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The Diatessaron of Tatian (Cont.)

The Text of the Diatessaron. (Cont.)

Section VIII.

1 And the Pharisees went out, and consulted together concerning him, that they Mat_12:14 2 might destroy him. And Jesus perceived, and removed thence: and great multitudes Mat_12:15 3 followed him; and he healed all of them: and he forbade them that they should Mat_12:16 4 not make him known:1 that the saying in Isaiah the prophet might be fulfilled, which said, Mat_12:17 5 Behold, my servant2 with whom I am pleased; My beloved in whom my soul hath delighted:3 My spirit have I put upon him, And he shall proclaim to the nations judgement. Mat_12:18 6 He shall not dispute, nor cry out; And no man shall hear his voice in the marketplace. Mat_12:19 7 And a bruised reed shall he not break, And a smoking lamp4 shall he not extinguish, Until he shall bring forth judgement unto victory. Mat_12:20 8 And the nations shall rejoice in his name.5 Mat_12:21 9 And in those days Jesus went out to the mountain that he might pray, and he Luk_6:12 10 spent the night6 there in prayer to God. And when the morning was come, he called the disciples. And he went towards the sea: and there followed him much people Luk_6:13 Mar_3:7 11 from Galilee that he might pray,7 and from Judaea, and from Jerusalem, and from Idumaea, and from beyond Jordan, and from Tyre, and from Sidon, and from De- Mar_3:8 12 capolis; and great multitudes came unto him, which had heard what he did. And he spake to his disciples to bring him the boat because of the multitudes, that they Mar_3:9 13 Arabic p. 31 might not throng him. And he healed many, so that they were almost falling on him8 on account of their seeking to get near him. And9 those that had Mar_3:10 14 plagues and unclean spirits, as soon as they beheld him, would fall, and Mar_3:11 15 cry out, and say, Thou art the Son of God. And he rebuked them much, that they Mar_3:12 16 should not make him known. And those that were under the constraint of10 un- Luk_6:18 17 clean spirits were healed. And all of the crowd were seeking to come near11 him; because power went out from him, and he healed them all. Luk_6:19 18, 19 And when Jesus saw the multitudes, he went up to the mountain. And he called his disciples, and chose from them twelve; and they are those whom he named Mat_5:1 Luk_6:13 20 apostles: Simon, whom he named Cephas, and Andrew his brother, and James and Luk_6:14 21 John, and Philip and Bartholomew, and Matthew and Thomas, and James the son Luk_6:15 22 of Alphaeus, and Simon which was called the Zealot, and Judas the son of James, Luk_6:16 23 and Judas the Iscariot, being he that had betrayed him.12 And Jesus went down with them and stood in the plain, and the company of his disciples, and the great Luk_6:17 24 multitude of people. And these twelve he chose to be with him, and that he might Mar_3:14 25 send them to preach, and to have power to heal the sick and to cast out devils. Luk_6:20 Mat_5:2 26 Then he lifted up his eyes unto them, and opened his mouth, and taught them, and said, Mat_5:3 27 Blessed are the poor in spirit: for the kingdom of heaven is theirs. Mat_5:4 28 Blessed are the sorrowful: for they shall be comforted. Mat_5:5 29 Blessed are the humble: for they shall inherit the earth. Mat_5:6 30 Blessed are they that hunger and thirst after righteousness: for they shall be satisfied. Mat_5:7 31 Blessed are the merciful: for on them shall be mercy. Mat_5:8 32 Arabic p. 32 Blessed are the pure in their hearts: for they shall see God. Mat_5:9 33 Blessed are the peacemakers: for they shall be called the sons of God. Mat_5:10 34 Blessed are they that were persecuted13 for righteousness’ sake: for the kingdom of heaven is theirs. Luk_6:22 35 Blessed are ye when men shall hate you, and separate you from them, and persecute you, and reproach you, and shall speak against you