In this collection, significant nineteenth-century scholars such as Henry Barclay Swete, J. Rendel Harris, and William Wright expound upon Apocryphal texts that illuminate those areas of Jesus’ life on which the canonical New Testament is silent. Written from a variety of perspectives—archaeological, theological, and historical—Classic Studies on the New Testament Apocrypha offers insight into the debates around topics such as the Gospel of Mary, the Gospel of the Infancy, the Akhmîm fragment, the Gospel of Peter, and more. With arguments for and against acceptance of the texts, and commentary on which contain gems of truth, this is an ideal collection for any student of the Word.
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