榮harers in the sacred food of His body鈥?and 鈥榩artners of 杭州按摩足浴网 His board.鈥?It was only, after a generation or more had passed away, outside the atmosphere of Galilee鈥攊t was only to a compiler laboriously tracing back the truth through documents鈥攖hat all these phrases would suggest the thought of Jesus proving his reality by partaking of food that his disciples give to him.
鈥淚t may be said, as though it were 杭州家庭式个人保健 to Luke鈥檚 discredit, 鈥楬e represents Peter as positively testifying to this eating.鈥?Of course he does. You know how speeches are written, even in 杭州洗浴的地方 the most accurate histories. No historian, as a rule, professes to record a speech of any length exactly. If Luke first inferred that Christ ate with the apostles after his death, he would also naturally go on to infer that Peter, in attesting Christ鈥檚 resurrection, must necessarily have included some mention of this fact. I cannot blame him. 杭州桑拿娱乐 I think he was perfectly honest, though in error.鈥?I agreed. But it seemed to me an error much to be regretted.
On one point, however, Scaurus seemed to me to be not quite accurate, when he said of Luke, 鈥淗e represents Peter as positively testifying to this eating.鈥?For Peter鈥檚 speech was to this effect, 鈥淕od raised him up on the third day and 杭州洗浴中心大全 granted that he should be manifested鈥攏ot to all the people but to witnesses previously appointed by God, namely us, who ate with him and 杭州水磨服务项目 drank with him鈥攁fter he had risen from the dead.鈥?Scaurus regarded this as meaning that 鈥渢he eating and drinking鈥?of Christ鈥檚 disciples took place 鈥渁fter his death.鈥?Even if that had
been so, it might be that Jesus was merely present (not eating and drinking) when the disciples ate and drank: and something of this kind I afterwards found in the 杭州桑拿按摩论坛 fourth gospel. But I punctuated the words differently, and interpreted them differently, as meaning that the 鈥渕anifestation鈥?(not the 鈥渆ating鈥? took place after the resurrection; and that the manifestation was limited to those who had been Christ鈥檚 intimate companions, or as the Greeks say, 鈥渟harers of his table,鈥?during his life.
I remembered also an 杭州按摩地址old remark of Scaurus鈥檚 about our modern Roman use of 鈥渃onvivo,鈥?meaning 鈥淚 live with,鈥?and how easily it might be taken to mean the 杭州按摩图片 ordinary 鈥渃onvivor,鈥?meaning 鈥淚 feast with.鈥?Since that, I have found that, in other ways, 鈥渓iving with鈥?and 鈥渆ating with鈥?may be easily confused. For these reasons I concluded that the supposition 杭州桑拿流程 that Jesus ate with the disciples after His resurrection was not justified.
CHAPTER XXVII SCAURUS ON CHRIST鈥橲 RESURRECTION (II)
鈥淚 now come,鈥?said Scaurus,杭州4197龙凤论坛 鈥渢o one of the most interesting of all the traditions of the resurrection鈥攖he 鈥榬olling away of the stone鈥?from the tomb. As to the alleged facts, all the evangelists agree. But Mark alone has preserved traces of what I take to be the historical fact, namely, that the narrative, as it now stands, has sprung from Christian songs and hymns based on Hebrew scriptures and Jewish traditions. I shewed you above how the precept, 鈥楪o for