with all evil talk, for my Mat_5:11 36 sake, falsely. Then rejoice and be glad, for your reward is great in heaven: for so persecuted they the prophets before you. Mat_5:12 37 But woe unto you rich! for ye hive received your consolation. Luk_6:24 38 Woe unto you that are satisfied! ye shall hunger. Woe unto you that laugh now! ye shall weep and be sad. Luk_6:25 39 Woe unto you when men praise you! for so did their fathers use to do to the false prophets. Luk_5:26 40 Unto you do I say, ye which hear, Ye are the salt of the earth: if then the salt become tasteless, wherewith shall it be salted? For any purpose it is of no use, but Luk_6:27 Mat_5:13 41 is thrown outside, and men tread upon it. Ye are the light of the world. It is Mat_5:14 42 impossible that a city built on a mountain should be hid. Neither do they light a lamp and place it under a bushel, but on the lamp-stand, and it giveth light to all Mat_5:15 43 who are in the house. So shall14 your light shine before men, that they may see Mat_5:16 44 your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven. There is nothing Mar_4:22 45 secret that shall not be revealed, or hidden that shall not be known. Whoever hath ears that hear, let him hear. Mar_4:23 46 Think not that I came to destroy the law or the prophets; I came not to destroy, Mat_5:17 47 Arabic p. 33 but to complete. Verily I say unto you, Until heaven and earth shall pass, there shall not pass one point or one letter of the law, until all of it shall be Mat_5:18 48 accomplished. Every one who shall violate now one of these small commandments, and shall teach men so, shall be called lacking in the kingdom of heaven: every one that shall do and teach shall15 be called great in the kingdom Mat_5:19 49 of heaven. I say unto you now, unless your righteousness abound more than that of the scribes and Pharisees, ye shall not enter the kingdom of heaven. Mat_5:20 50 Ye have heard that it was said to the ancients, Do not kill; and every one that Mat_5:21 51 killeth is worthy of the judgement. But I say unto you that every one who is angry with his brother without a cause is worthy of the judgement; and every one that saith to his brother, Thou foul one, is condemned16 by the synagogue; and whoso- Mat_5:22 52 ever saith to him, Thou fool, is worthy of the fire of Gehenna. If thou art now offering thy gift at the altar, and rememberest there that thy brother hath conceived Mat_5:23 53 against thee any grudge, leave thy gift at the altar, and go first and satisfy thy Mat_5:24 54 brother, and then return and offer thy gift. Join17 thine adversary quickly, and while thou art still with him in the way, give a ransom and free thyself from him; Mat_5:25 Luk_12:58 55 test thine adversary deliver thee to the judge, and the judge deliver thee to the tax- Mat_5:25 56 collector, and thou fall into prison. And verily I say unto thee, Thou shall not go out thence until thou payest the last farthing. Mat_5:26 57, 58 Ye have heard that it was said, Do not commit adultery: but I now say unto you, that every one that looketh at a woman lusting after her hath forthwith already Mat_5:27 Mat_5:28 59 Arabic p. 34 committed adultery with her in his heart. If thy right eye injure thee, put it out and cast it from thee; for it is preferable for thee that one of thy Mat_5:29 60 members should perish, and not thy whole body go into the fire of hell. And if thy right hand injure thee, cut it off and cast it from thee; and it is better for thee that Mat_5:30 61 one of thy members should perish, and not thy whole body fall into Gehenna. It was said that he that putteth away his wife should give her a writing of divorcement: Mat_5:31 62 but I say unto you, that every one that putteth away his wife, except for the cause of adultery, hath made it lawful for18 her to commit adultery: and whosoever taketh one that is put away committeth adultery. Mat_5:32


