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Quotation of the Minute
"If we trust the author, either of the Gospel or of the early tradition, then even a non-saying may be historically illuminating about the primary Jesus: this was what a primary source, perhaps even a close one, thought that he meant. But how do we distinguish between what Jesus did mean, what an early close acquaintance thought that he meant and what later Christians claimed that he had said?" Robin Lane Fox, The Unauthorized Version, (New York: Vintage, 1993), p. 203.