Lost Scriptures: Books That Did Not Make It into the New Testament

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LOST SCRIPTURES
BOOKS THAT DID NOT MAKE IT
INTO THE NEW TESTAMENT

Bart D. Ehrman

OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS 2003

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Lost Scriptures: Books That Did Not Make It into the New Testament
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Contents v
  • General Introduction 1
  • Non-Canonical Gospels 7
  • The Gospel of the Nazareans 9
  • The Gospel of the Ebionites 12
  • The Gospel According to the Hebrews 15
  • The Gospel of the Egyptians 17
  • The Coptic Gospel of Thomas 19
  • Papyrus Egerton 2: the Unknown Gospel 29
  • The Gospel of Peter 31
  • The Gospel of Mary 35
  • The Gospel of Philip 38
  • The Gospel of Truth 45
  • The Gospel of the Savior 52
  • The Infancy Gospel of Thomas 57
  • The Proto-Gospel of James 63
  • The Epistle of the Apostles 73
  • The Coptic Apocalypse of Peter 78
  • The Second Treatise of the Great Seth 82
  • The Secret Gospel of Mark 87
  • Non-Canonical Acts of the Apostles 91
  • The Acts of John 93
  • The Acts of Paul 109
  • The Acts of Thecla 113
  • The Acts of Thomas 122
  • The Acts of Peter 135
  • Non-Canonical Epistles and Related Writings 155
  • The Third Letter to the Corinthians 157
  • The Correspondence Between Paul and Seneca 160
  • Paul's Letter to the Laodiceans 165
  • The Letter of 1 Clement 167
  • The Letter of 2 Clement 185
  • The “letter of Peter to James” and Its “reception” 191
  • The Homilies of Clement 195
  • Ptolemy's Letter to Flora 201
  • The Treatise on the Resurrection 207
  • The Didache 211
  • The Letter of Barnabas 219
  • The Preaching of Peter 236
  • Pseudo-Titus 239
  • Non-Canonical Apocalypses and Revelatory Treatises 249
  • The Shepherdof Hermas 251
  • The Apocalypse of Peter 280
  • The Apocalypse of Paul 288
  • The Secret Book of John 297
  • On the Origin of the World 307
  • The First Thought in Three Forms 316
  • The Hymn of the Pearl 324
  • Canonical Lists 329
  • The Muratorian Canon 331
  • The Canon of Origen of Alexandria 334
  • The Canon of Eusebius 337
  • The Canon of Athanasius of Alexandria 339
  • The Canon of the Third Synod of Carthage 341
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