Thursday, June 18, 2015

Over 320 Forbidden and Lost Books of the Bible on DVDROM (Apocrypha)

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Contents of Disk (created on a Windows computer):

The Testaments of the 12 Patriarchs by RH Charles 1908

Lilith - Legend of the First Woman by Ada Langworthy Collier 1885

The Book of Enoch by RH Charles 1893

The Book of the Secrets of Enoch by RH Charles 1896

Assumption of Moses by RH Charles

The Book of Jasher 1887

Enoch Restitutus or an Attempt to Separate from the Books of Enoch, the book quoted by St. Jude by Edward Murray 1836

The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses: Or, Moses' Magical Spirit-art by Johann Scheible, Moses, Joseph Ennemoser 1880 (poor quality)

The Shepherd of Hermas by Charles Taylor 1906

Coptic Apocryphal Gospels by Forbes Robinson 1896
Contains:
Sahidic Fragments of the Life of the Virgin
Bohairic Accounts of the Falling Asleep of Mary
Bohairic Account of the Death of Joseph

The Acts of the Elders: Commonly Called the Book of Abraham - to which is Appended a Chapter to which is Appended a Chapter from the Book of Religious Errors by Abraham Norwood 1846

Psalms of the Pharisees Commonly called the Psalms of Solomon by Herbert Ryle 1891

The Uncanonical Jewish Books: A Short Introduction to the Apocrypha by William John Ferrar 1918

The Letter of Aristeas: Translated with an Appendix of Ancient Evidence of Origin of the Septuagint
by Henry St. John Thackeray - 1917

The Book of Adam and Eve also called The conflict of Adam and Eve with Satan, a book of the early Eastern Church 1882

A Mohawk legend of Adam and Eve 1892

Ante-Nicene Christian Library Vol. 16 1870
Which contains:

THE PROTEVANGELIUM OF JAMES 1
THE GOSPEL OF PSEUDO MATTHEW 16
THE GOSPEL OF THE NATIVITY OF MARY 53
THE HISTORY OF JOSEPH THE CARPENTER 62
THE GOSPEL OF THOMAS
First Greek Form The Infancy of the Lord 78
Second Greek Form The Childhood of the Lord 86
Latin Form The Boyhood of Jesus 90
THE ARABIC GOSPEL OF THE INFANCY OF THE SAVIOUR 100
THE GOSPEL OF NICODEMUS
The Acts of Pilate
The Descent of Christ into Hell Greek
The Acts of Pilate
The Descent of Christ into Hell
THE LETTER OF PONTIUS PILATE WHICH HE WROTE TO THE ROMAN EMPEROR CONCERNING OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST 223
THE REPORT OF PILATE THE PROCURATOR CONCERNING OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST SENT TO ROME TO TIBERIUS CAESAR
THE GIVING UP OF PONTIUS PILATE 231
THE DEATH OF PILATE 284
THE NARRATIVE OF JOSEPH OF ARIMATHEA 287
THE AVENGING OF THE SAVIOUR 245
THE ACTS OF THE HOLY APOSTLES PETER AND PAUL 256
The Story of Perpetua 276
THE ACTS OF PAUL AND THECLA 279
THE ACTS OF BARNABAS 293
THE ACTS OF PHILIP 801
THE ACTS OF PHILIP WHEN HE WENT TO UPPER HELLAS 317
THE ACTS AND MARTYRDOM OF THE HOLY APOSTLE ANDREW 885
THE ACTS OF ANDREW AND MATTHIAS IN THE CITY OF THE MAN EATERS 848
THE ACTS OF PETER AND ANDREW 368
THE ACTS AND MARTYRDOM OF MATTHEW THE APOSTLE 373
THE ACTS OF THE HOLY APOSTLE THOMAS 889
THE CONSUMMATION OF THOMAS THE APOSTLE 423
THE MARTYRDOM OF THE HOLY AND GLORIOUS APOSTLE BARTHOLOMEW 429
ACTS OF THE HOLY APOSTLE THADDIUS 440
THE ACTS OF THE HOLY APOSTLE AND EVANGELIST JOHN 444
THE REVELATION OF MOSES 454
THE REVELATION OF ESDRAS 468
THE REVELATION OF PAUL 477
THE REVELATION OF JOHN 493
THE BOOK OF JOHN CONCERNING THE FALLING ASLEEP OF MARY 504
THE PASSING OF MARY



