Tony Burke: Manuscripta apocryphorum: Mt. Sinai, St. Catherine’s, gr. 497 (10/11 c.) feat. Acts Paul, John, Thom., &Prot. Jas.… https://t.co/3WLRJEAXd3
Tony Burke: Manuscripta apocryphorum: London, BL, Harley 3199 (14th c.) feat. Ps.-Mt., Inf. Gos. Thom., and Good Thief.… https://t.co/2xRr5s6pLr
Tony Burke: Manuscripta apocryphorum: Heidelberg, Universität Heidelberg, inv. Kopt. 300+301 (6th c.) feat. Acts of Paul.… https://t.co/HvG1b3iyGA
Tony Burke: Complete list of Christian apocrypha papers at the 2017 SBL International, Berlin, August 8-11: https://t.co/ZDGWbGIllU
Tony Burke: Manuscripta apocryphorum: Munich, Bayer. Staatsbibl., Clm 19105 (c.1000) ft. Ps.-Mt., Gos. Nic.,Nat. Mary, Dorm. Vi… https://t.co/RS7Hjil6zy
Tony Burke: Manuscripta apocryphorum: Vienna, Öster. Nat., Cod. hist. gr. 91 (14/15 c) feat. Inf. Gos. Thom. & Funeral of Jesus… https://t.co/zC5hR2yBu2
Monthly Archives: December 2006
Sigh. ‘Tis the season for TV specials on Jesus and now Fox has joined the fray with “The Birth of Jesus” to be broadcast Saturday December 23 at 3pm and December 25 at 11 am. According to the press release, … Continue reading
The National Geographic Channel’s “Secret Lives of Jesus” will be re-broadcast December 21 at 9pm. The NGC web site now has a page devoted to the show (see it HERE) with a clip showing a re-enactment of two episodes from … Continue reading
Special guest Pierluigi Piovanelli of the University of Ottawa offers the following discussion on the publishing of the Gospel of Judas: TCHACOS LIBRE! These days I am completing a collective review of the first publications on the Gospel of Judas, … Continue reading
Interested in presenting a paper for the Christian Apocrypha Section of the Society of Biblical Literature? The call for papers for the 2007 Annual Meeting in San Diego November 17-20, 2007 has been posted. Here are the details: Call For … Continue reading
Stephen Carlson, author of the The Gospel Hoax: Morton Smith’s Invention of Secret Mark, has posted a review of Peter Jeffery’s The Secret Gospel of Mark Unveiled: Imagined Rituals of Sex, Death, and Madness in a Biblical Forgery.
The US News and World Report recently published an extensive article on the CA titled: “The Gospel Truth: Why some old books are stirring up a new debate about the meaning of Jesus.” You can read it here. The article … Continue reading
Bruce Chilton contributed a length article to The New York Sun back in October focusing on the controversy over Secret Mark. The title is “Unmasking a False Gospel.” Here is an excerpt from the conclusion to the article: No literature … Continue reading
Catholic On-line (www.catholic.org) offers a brief review of the National Geographic Channel’s special “The Secret Lives of Jesus” to be aired December 7. Read the review here.
Did anyone in the UK catch the program The Lost Gospels aired on BBC4 December 4? I have been trying in vain to find official information on the show but have only managed to find blog entries. Read one here … Continue reading
The National Geographic Channel will air a special on December 17 at 9 PM (Eastern) titled “The Secret Lives of Jesus”. A press release describes it as follows: More than 1,500 years ago, ancient writings were buried that offered alternative narratives … Continue reading
Back in September Pope Benedict XVI delivered a speech in which he stated that Thomas evangelized Syria and Persia, and then went on to western India, "from where Christianity also reached southern India."The statement angered Christians of southern India who … Continue reading
Craig Evans of Acadia Divinity College in Nova Scotia is quoted in a recent article on the Gospel of Judas on the CBC web site. Evans here claims that the text was misinterprted by National Geographic’s editing and translation team. … Continue reading
Phil S., administrator of the hyperekperisou blog has posted his “Patristics Carnival”—essentially a summary of recent blog entries relating to Patristics. Apocryphicity is mentioned as is Jim Davilla’s excellent Paleojudaica blog.
The Nov/Dec 2007 issue of Biblical Archeological Review features an article on the discovery of a church commemorating a scene from the Protoevangelium of James (“Where Mary Rested,” pp. 44-51). In chapter 17 of the text Joseph, Mary, and Joseph’s … Continue reading