Hans von Dohnanyi (a high court judge and brother in law to Dietrich Bonhoeffer), on Good Friday 19 43 (23 April), writes to Bonhoeffer, Im reading the Bible a good deal now; it is the only book that does not keep making my thoughts stray. This morning (I read) Matthew 26 28, Luke 22 24, Psalms 68 and 70. I have never been so struck by the remarkable divergences between the two evangelists; how much I would like to talk them over with you. (Letters and Papers from Prison, SCM Press, 1971, p. 25)