According to the Gospel to the Hebrews,
(In Jerome, De Viris illustr., 2).
Here there is an implicit criticism against the traditionalist abstinence from bread, behind the words “Bring a table and bread!”.
This James is proclaimed “brother” by the Risen Jesus himself.
Hence the interpolator of Gal 1:19 was meaning that the Revelation received by Peter and by James was older than the revelation received by Paul, and the reason why Paul had to descend to Jerusalem to pay debt homage to those previous leaders.
So the Catholic interpolator of Gal 1:19 wanted to make Paul subject to James not in virtue of a presumed carnal parentage of James with Jesus (far from it!), but under the same rules of the game wanted by Paul: in terms of (pure precedency about) pure revelation.
Discussion about the New Testament, apocrypha, gnostics, church fathers, Christian origins, historical Jesus or otherwise, etc.
1 post • Page 1 of 1
Nihil enim in speciem fallacius est quam prava religio. -Liv. xxxix. 16.