Ante-Nicene Christian Library Vol. 20 1871
Which contains:
THE WORKS OF GREGORY THAUMATURGUS
A Metaphrase of the Book of Ecclesiastea 7
Canonical Epistle concerning those who in the Inroad of the Barbarians ate Things sacrificed to Idols or offended in certain other matters 80 The Oration and Panegyric addressed to Origen
THE FOUR HOMILIES OF GREGORY THAUMATURGUS
1 On the Annunciation to the Holy Virgin Mary 118
2 On the Annunciation to the Holy Virgin Mary 126
3 On the Annunciation to the Holy Virgin Mary 187
4 On the Holy Theophany or on Christ's Baptism 142
A Fragment on the Gospel according to Matthew 152
A Discourse on all the Saints
THE WORKS OF DIONYSIUS BISHOP OF ALEXANDRIA
THE EXTANT FRAGMENTS OF THE WORKS AND THE EPISTLES OF DIONYSIUS
I. CONTAINING VARIOUS SECTIONS OF TILE WORKS
1 From the Two Books on the Promises in opposition to Noetus a Bishop in Egypt 161
2 From the Books on Nature against the Epicureans 171
3 From the Books against Sabellius 188
4 Fragments of a Second Epistle to Diouysius of Rome 189
Epistle to Bishop Basilides 196
II CONTAINING EPISTLES OR FRAGMENTS OF EPISTLES
1 To Domitius and Didymus 202
2 To Novatug 204
3 To Fabius of Antioch 205
4 To Cornelius the Roman Pontiff 216
To the Pontiff Stephen 217
6 To Pope Sixtus 218
7 To Philemon Presbyter of Sixtus 219
8 To Dionysius at that time Presbyter of Xystus and afterwards his Successor 221
9 To Pope Sixtus II
10 Against Bishop Germanus
11 To Hermammon
12 To the Alexandrians
13 To Hierax a Bishop in Egypt
14 From his Fourth Festival Epistle
A Fragment on John viii 12
A Fragment probably by the Alexandrian Dionysius on the Reception of the Lapsed to Penitence
THE REMAINS OF ARCHELAUS
Acts of the Disputation with the Heresiareh Manes

Pistis Sophia - a Gnostic gospel by GRS Mead 1896

The Suppressed Gospels
Containing:
Mary
Protevangelion
I. Infancy
II. Infancy
Nicodemus
Christ and Abgarus
Laodiceans
Paul and Seneca
Acts of Paul and Thecla
I. Clement
II. Clement
Barnabas
Ephesians
Magnesians
Trallians
Romans
Philadelphians
Smyrnaeans
Polycarp
Philippians
I. Hermas--Visions
II. Hermas--Commands
III. Hermas--Similitudes

The Apocryphal New Testament by William Hone 1880
Same books as the Suppressed Gospels above, but with illustrations.

The Apology and Acts of Apollonius and other monuments of early Christianity by FC Conybeare 1894
Includes: APOLOGY AND ACTS OF APOLLONIUS
ACTS OF PAUL AND THEKLA
ACTS OF S. PHOCAS
ACTS OF S. POLYEUCTES
ACTS OF SAINT EUGENIA
ACTS OF S. CODRATIUS
ACTS OF THEODORE
ACTS OF S. THALELEUS
ACTS OF S. HIZTIBOUZIT
ACTS OF S. CALLISTRATUS
ACTS OF S. DEMETRIUS

The Didache or, The Teaching of the Twelve Apostles 1903 by George Allen

Diatessaron 1878

The Uncanonical Writings of the Old Testament: Found in the Armenian Manuscripts of the Library of St. Lazarus 1901

The suppressed Gospels and Epistles of the original New Testament of Jesus the Christ by William Wake and other Learned Divines

