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But no text, even among the apocrypha, calls her the wife of Jesus, as the novel The Da Vinci Code would have it.
Recent years have seen an increasing readiness to examine the New Testament apocrypha in their own right.
A full list of features for EVE Online: Apocrypha can be found on the features page: www.
The Scripture on Great Peace, or Taiping Jing (TPJ), is an example of prognostic apocrypha of the Later Han period.
This present commentary features articles dealing with each book of the Tanakh, plus the Christian Scriptures, as well as those works known as the Apocrypha or Deuterocanonical books.
The Common English Bible (CEB) is an English translation of the Bible, including the deuterocanonical books or apocrypha included in Catholic Church and Orthodox Church canons.
The Compendium provides the most complete collection now available of commentaries that use a feminist hermeneutical perspective on all the books of the Bible including the Apocrypha and other related texts.
Both the New and Old Testament are included, as well as Apocrypha and other non-canonical scripture, like the Gospel of Thomas.
Welcome the most recent one-volume commentary on the Bible, including the books of the Apocrypha (including 3 and 4 Maccabees and Psalm 151), i.
The essays cover a wide range of Jewish and Christian literature, including primarily rabbinic and patristic sources, but also apocrypha, pseudepigrapha, Philo, Josephus, and Gnostic texts.
More than half of The Kurbskii-Groznyi Apocrypha consists of detailed manuscript descriptions.
A "must-have" for both personal and library theology and reference shelves devoted to apocrypha.