Tatiani Evangelium

Tatiani Evangelium Epiphanius (Haeres. 46, 1; 47, 4) mentions a Gospel of Tatian as being used by the Encratites, and even among the Catholic Christians of Syria. Being compiled from the four gospels, it is also called εὐαγγελ. διὰ τεσσάρων (Theodoret. Haeret. Facbul. 1, 20; Coll. Ambros. Proam. in Luc; Euseb. Hist. Eccl. 4:20). Epiphanius erroneously identified it with the Evangelium sec. Hebraeos (see Fabric. 1, 377). See Semisch, Tatiani Diatessaron, Antiquissimum N.1. Evangeliorum in unum Digestorum Specimen (Breslau, 1856). Tatian is otherwise also censured as being a dangerous compilator and falsifier of Holy Writ (Fabric. 2, 538). The still extant gospel harmony (reprinted in Orthodoxogrraphis and Bibl. Patrum, s.v. Tatian), ascribed to Tatian by Victor Capuanus in Praefatio. ad Anonymi Harmoniam Evangelicam, does not belong to him. See Fabricius, Codex Apocryphus N.T. 1, 378; 2. 510. (B. P.)

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