THE PROPHECY OF ABDIAS

Apocryphal Acts of the Apostles by William Wright 1871 Volume 1

Apocryphal Acts of the Apostles by William Wright 1871 Volume 2

The Uncanonical Writings of the Old Testament 1900
Contains: The Book of Adam,
The History of Assaneth,
The History of Moses,
The Deaths of the Prophets,
Concerning King Solomon,
A Short History of the Prophet Elias,
Concerning the Prophet Jeremiah,
The Vision of Enoch the Just,
The Testaments of the XII Patriarchs,
The Third Book of Esdras
Inquiries Made by the Prophet Esdras

Apocrypha of King James Version, which contains:
I. ESDRAS
II. ESDRAS
TOBIT
Judith
The Rest of Esther
The Wisdom of Solomon
ECCLESIASTICUS
BARUCH, WITH THE EPISTLE OF JEREMIAH
The Song of the Three Holy Children
The History of Susanna
Bel and the Dragon
[The Story of Susanna is perhaps the earliest example of a courtroom drama.
Bel and the Dragon is perhaps the earliest example of a locked room mystery.]
The Prayer of Manasses
I. Maccabees
II. Maccabees
I. ESDRAS

Apocalypse of Abraham and the Ascension of Isaiah by GH Box 1918

The Five Books of Maccabees in English by Henry Cotton 1832

The Apocalypse of Baruch by RH Charles 1918

The Apocalypse of Ezra by GH Box 1917

The Value of the Apocrypha by Bernard Joseph Snell 1905

Canonical & Uncanonical Gospels, with a Translation of the Recently Discovered Gospel of Peter by William Emery Barnes - 1893

Acta Apostolorum Apocrypha by Constantin von Tischendorf 1851
Text in Greek; introductory material in Latin.

Apocrypha Sinaitica 1896

Twenty-five Agrapha: Or Extra-canonical Sayings of Our Lord by Blomfield Jackson - 1900

The Hidden Wisdom of Christ and the Key of Knowledge Volume 1 1865 by Ernst von Bunsen

The Hidden Wisdom of Christ and the Key of Knowledge Volume 2 1865 by Ernst von Bunsen

The Sibyl and the Dream of One Hundred Suns

Sibylline Oracles by Terry Milton 1899

Gospel according to the Hebrews 1871

The Book of Jubilees or The little Genesis by RH Charles 1902

THE EPISTLE OF PAUL THE APOSTLE TO THE LAODICEANS

The Prayer of Azariah

Fragment of an uncanonical Gospel from Oxyrhynchus by Bernard Grenfell 1908

The Ante-Nicene Fathers Volume 6, 1897
Which contains:
The Apocalypse of the Virgin
The Vision of Paul
The Apocalypse of Sedrach
The Testament of Abraham
Acts of Xanthippe and Polyxena
The Narrative of Zosimus
The Apology of Aristides
The Passion of the Scillitan Martyrs
Letter of Origen to Gregory

Ante-Nicene Christian Library Vol. 3
Which contains:
Tatians Address to the Greeks
The Three Books of Theophilus
The Recognition of Clement
The Ante-Nicene fathers. translations of the writings of the fathers down to A.D. 325, Volume 1 (1913)
Which contains:
ST. CLEMENT. Epistle to the Corinthians
MATHETES. Epistle to Diognetus
POLYCARP. Epistle to the Philippians
Polycarp-Martyrdom
IGNATIUS. Epistle to the Ephesians
Ignatius Epistle to the Ephesians: Shorter and Longer Versions
Ignatius Epistle to the Magnesians
Ignatius Epistle to the Trallians
Ignatius Epistle to the Romans
Ignatius Epistle to the Philadelphians
Ignatius Epistle to the Smyrnaeans
Ignatius Epistle to Polycarp
Ignatius Appendix. Syriac Version
Ignatius Spurious Epistles
Ignatius Martyrdom
BARNABAS. Epistle
PAPIAS. Fragments
JUSTIN MARTYR. The First Apology
Justin Martyr - The Second Apology
Justin Martyr - Dialogue with Trypho, a Jew
Justin Martyr - The Discourse to the Greeks
Justin Martyr - Hortatory Address to the Greeks
Justin Martyr - On the Sole Government of God
Justin Martyr - On the Resurrection, Fragments
Justin Martyr - Other Fragments
Justin Martyr - Martyrdom
IRENAEUS. Against Heresies

