[German Version] A
Gospel of the Hebrews is mentioned by Papias (Eus.
Hist. eccl. III 39.17) and Hegesippus (Eus.
Hist. eccl. IV 22.8) and is cited by representatives of the Alexandrian school, Clement (
Stromata, II 9.45; IV 14.96), Origen (
Comm. Jo. II 12;
Hom. Jer. XV 4), and Didymus (
Comm. Ps. 33 .1). It is the document of a Jewish Christian community, probably from Egypt. It must be differentiated from both the
Gospel of the
Egyptians and the
Gospel of the Ebionites (Ebionites, Gospel of the). Jerome frequently cites a
Gospel of the Hebrews read by the Nazoreans, a Jewish-Christ…