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Three short introductions to Mark, Luke, and John that offer detail concerning the lives of the authors of the Gospels.
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Anti-Marcionite (Gospel) Prologues
ANTI-MARCIONITE (GOSPEL) PROLOGUES. Short prefixes to the gospels of Mark, Luke, and John (if one existed for Matthew, it has been lost) which at one time were widely believed to have an anti-Marcion bias. The anti-Marcionite Prologues were found together for the first time in the 8th century Latin ms
The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church
Anti-Marcionite Prologues. The short introductory prologues, prefixed to the Gospels of Mk., Lk., and Jn. (that of Mt., if it ever existed, has been lost), which are contained in some 40 MSS of the Vulgate. They were written in Greek, but only that to Luke has survived in its original language. D. de
The Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible, Volume 1, A–C
Anti-Marcionite Prologues. Some mss of the Vulgate include brief introductions to Mark, Luke, and John that support the church tradition regarding their authorship and value (Latin text in K. Aland, Synopsis quattuor evangeliorum, 5th ed. , 532–33). These prologues have been thought to reflect