IRENAEUS. Fragments

Akkadian Genesis - the influence of early Babylonian religion on the language and thought of Genesis by Edward G King 1888

The Chaldean account of Genesis - containing the description of the creation, the deluge, the Tower of Babel, the destruction of Sodom, the times of the Patriarchs, and Nimrod; Babylonian fables, and legends of the gods; from the Cuneiform inscriptions bt George Smith 1880

The Life of Jesus Christ- His apocryphal history by William Huttmann - 1818 (poor quality)

The Antediluvian History and narrative of the flood as set forth in the early portions of the Book of Genesis by Elias De La Roche Rendell 1851
Fragments of the age of Methuselah 1829

The Gnostic Crucifixion by GRS Mead 1907

Biblical Legends of the Mussulmans by Dr G Weil 1846

The Conflicts of the Holy Apostles: an apocryphal book of the early Eastern Church by Solomon Malan 1871

Corpus Ignatianum - a complete collection of the Ignatian epistles, genuine, interpolated, and spurious 1849

Extracts from the Flying Roll, a series of sermons addressed to the lost tribes of the house of Israel 1879, Volume 1

Extracts from the Flying Roll, a series of sermons addressed to the lost tribes of the house of Israel 1879, Volume 2
The Babylonian and the Hebrew Genesis by Heinrich Zimmern 1901

Legends of Babylon and Egypt in relation to Hebrew tradition by LW King 1918

The Truth of the English translations examined by Thomas Ward 1824

The Book of God - the Apocalypse of Adam-Oannes by Edward V Kenealy 1867

The Missing Fragment of the Fourth Book of Ezra by Robert Bensly 1875

Daniel, with its Apocryphal additions by Leicester Ambrose Sawyer 1864

The Writings of Irenaeus, Volume 1 1868
The Writings of Irenaeus, Volume 2 1868

The Apocryphal and Legendary Life of Christ being the whole body of the Apocryphal gospels and other extra canonical literature which pretends to tell of the life and words of Jesus Christ including much matter which has not before appeared in English by James De Quincey Donehoo, 1903

The life of Jesus according to extra-canonical sources by Bernhard Pick 1887

The Epistle of Jude and the Prophecy and Assumption of Moses, article in The Theological review 1868

Philochristus - Memoirs of a disciple of the Lord by Edwin Abbott 1878

Paralipomena: remains of gospels and sayings of Christ By Bernhard Pick 1908

The Gospel According to Jesus by Edward Mason 1888 (not really an apocrypal work, but sermons)

The true gospel of Jesus Christ asserted by Thomas Chubb 1738

Did Jesus write his own gospel? A study in gospel origins by William Pitt MacVey 1912

The Gospel of Jesus, critically reconstructed from the earliest sources by Clayton Bowen 1916

New sayings of Jesus and fragment of a lost gospel from Oxyrhynchus by Bernard Grenfell 1904

The Akhmim fragment of the Apocryphal Gospel of St. Peter by Henry Barclay Swete 1893

Echoes from the Gnosis by GRS Mead, Volume 1, 1907
Echoes from the Gnosis by GRS Mead, Volume 2, 1907
Echoes from the Gnosis by GRS Mead, Volume 4, 1907 (The Hymn of Jesus)
Echoes from the Gnosis by GRS Mead, Volume 7, 1907 (The Gnostic Crucifixion)
Echoes from the Gnosis by GRS Mead, Volume 10, 1907

Fragments of a Faith Forgotten, some short sketches among the Gnostics mainly of the first two centuries - a contribution to the study of Christian origins based on the most recently recovered materials by GRS Mead, 1906

The Gnostics and their remains by CW King 1887

The Writings of Clement of Alexandria, Volume 1, 1867
The Writings of Clement of Alexandria, Volume 2, 1867

The Lost and Hostile Gospels: an essay on the Toledoth Jeschu, and the Petrine and Pauline gospels of the first three centuries of which fragments remain by S Baring Gould 1874

