The Diatessaron is a prominent Gospel harmony created by Tatian, an early Christian apologist and monk. The Diatessaron was used as the standard Gospel text in the liturgy of at least some sections of the Syrian Church for possibly up to two centuries and was quoted or alluded to by Syrian writers. This volume contains the English translation of fragments from St. Ephraim's commentary on the Diatessaron, along with J. Rendel Harris' notes.
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J. Rendel Harris (1852–1941) was educated at Clare College, Cambridge, before becoming Professor of New Testament Greek at Johns Hopkins University and at Haverford College. Harris then taught theology at Leiden University. He spent much of his career in the Near East collecting and translating rare manuscripts.