is a term that scholars most often use to refer to the individual stories about and teachings of Jesus that come together to form the canonical gospels. It is also used more generally to refer to any section of Scripture that remains a complete literary unit even when it is “cut out” (the literal meaning of two Greek words from which the term comes) from its immediate context.
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