T A O P A T T AThe Acts of Peter
and the Twelve Apostles
Non-Christian Ascetic Allegory and Hellenic Parody ?
having renounced all actions by the mind
dwells at ease in the City of Nine Gates,
neither working nor causing work to be done.
--- Bhagvad Gita 5:13
Parody 101: The Christian Covenant(s)
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Parody 101 - The "Spiritual" Covenant of Christian Ministry?
|1||[...] which [...] purpose||101|
|2||[... after ...] us [...] apostles [...].||101|
|3||We sailed [...] of the body.||101|
|4||Others were not anxious in their hearts.||101|
|5||And in our hearts, we were united.||101|
|6||We agreed to fulfill the ministry to which the Lord appointed us.||101|
|7||And we made a covenant with each other.||101|
|8||We went down to the sea at an opportune moment, which came to us from the Lord.||101|
|10||They showed great kindliness toward us as was ordained by the Lord.||101|
|12||After that, a wind came up behind the ship and brought us to a small city in the midst of the sea.||101|
|55||It is necessary for us to spread the word of God in every city harmoniously."||101|
|83||In a bond of faith we forsook everything as he had said (to do).||101|
|120||Peter answered and said to him, "Lord, you have taught us to forsake the world and everything in it.||101|
|121||We have renounced them for your sake.||101|