Apocryphal Gospels, Acts, and Revelations by Alexander Walker 1870:
The Protevanqelium of James
The Gospel of Pseudo-Matthew
The Gospel of the Nativity of Mary
The History of Joseph the Carpenter
The Gospel of Thomas
First Greek Form : The Infancy of the Lord
Second Greek Form : The Childhood of the Lord
The Boyhood of Jesus
The Arabic Gospel of the Infancy of the Saviour
The Gospel of Nicodemus
The Acts of Pilate
The Descent of Christ into Hell
The Letter of Pontius Pilate, which he wrote to the Roman Emperor concerning our Lord Jesus Christ
The Report of Pilate the Procurator concerning our Lord Jesus Christ, sent to Rome to Tiberius Caesar
The Giving up of Pontius Pilate,
The Death of Pilate,
The Narrative of Joseph of Arimathea,
The Avenging of the Saviour,
The Acts of the Holy Apostles Peter and Paul
The Story of Perpetua,
The Acts ok Paul and Thecla
The Acts of Barnabas
The Acts of Philip
The Acts of Philip when he went to Upper Hellas,
The Acts and Martyrdom of the Holy Apostle Andrew
The Acts of Andrew and Matthias in the City of the Man-eaters
The Acts of Peter and Andrew
The Acts and Martyrdom okf Matthew the Apostle
The Acts of the Holy Apostle Thomas
The Consummation of Thomas the Apostle
The Martyrdom of the Holy and Glorious Apostle Bartholomew
The Acts of the Holy Apostle Thaddeus
The Acts of the Holy Apostle and Evangelist John
The Revelation of Moses
The Revelation of Esdras
ThE Revelation of Paul
The Revelation of John
The Book ok John concerning the Falling Asleep of Mary
The Passing of Mary
Contributions to the apocryphal literature of the New Testament, collected and edited from Syriac manuscripts in the British Museum by William Wright 1865:
Letter of Herod
Letter of Pilate
History of the Virgin Mary
The Obsequies of the Holy Virgin
The Gnostic Heresies of the First and Second Centuries by Henry Longueville Mansel 1875
The Wedding-song of Wisdom by GRS Mead 1908
The Oracles ascribed to Matthew by Papias of Hierapolis by 1894
History of early Christian literature in the first three centuries by Gustav Kruger 1897
The genuine epistles of the Apostolical Fathers - St. Clement, St. Polycarp, St. Ignatius, St. Barnabas, the Pastor of Hermas and an account of the martyrdoms of St. Ignatius and St. Polycarp written by those who were present at their sufferings being together with the Holy Scriptures of the New Testament, a complete collection of the most primitive antiquity for about a hundred and fifty years after Christ by William Wake 1846
Primitive Christianity its writings and teachings in their Historical Connections, Volume 1 by Otto Pfeiderer 1906
Primitive Christianity its writings and teachings in their Historical Connections, Volume 2 by Otto Pfeiderer 1906
Primitive Christianity its writings and teachings in their Historical Connections, Volume 3 by Otto Pfeiderer 1906
Primitive Christianity its writings and teachings in their Historical Connections, Volume 4 by Otto Pfeiderer 1906
Morbid Psychology: Studies on Jesus and the Gospels by Jules Soury 1881
The Five Books of Maccabees in English by Henry Cotton 1832
The Epistles of St. Ignatius, Volume 1 1910:
Epistle to the Ephesians
Epistle to the Magnesians
Epistle to the Trallians
The Epistles of St. Ignatius, Volume 2 1910:
Epistle to the Romans
Epistle to the Philadelphians
Epistle to the Smyrnaens
Epistle to Polycarp
New Testament Apocryphal writings by James Orr 1903 (poor quality scan)
The Apocryphal gospels and other documents relating to the History of Christ, translated from the originals in Greek, Latin, Syriac, etc, with notes, Scriptural references by BH Cowper 1874
Contains: The Gospel of the Nativity of Mary
The History of Joseph the Carpenter
The Gospel of Thomas
The Arabic Gospel of the Infancy
The Letter of Abgar to Jesus
The Letterf of Jesus to Abgar
The Letter of Lentulus
Prayer of Jesus, Son of Mary
The Story of Veronica
The Syriac Gospel of the Boyhood of our Lord Jesus



