps, FC Conybeare se fit lui aussi le défenseur de l'hypothèse «Jason et Papiscus ». En 1898, il suggéra que le Dialogue de Timothée et Aquila et le Dialogue d'Athanase et Zacchée étaient deux recensions différentes d'un "