1 Lit. lead to him.

2 The Arabic word strictly means young man.

3 Or, rested.

4 Or, wick.

5 The Arab. might also mean, And he shall preach the good tidings to the peoples in his name cf. Section 22, 4712.

6 This phrase, in this case adopted from the Syriac, really means, in Arab., morning found him.

7 It must be remembered that we have here only one ms. The Arabic words for Galilee and for mountain are very similar. The words that he might pray have therefore probably made their way here by some error from Section 8, 9, above.

8 So with the Peshitta by transposing two letters. The Arabic text as it stands can hardly be translated. Almost may be simply a corruption of the Arabic word were.

9 The syntax of the Arabic is ambiguous. The alternative followed above, which seems the most natural, is that which agrees most nearly with the Peshitta.

10 Or, troubled with.

11 This is the meaning of the Arabic word, as it is the primary meaning of the Syria; but in this work a number of words meaning approach are used and generally translated in the sense of touch. The commonest word so used is that in Section 12, 13 cf. also Section 12, 35.

12 So Vatican ms., followed by Ciasca cf. Sin.. Borgian ms. has he that was betraying or was a traitor cf. Peshitta.

13 This word, the ordinary meaning of which is expel, is freely used by our translator in the sense of persecute.

14 Or, let cf. Section 4, 20 7.

15 Lit. this man shall.

16 See Section 10, 13 3.

17 The text is rather uncertain.

18 The text is probably corrupt. Vat. ms. has on margin, i.e., caused her.

Section IX.

1 Ye have heard also that it was said unto the ancients, Lie not, but perform unto Mat_5:33 2 God in thy oaths: but I say unto you, Swear not at all; neither by heaven, for it Mat_5:34 3 is God’s throne; nor by the earth, for it is a footstool under his feet; nor yet by Mat_5:35 4 Jerusalem, for it is the city of the great1 King. Neither shalt thou swear by thy Mat_5:36 5 head, for thou canst not make in it one lock of hair black or white. But your word shall be either Yea or Nay, and what is in excess of this is of the evil one. Mat_5:37 6, 7 Ye have heard that it was said, Eye for eye, and tooth for tooth: but I say unto you, Stand not in opposition to the evil;2 but whosoever smiteth thee on thy right Mat_5:38 Mat_5:39 8 cheek,3 turn to him also the other. And he that would sue thee, and take thy tunic, Mat_5:40 9 leave to him also thy wrapper. And whosoever compelleth thee one mite, go with Mat_5:41 10 Arabic p. 35 him twain. And he that asketh thee, give unto him: and he that would borrow of thee, prevent him not. And prosecute4 not him that taketh thy Mat_5:42 Luk_6:30 11 substance. And as ye desire that men should do to you, so do ye also to them. Luk_6:31 12, 13 Ye have heard that it was said, Love thy neighbour and hate thine enemy: but I say unto you, Love your enemies, and pray for those that curse you, and deal well with those that hate you, and pray for those who take you with violence and per- Mat_5:43 Mat_5:44 14 secute you; that ye may be sons of your heavenly Father, who maketh his sun to rise on the good and the evil, and sendeth down his rain on the righteous and the Mat_5:45 15 unrighteous. If ye love them that love you, what reward shall ye have? for the pub- Mat_5:46 Luk_6:32 16 licans and sinners also love those that love them. And if ye do a kindness to those Luk_6:33 17 who treat you well, where is your superiority? for sinners also do likewise. And if ye lend to him of whom ye hope for a reward,5 where is your superiority? for the Luk_6:34 18 sinners also lend to sinners, seeking recompense from6 them. But love your enemies, and do good to them, and lend, and cut not off the hope of any man; that your reward may be great, and ye may be the children of the Highest: for he is lenient Luk_6:35 19 towards