New Testament Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha
(c. 100-300)

Jesus is betrayed by a kiss from Judas,
the purported author of the pseudepigraphal
book The Gospel of Judas

Just the Facts:
  • Name: New Testament Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha
  • Dates: c. 100-300
  • Place: Middle East
  • Language: Greek, Coptic, Aramaic, etc.
  • What they are: Middle Eastern extra-Biblical books; accounts of Jesus and the early Church not included in the Bible; some were in fact "shortlisted" when the Canon was fixed.
  • Included in lists (What's This?): Bloom

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