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Definition of Pericope

Pericope
Pericope Pe*ric"o*pe, n. [L., section of a book, Gr. ?; ? around + ? to cut.] A selection or extract from a book; especially (Theol.), a selection from the Bible, appointed to be read in the churches or used as a text for a sermon.

Meaning of Pericope from wikipedia

- A pericope (/pəˈrɪkəpiː/; Gr**** περικοπή, "a cutting-out") in rhetoric is a set of verses that forms one coherent unit or thought, suitable for public...
- Jesus and the woman taken in adultery (often called Pericope Adulterae for short) is a p****age (pericope) found in the Gospel of John 7:53–8:11, that has...
- Lists of Bible pericopes itemize Bible stories or pericopes of the Bible. They include stories from the Hebrew Bible and from the Christian New Testament...
- Archived 2010-01-07 at the Wayback Machine Patrologia Graeca vol. 129, col. 1280 C-D, via Roger Pe****, Euthymius Zigabenus and the Pericope Adulterae, 2009....
- Allison view the pericope as instrumental in ****erting the divinity of Jesus among early Christians. Alan Robinson sees the pericope as important in establishing...
- of the p****age between John 7:53 and John 8:11, known as the Pericope adulterae or Pericope de Adultera. It appears in the King James Version but modern...
- The Pericopes of Henry II (German: Perikopenbuch Heinrichs II.; Munich, Bavarian State Library, Clm 4452) is a luxurious medieval illuminated m****cript...
- calling the woman an adulteress. The parallel is clear to the famous Pericope Adulterae (John 7:53–8:11), a problematic p****age absent or relocated in...
- eds., The Pericope of the Adulteress in Contemporary Research (2016, London & NY, Bloomsbury T&T Clark); John David Punch, The Pericope Adulterae: Theories...
- murderer, is sometimes seen as an ancestor of evil. Some scholars suggest the pericope may have been based on a Sumerian story representing the conflict between...