the wicked and the ungrateful. Be ye merciful, even as your Father also is Luk_6:36 20 merciful. And if ye inquire for the good of your brethren only, what more have Mat_5:47 21 ye done than others? is not this the conduct of the publicans also? Be ye now7 perfect, even as your Father which is in heaven is perfect. Mat_5:48 22 Consider your alms; do them not before men to let them see you: and if it be not Mat_6:1 23 Arabic p. 36 so,8 ye have no reward before your Father which is in the heavens. When then thou givest an alms now, do not sound a trumpet before thee, as do the people of hypocrisy, in the synagogues and the marketplaces, that men may praise them. And Mat_6:2 24 verily say I unto you, They have received their reward. But thou, when Mat_6:3 25 thou doest alms, let thy left hand not know what thy right hand doeth; that thine alms may be concealed: and thy Father which seeth in secret shall reward thee openly. Mat_6:4 26 And whenever thou prayest, be not as the hypocrites, who love to stand in the synagogues and in the corners of the marketplaces for prayers, that men may be- Mat_6:5 27 hold them. And verily say I unto you, They have received their reward. But thou, when thou prayest, enter into thy closet, and fasten thy door, and pray to thy Father in secret, and thy Father which seeth in secret shall reward thee openly. Mat_6:6 28 And whenever ye pray, be not babblers, as the heathen; for they think that by the Mat_6:7 29 abundance of their words they shall be heard. Then be not ye now like unto them: Mat_6:8 30 for your Father knoweth your request before ye ask him. One of his disciples said Luk_11:1 31 unto him, Our Lord, teach us to pray, as John taught his disciples. Jesus said unto Luk_11:2 32 them, Thus now pray ye now:9 Our Father which art in heaven, Hallowed be thy Mat_6:9 33, 34 name. Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done,10 as in heaven, so on earth. Give us the Mat_6:10 Mat_6:11 35 food of to-day. And forgive, us our trespasses, as we forgave those that trespassed Mat_6:12 36 against us. And bring us not into temptations, but deliver us from the evil one. For Mat_6:13 37 Arabic p. 37 thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, for ever and ever.11 If ye forgive men their wrong-doing,12 your Father which is in heaven will forgive you. Mat_6:14 38 But if ye forgive not men, neither will your Father pardon your wrong-doing. Mat_6:15 39 When ye fast, do not frown, as the hypocrites; for they make their faces austere, that they may be seen of13 men that they are fasting. Verily I say unto you, They Mat_6:16 40 have received their reward. But when thou fastest, wash thy face and anoint thy Mat_6:17 41 head; that thou make not an appearance to men of fasting, but to thy Father which is in secret: and thy Father which seeth in secret shall reward thee. Mat_6:18 42 Be not agitated, little flock; for your Father hath delighted to give you the king- Luk_12:32 43 dom. Sell your possessions, and give in alms; take to yourselves purses that wax Luk_12:33 44 not old. Lay not up treasure on earth, where moth and worm corrupt, and where Mat_6:19 45 thieves break through and steal: but lay up for yourselves treasure in heaven, where Mat_6:20 46 moth and worm do not corrupt, nor thieves break through nor steal: for where your Mat_6:21 47 treasure is, there also will your heart be. The lamp of the body is the eye: if then14 Mat_6:22 48 thine eye now be sound, thy whole body also shall be light. But if thine eye be evil, all thy body shall be dark. And if the light which is in thee is darkness, how Mat_6:23 49 great is15 thy darkness! Be watchful that the light which is in thee be not darkness. Luk_11:35 50 Because that, if thy whole body is light, and have no part dark, it shall all be light, as the lamp giveth light to thee with its flame. Luk_11:36


