Tony Burke: Manuscripta apocryphorum: Paris, BnF, lat. 13069 (17/18 c.) feat. 3 Corinthians copied from 9/10 c. manuscript.… https://t.co/3hz3vq4j8Q
Tony Burke: Manuscripta apocryphorum: Mardin, Ch. Forty Martyrs, 101 (15/16 & 19/20 c.) feat. Arab. Gos. Inf. and Inf. Gos. Tho… https://t.co/IEp6cWvm77
Tony Burke: Manuscripta apocryphorum: Cairo, Coptic Museum, 6421(I) (15/16 c.) feat. a fragment of Arabic Infancy Gospel.… https://t.co/8Ju8MweyqJ
Tony Burke: Letter of donation by Humfrey Wanley to Bodleian Library for MS used by Henry Sike for his publication of the Arabi… https://t.co/W2j2Puy57n
Tony Burke: Manuscripta apocryphorum: the Bodmer Miscellaneous Codex (4th c.) feat. Prot. Jas., 3 Cor. and Odes Solomon.… https://t.co/cog8QUpK5V
Tony Burke: This is my week of writing book proposals. One down, two to go. Next step, figure out how I'm gonna find the time to write the books.
Monthly Archives: December 2009
It just came to my attention that Paul Foster (editor and contributor to the fine volume The Non-Canonical Gospels, mentioned HERE) has published a volume in the Very Short Introduction series on The Apocryphal Gospels. More information can be found … Continue reading
Oxford University Press is releasing in June a new collection of Christian Apocrypha, The Apocryphal Gospels: Texts and Translations, compiled by Bart Ehrman and Zlatko Plese. It is touted as a multi-lingual collection–i.e., it features the texts in their original … Continue reading
I mentioned in a previous post several texts that tend to be omitted from "New Testament Apocrypha" collections and thus have been neglected in scholarship. Typically this is because they are relatively late texts and thus fall outside of the … Continue reading
[Since I was not able to attend this year's SBL in New Orleans, I asked Harvard alum and CA scholar Brent Landau to provide this summary for us. Thanks Brent.] I was only able to attend two of the three … Continue reading
Peter Jeffery, author of The Secret Gospel of Mark Unveiled, added a comment to my post from a few weeks ago on the Secret Mark articles in Biblical Archeological Review. He wrote: I did not write for BAR because I … Continue reading
The new Review of Biblical Literature has a review of a new CA collection/commentary by Tim Newton: The Forgotten Gospels: Life and Teachings of Jesus Supplementary to the New Testament: A New Translation (Berkley, Calif.: Counterpoint, 2009).