Legends of the patriarchs and prophets and other Old Testament characters from various sources by S Baring-Gould 1881

A True History of Jesus the Christ, being a detailed account of the manner of His birth, and of all that He did and suffered up to the time of His crucifixtion, dictated by himself 1874

The Book of Ratramn - the priest and monk of Corbey, commonly called Bertram, on the body and blood of the Lord to which is added an appendix, containing the Saxon homily of Ælfric 1843

Apollonius of Tyana - the pagan Christ of the third century by Albert Reville 1866

A sketch of the life of Apollonius of Tyana or the first ten decades of our era by Daniel Redwell 1886 (many point to striking similarities between Appolonius and Christ)

Sepher Toldoth Jeshu: Book of the Generation of Jesus - Jewish Life of Christ by GW Foote 1879

Folk-lore in the Old Testament; studies in comparative religion, legend and law by James Frazer 1918
Two different accounts of the creation of man in Genesis .
The Priestly and the Jehovistic narratives
The Jehovistic the more primitive
Babylonian and Egyptian parallels
Greek legend of the creation of man out of clay .
Australian and Maori stories of the creation of man out of clay
Tahitian tradition - creation of woman out of man's rib .
Similar stories of the creation, of woman in Polynesia
Similar Karen and Tartar stories
Other stories of the creation of man in the Pacific
Melanesian legends of the creation of men out of clay
Stories of the creation of man in Celebes
Stories told by the Dyaks of Borneo
Legend told by the natives of Nias
Stories told by the natives of the Philippines
Indian legends of the creation of man
Cheremiss story of the creation of man
African stories of the creation of man
American stories of the creation of man .
Our first parents moulded out of red clay
Belief of savages in the evolution of man out of lower animals
American Indian stories of the evolution of men out of animals
African and Malagasy stories of the evolution of men
Evolution of men out of fish in Africa and Borneo
Descent of men from trees and animals in the Indian Archipelago
Descent of men from animals in New Guinea
Descent of men from fish and grubs in the Pacific

plus much more

Plus You Get:
The Unknown Life of Jesus Christ by Nicolas Notovitch 1894
(Claims Jesus went to India - was exposed by Edgar Goodspeed as a hoax)

The Aquarian Gospel of Jesus the Christ by Levi Dowling 1911
Not one for accuracy, the book depicts Jesus as visiting the cities of Lahore, Pakistan, and Persepolis in Persia. Lahore did not exist during the period in question, and Persepolis had already been destroyed by Alexander the Great.

The Crucifixion, by an Eye-witness 1911

A Holy, Sacred and Divine Roll and Book from the Lord God of Heaven Volume 1 1843

A Holy, Sacred and Divine Roll and Book from the Lord God of Heaven Volume 2 1843 (otherwise known as the Shaker Bible)

OAHSPE - A NEW BIBLE IN THE WORDS OF JEHOVIH AND HIS ANGEL EMBASSADORS 1882
"Some two years ago, Oahspe was mechanically written through my hands by some other intelligence than my own."

The Gospel According to the Hebrews 1879

The Lost Chapter of the Acts of the Apostles from the Sonnini Manuscript

The Occult Life of Jesus of Nazareth
This work is attributed not to written sources, but to "spirits who were contemporary mortals with Jesus while on the earth."

The Sorry Tale - a story of the Time of Christ 1917
Its notoriety came from author Pearl Curran's story of receiving dictation of poetry and historical tales from the spirit of a "Puritan spinster" called Patience Worth.

The New Gospel of Peace, according to St. Benjamin 1877

The Letter from Heaven - supposedly written by Jesus 53 years after his death.
"Whosoever shall have a copy of this letter and keep it in their house, nothing shall hurt them, and if any  woman be in child-birth and put her trust in me, she shall be delivered of her child.  You shall hear no more of me but by the Holy Spirit until the Day of Judgment."

Scriptural Imitations and Theological Forgeries in
The Oriental herald and journal of general literature, Volume 13 1827

Some articles on The Unknown Life of Christ in Magazines of the time.

Gleanings for the curious from the harvest-fields of literature (1890)
Contains THE DEATH WARRANT OF JESUS CHRIST

The Gospel of Barnabas 1907
This work should not be confused with the surviving Epistle of Barnabas. Neither should it be confused with the surviving Acts of Barnabas.