1 The adj. is in the superlative.

2 A literal reproduction of the Greek, like that in Syr.. versions.

3 Lit. jaw.

4 Or, punish.

5 Or, return.

6 Or, to be given back as much by.

7 Our translator is continually using this word cf. Section 9, 23 where the context and the originals require then or therefore. We shall only occasionally reproduce the peculiarity.

8 A clumsy phrase.

9 The Arabic text makes Matthew begin here.

10 The text as printed reads, That thy will may be done; but it is to be explained as a very common grammatical transcriptional error. The Cur., however, has and.

11 Lit. unto the age of the ages.

12 Or, folly; and so in following verse.

13 Or, shew to.

14 Or, for if

15 Or, will be.

Section X.

1 Arabic p. 38 No man can serve two masters; and that because it is necessary that he hate one of them and love the other, and honour one of them and despise the Mat_6:24 2 other. Ye cannot serve God and possessions. And because of this I say unto you, Be not anxious for yourselves,1 what ye shall eat and what ye shall drink; neither for your bodies, what ye shall put on. Is not the life better than the food, and the body Mat_6:25 3 than the raiment? Consider the birds of the heaven, which sow not, nor reap, nor store in barns; and yet your Father which is in heaven feedeth them. Are not ye Mat_6:26 4 better than they? Who of you when he trieth is able to add to his stature one Mat_6:27 5 cubit? If then ye are not able for a small thing, why are ye anxious about the Luk_12:26 6, 7 rest? Consider the wild lily, how it grows, although it toils not, nor spins; and I say unto you that Solomon in the greatness of his glory was not clothed like one of Mat_6:28 Mat_6:29 8 them. And if God so clothe the grass of the field, which to-day is, and to-morrow Mat_6:30 9 is cast2 into the oven, how much more shall be unto you, O ye of little faith! Be not anxious, so as to say, What shall we eat? or, What shall we drink? or, With Mat_6:31 10 what shall we be clothed? Neither let your minds be perplexed in this: all these things the nations of the world seek; and your Father which is in heaven knoweth Luk_12:29 Mat_6:32 11 your need of all these things. Seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteous- Mat_6:33 12 Arabic p. 39 ness; and all these shall come to you as something additional for you. Be not anxious for the morrow; for the morrow shall be anxious for what belongs to it. Sufficient unto the day is its evil. Mat_6:34 13 Judge not, that ye be not judged: condemn3 not, that ye be not condemned: Mat_7:1 Luk_6:37 14 forgive, and it shall be forgiven you: release, and ye shall be released: give, that ye may be given unto; with good measure, abundant, full, they shall thrust4 into your Luk_6:38 15 bosoms. With what measure ye measure it shall be measured to you. See to it what ye hear: with what measure ye measure it shall be measured to you; and ye Mar_4:24 16 shall be given more. I say unto those that hear, He that hath shall be given unto; and he that hath not, that which he regards5 as his shall be taken from him. Mar_4:25 17 And he spake unto them a parable, Can a blind man haply guide a blind man? Luk_6:39 18 shall6 they not both fall into a hollow? A disciple is not better than his master; Luk_6:40 19 every perfect man shall be as his master. Why lookest thou at the mote which is in the eye of thy brother, but considerest not the column that is in thine own eye? Luk_6:41 20 Or how canst thou say to thy brother, Brother, I will take out the mote from thine eye; and the column which is in thine eye thou seest not? Thou hypocrite, take out first the column from thine eye; and then shalt thou see to take out the mote from the eye of thy brother. Luk_6:42 21 Give not that which is holy unto the dogs, neither cast your pearls before the swine, lest they trample them with their feet, and return and wound you. Mat_7:6 22 And he said unto them, Who of you, that hath a friend, goeth to him at mid- Luk_11:5 23 night, and saith unto him, My friend, lend me three loaves; for a friend hath come Luk_11:6 24 Arabic p. 40 to me from a journey, and I have nothing to offer to him: and that friend shall answer him from within, and say unto him, Trouble me not; for the door is shut, and my children are with me in bed, and I cannot rise and give thee? Luk_11:7 25 And verily I say unto you, If he will not give him because of friendship, yet because Luk_11:8 26 of his importunity he will rise and give him what he seeketh. And I also say unto you, Ask, and ye shall be given unto; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be Luk_11:9 27 opened unto you. Every one that asketh receiveth, and he that seeketh findeth, and Luk_11:10 28 he that knocketh, it shall be opened to him. What father of you, shall his son ask for bread - will he, think you, give him a stone?7 and if he ask of him a fish, will he, Luk_11:11 29 think you, instead of the fish give him a serpent? and if he ask him for an egg, will Luk_11:12 30 he, think you, extend to him a scorpion? If ye then, although being evil, know the gifts which are good, and give them to your children, how much more shall your Luk_11:23 31 Father which is in heaven give the Holy Spirit to them that ask him? Whatsoever ye would that men should do to you, do ye even so to them: this is the law and the prophets. Mat_7:12 32 Enter8 ye by the narrow gate; for the wide gate and the broad way lead to de- Mat_7:13 33 struction, and many they be which go therein. How narrow is the gate and straitened the way leading to life! and few be they that find it. Mat_7:14 34 Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep’s9 clothing, while within Mat_7:15 35 they are ravening wolves. But by their fruits ye shall know them. For every tree is known by its fruit. For figs are not gathered10 of thorns, neither are grapes plucked of Mat_7:16 Luk_6:44 36 briers. Even so every good tree bringeth forth good fruit, but the evil tree bringeth Mat_7:17 37 Arabic p. 41 forth evil fruit. The good tree cannot bring forth evil fruit, neither can the Mat_7:18 38 evil tree bring forth good fruit. The good man from the good treasures that are in his heart bringeth forth good things; and the evil man from the evil treasures that are in his heart bringeth forth evil things: and from the overflowings of the Luk_6:45 39 heart the lips speak. Every tree that beareth not good fruit is cut down and cast Mat_7:19 40, 41 into the fire. Therefore by their fruits ye shall know them. Not all that say unto me, My Lord, my Lord, shall enter the kingdom of the heavens; but he that doeth Mat_7:20 Mat_7:21 42 the will of my Father which is in heaven. Many shall say unto me in that day, My Lord, my Lord, did we not prophesy in thy name, and in thy name cast out Mat_7:22 43 devils, and in thy name do many powers? Then shall I say unto them, I never Mat_7:23 44 knew you: depart from me, ye servants of iniquity. Every man that cometh unto Luk_6:47 45 me, and heareth my sayings, and doeth them, I will shew you to what he is like: he is like the wise man which built a house, and digged and went deep, and laid the Luk_6:48 46 foundations on a rock: and the rain came down, and the rivers overflowed, and the winds blew, and shook that house, and it fell not: for its foundation was laid on Mat_7:25 47 rocks. And every one that heareth these my words, and doeth them not, is like Mat_7:26 48 the foolish man which built his house on sand, without foundation: and the rain descended, and the rivers overflowed, and the winds blew, and smote upon that house, and it fell: and the fall of it was great. Mat_7:27


