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Sayings – Sayings Timeline on Google

Posted by azhttp on June 25, 2009

Sayings

Time Line on Google for the Word Sayings

Google has a timeline feature which lets you browse and search through time for the history of the use of words and phrases.  Sample Timeline results for the word Sayings include:

50 AD – And somewhere about the year AD 50 a collection of the sayings of. 3 Sec note at end of chapter. Jesus was made to serve as a guide to Christian behaviour for those who had been converted by the Gospel preaching.4 …
From Introducing the New Testament

140 AD – Written between 50–140 CE, the 114 secret sayings of Jesus were likely written by Didymos Judas Thomas. The opening and closing passages included in the program were excerpted from a translation by Thomas O. Lambdin:. These are the secret sayings which the …Written between 50–140 CE, the 114 secret sayings of Jesus were likely written by Didymos Judas Thomas. The opening and closing passages included in the program were excerpted from a translation by Thomas O. Lambdin:. These are the secret sayings which the living Jesus spoke and which Didymos Judas Thomas wrote down. And he said, “Whoever finds the interpretation of these sayings will not experience death.”

1477 On 18 November 1477, was finished the printing of the and Sayings of the Philosophers, the first dated book issued in England.

The timeline feature can be used for any word or phrase but may not yield any results or may yield obscure results, depending on what you search for.

Sayings Timeline on Google

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