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: April 2008
The program for this year’s réunion annuelle de l’AELAC (Association pour l’étude de la littérature apocryphe chrétienne) taking place June 26-28 has been posted on the association’s web site. You can access it HERE.
Ahh…more scholarly thrust and parry over Secret Mark. This week, Peter Jeffery (author of The Secret Gospel of Mark Unveiled) responds to the lengthy review of his book by Scott Brown (available HERE). You can access Jeffery's response HERE and … Continue reading
Allan Pantuck passed along to me an article he wrote with Scott Brown challenging one of the claims made by Stephen Carlson in support of his position that Secret Mark is a hoax perpetrated by Morton Smith. Brown, long a … Continue reading
While researching Syriac manuscripts for the Infancy Gospel of Thomas I came across a reference in a manuscript catalogue (W. Wright and S. A. Cook, A Catalogue of the Syriac Manuscripts preserved in the Library of the University of Cambridge, … Continue reading
Bruce Chilton, a prominent Historical Jesus scholar, has contributed a piece on Elaine Pagels' groundbreaking book The Gnostic Gospels for the New York Sun (HERE). Thanks to Jim Davila at Paleojudaica for pointing this out.