1 Or, your souls or, your lives.

2 Lit. falleth cf. Syriac.

3 The word means to contend successfully, but is used throughout by our translator in the sense of condemn.

4 This is the reading adopted by Ciasca in his Latin version. The diacritical points in the Arabic text, as he has printed it perhaps a misprint, give second person plural passive instead of third plural active.

5 cf. Luk_8:18. Our translator uses the same word in Section 50, 5 = Luk_23:8, and in both cases it represents the same word in the Syriac versions.

6 Or, Do.

7 The Arabic might also be rendered, What father of you, whom his son asketh for bread, will think you give him a stone? But as the Peshitta preserves the confused construction of the Greek, it is probably better to render as above.

8 There is nothing about striving. The verb is walaga, which means enter cf. Section 11, 48.

9 Or, lambs’

10 The verbs might be singular active, but not plural as in Syriac versions cf., however, Section 38, 43 8. In the Borgian ms the nouns are in the accusative.

Section XI.

1 Arabic p. 42 And when Jesus finished these sayings, the multitudes were astonished Mat_7:28 2 at his teaching; and that because he was teaching them as one having authority, not as their scribes and the Pharisees. Mat_7:29 3 And when he descended from the mountain, great multitudes followed him. Mat_8:1 4 And when Jesus entered Capernaum, the servant of one of the chiefs was in an Mat_8:5 Luk_7:2 5 evil case, and he was precious to him, and he was at the point of death. And he Luk_7:3 6 heard of Jesus, and came to him with the elders of the Jews; and he besought him, and said, My Lord, my boy is laid in the house paralysed,1 and he is suffering griev- Mat_8:5 Mat_8:6 7 ous torment. And the elders urgently requested of him, and said, He is worthy that Luk_7:4 8 this should be done unto him: for he loveth our people, and he also built the syna- Luk_7:5 9, 10 gogue for us. Jesus said unto him, I will come and heal him. That chief answered and said, My Lord, I am not worthy that my roof should shade thee; but it sufficeth Mat_8:7 Mat_8:8 11 that thou speak a word, and my lad shall be healed. And I also am a man in obedience to authority, having under my hand soldiers:2 and I say to this one, Go, and he goeth; and to another, Come, and he cometh; and to my servant that he do this, Luk_7:8 12 and he doeth it. And when Jesus heard that, he marvelled at him,3 and turned and said unto the multitude that were coming with him, Verily I say unto you, I have Luk_7:9 Mat_8:10 13 not found in Israel the like of this faith. I say unto you, that many shall come from the east and the west, and shall recline with Abraham and Isaac and Jacob Mat_8:11 14 Arabic p. 43 in the kingdom of heaven: but the children of the kingdom shall be cast Mat_8:12 15 forth into the outer darkness: and there shall be weeping and gnashing of teeth. And Jesus said to that chief, Go thy way; as thou hast believed, so shall it be unto thee. Mat_8:13 16 And his lad was healed in that hour. And that chief returned to the house and found that sick servant healed. Luk_7:10 17 And the day after, he was going to a city called Nain, and his disciples with him, Luk_7:11 18 and a great multitude. And when he was come near the gate of the c