The Apocryphal New Testament: A Collection of Apocryphal Christian Literature in an English Translation

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The Apocryphal New Testament: A Collection of Apocryphal Christian Literature in an English Translation
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface ix
  • General Bibliography xvi
  • Lists of Apocryphal Works xxiii
  • I - Apocryphal Gospels 1
  • Lost Gospels 3
  • Agrapha 26
  • Fragments of Gospels on Papyrus 31
  • Birth and Infancy Gospels 46
  • Gospels of the Ministry and Passion 123
  • The Pilate Cycle 164
  • II - Apocryphal Acts 227
  • Introduction 229
  • The Acts of Andrew 231
  • The Acts of Andrew and Matthias; the Acts of Peter and Andrew; the Acts of Andrew and Paul 240
  • The Acts of John 303
  • The Acts of Paul 350
  • The Acts of Peter 390
  • The Pseudo-Clementine Literature 431
  • The Acts of Thomas 439
  • Other Apocryphal Acts 512
  • III - Apocryphal Epistles 535
  • Introduction 537
  • Shorter Epistles 538
  • The Epistle of the Apostles (Epistula Apostolorum) 555
  • IV - Apocryphal Apocalypses 589
  • Introduction 591
  • The Apocalypse of Peter 593
  • The Apocalypse of Paul (Visio Pauli) 616
  • The Apocalypse of Thomas 645
  • The Questions of Bartholomew 652
  • The Letter of James 673
  • Other Apocryphal Apocalypses 682
  • Appendix 689
  • Indexes 725
  • 2 - Index of Subjects and Proper Names 733
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