Monthly Archives: January 2007

Review of Craig Evans’ “Fabricating Jesus”

I recently picked up the book Fabricating Jesus: How Modern Scholars Distort the Gospels by Craig Evans (Acadia Divinity College scholar and participant at last year’s Ottawa Apocrypha Workshop). The book is intended as a response to the controversial scholarship … Continue reading

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“Long-lost Gospel” Featured in Play reports that an Off-Broadway play called The Busy World is Hushed is moving to Los Angeles. In the course of the article we discover that the play involves some intrigue over a “long-lost gospel.” From the synopsis: With wisdom, … Continue reading

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New Blog on the Christian Apocrypha

Scripta de Divinis is a new blog by Tim Brookins, an M. Div. student and Latin teacher from North Carolina, devoted in part to the Christian Apocrypha.

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Post-Holiday Roundup: The Gospel of Judas

The Green Bay Press Gazette has an article reviewing recent books on the Gospel of Judas. Novelist Jeffrey Archer is writing a book inspired by the Gospel of Judas. Read an article on it from the Times On-line. Read an … Continue reading

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Post-Holiday Roundup: Apocrypha on TV

Apocryphicity has been on hiatus over the holidays. It's time now to catch up on a variety of material on the CA posted on the internet over the past few weeks. For those of you who missed the CNN documentary … Continue reading

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