Baptism in the Early Church: History, Theology, and Liturgy in the First Five Centuries

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Index of Non-Canonical Christian Authors and Writings
Boldface indicates significant quotations or the
treatment in detail of an author or work.
Acts and Martyrdom of Matthew
8   234–235
26   235, 433n.16
Acts of Andrew   232–234
Acts of Andrew and Matthias
32   233
Liber de virtutibus sancti Andreae apostoli
4   233
10   233
22   233
Passion of Andrew
10   233
11   233
Acts of Barnabas   235
1   235
13   235
17   235
26   235
Acts of John   232
57   232
84   232
Acts of Justin and His Companions
4   239n.6, 363
Acts of Paul   229–232, 436
6   229
25   229
34   230, 436
40   230
Hamburg Papyrus   299n.29
P 1   231
P 4-5   231
Episode 10, p7   299n.29
Coptic papyrus   231-232
Martyrdom of the Holy Apostle Paul
5   232
Acts of Paul and Thecla
(Acts of Thecla)   229
Acts of Peter   228–229, 232
5   228
Acts of Pilate   106–107
Acts of Philip   178n.38, 234, 235
29.24 = II.24   234n.53
36.7 = III.19   234
44.7 = IV. 6   234n.53
58, 63   178n.38
63.19 = V.25   234

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