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I'm afraid there isn't one. The 1997 posthumous publication of Robert A. Pretty's 1964 Doctoral Thesis, Adamantius: Dialogue on the True Faith in God, is, as far as the editor of the 1997 book knows, the ONLY English translation around.Ben C. Smith wrote:Okay, all epistles have been posted!
Does anyone know where to find an online English translation of the Adamantius Dialogue? (I have no great desire to translate all those references myself....)
Perhaps, if you approach Peeters reverently, they might allow online posting of the translation itself (sans the editorial preambles, introductions, etc.). Throw in a link to where folks can order a hardcopy as an inducement. They do still make small batches of prints of it available for sale through online booksellers, but I do not get the impression this is being printed to make money, but to further research.In 1992 the Department of Religious Studies and the School of Divinity in the University of Sydney combined to form the School of Studies in Religion. In 2000 the School of Studies in Religion became the Department of Studies in Religion within the School of English, Art History, Film and Media in the Faculty of Arts. http://nla.gov.au/anbd.aut-an35526608
According to the index:Ben C. Smith wrote:Thanks for the information. It would be great to get a full translation online, but all I really need is the references to the Marcionite gospel and epistles. I have not counted to see how many there are of those... or whether fair use would be violated thereby....