Monthly Archives: December 2010

Why I Study the Christian Apocrypha

I have been working recently on an introduction to a book on the Christian Apocrypha aimed at a popular audience. The introduction contains a short autobiographical section on what attracted me to study the Christian Apocrypha. I thought it might … Continue reading

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An Interview with Agamemnon Tselikas on Secret Mark

Stephan Huller has posted an interview on his blog (HERE) with paleographer Agamemnon Tselikas conducted earlier in the year by Charlie Hedrick. Tselikas is one of two experts commissioned by Biblical Archeology Review to examine the images of the Secret … Continue reading

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Recommended Reading: Forgotten Scriptures

Acadia Divinity College's Lee Martin MacDonald, author of The Biblical Canon: Its Origin, Transmission, and Authority (1995; 2nd ed. Hendrickson, 2007) and co-editor of The Canon Debate (Hendrickson 2002), has recently released Forgotten Scriptures: The Selection and Rejection of Early … Continue reading

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A Collection of Modern Apocrypha

We spend so much of our time studying ancient or medieval apocrypha that we neglect the modern apocrypha in our midst. Fortunately, many of these texts are collected in Laurie F. Maffly-Kipp's American Scriptures: An Anthology of Sacred Writings (Penguin, … Continue reading

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