Monthly Archives: April 2013

More from Philip Jenkins on Irish Apocrypha

"The Three Wise Druids" at Patheos (brought to my attention by Paleojudaica). With a nice shout-out to the work of Martin McNamara (editor of the CCSA editions of the Irish Apocrypha) and others: Successive conquests and cultural changes have taken … Continue reading

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2013 York Christian Apocrypha Symposium

I am pleased to announce, after some delay, the 2013 York Christian Apocrypha Symposium. The theme this year is “Forbidden Texts on the Western Frontier: The Christian Apocrypha in North American Perspectives.” The event takes place at York University September … Continue reading

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Philip Jenkins on Christian Apocrypha in Medieval Britain

Philip Jenkins, author of (among other things) Hidden Gospels:How the Search for Jesus Lost Its Way (Oxford 2001), has contributed a post to the patheos blog entitled "The First English Bible." The title is somewhat misleading; Jenkins discusses the apocryphal … Continue reading

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An Abridged Martyrium of Cornelius the Centurion

While working today on my translation of the Greek manuscripts of the Martyrium of Cornelius the Centurion, I happened upon an online abridged version of the text in English. The text appears, often without acknowledgement of the source, on several … Continue reading

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