Three Days in the Temple by Jakob Lorber
Paul's Letter to the Laodiceans by Jakob Lorber
Jakob Lorber (1800-1864) was a Styrian Christian mystic who referred to himself as the "God's scribe". He wrote that he began hearing an 'inner voice' from the region of his heart and thereafter transcribed what it said.

The Reports, Letters and Acts of Pontius Pilate 1880

Meditations on the Supper of Our Lord 1875

Contemplations of the Dread and Love of God by Richard Rolle (Middle Ages)

The Fifth Gospel or, The Gospel According to Paul by Charles Roads 1897

The Gospel of the Childhood of Our Lord Jesus Christ 1904

Ante-Nicene Christian Library Volume 20 1881
This has a section called DUBIOUS OR SPURIOUS WRITINGS:
A Sectional Confession of Faith
A Fragment of the same Declaration of Faith, accompanied by
Glosses
Fragment from the Discourse on the Trinity
Twelve Topics on the Faith
Topical Discourse on the subject of the Soul
The Four Homilies Of Gregory Tiiaumaturgus
On the Annunciation to the Holy Virgin Mary
A Fragment on the Gospel according to Matthew
A Discourse on all the Saints

A Memoir of the controversy of the 3 Heavenly Witnesses by Ezra Abbot 1875 (about the Comma Johaneum, 1 John 5:7,8, the most famous spurious passage in the Bible)

The Holy Gospels Translated from the Original Greek, the Spurious Passages Expunged, the Doubtful Bracketed by GW Brameld 1863

Jesuit Juggling, Forty Popish Frauds Detected and Disclosed by Richard Baxter 1835

Frauds and Follies of the Fathers by Joseph Wheeler 1882
"To make testimonies out of forgeries and spurious books to prove the very foundation of the Christian revelation, was a method much practised by some of the Fathers, especially Justin Martyr, Clemens Alexandrinus, and Lactantius."

The Life of Jesus Christ, including His Apocryphal History, from the Spurious Gospels 1818

Universalism Unmasked: Or the Spurious Gospel Exposed by James Davis 1837

Frauds of Papal Ecclesiastics by Gilbert Burnet 1835

A Book of Tracts Containing the Origin and Progress, Cruelties, Frauds, Superstitions, Miracles of the Church of Rome 1856

The Book of Jasher 1829

On this disk you also have these books by Moses Gaster, a scholar who found and collected strange ancient manuscripts:

Jewish folk-lore in the middle ages 1887

The Sibyl and the Dream of 100 Suns: an Old Apocryphon

An Unknown Hebrew Version of the History of Judith

The Chronicles of Jerahmeel 1899

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1 comment:

  1. A MOHAWK LEGEND OF ADAM AND EVE.

    An interesting study might be made of the influence which the teachings of the missionaries of the Christian church have exerted in modifying primitive Indian myths; interesting also is the effect produced upon the stories of the Bible by the Indian imagination. As a contribution to this study, the following, obtained in November, 1888, from an intelligent Mohawk from the Reservation at Brantford, Ont, may be of some value. The narrator stated that it was current at Caughnawaga.

    At first the bodies of Adam and Eve were all smooth and shining, as men's finger-nails are now. But one day Adam was walking about in the garden near the tree on which the fruit was, when he
    heard something say to him:" Take! take!" and something, again, saying: "Don't take! Don't take!" After a while, however, Adam became bold enough and took a fruit and began to eat it. The first
    bite he took stuck in his throat, and is there to this day. He then gave Eve-a-piece which she ate. Then they both began to suffer change, and all the smoothness and shininess of their bodies began to disappear, and all that was left of it is seen now in our finger-nails and toe-nails. It was the Devil, who had become a snake and climbed up the tree, that tempted Adam. After doing this the Devil returned to the centre of the earth. Even at this day a common form of assertion among the Mohawks is, "As sure as the Devil returned to earth again! " The Indians believed that Owistos (?Christ) would kill the Devil-snake by driving a sword through the centre of his head, and pinning him to the earth with his wings outspread. The Indians all hate snakes, and every one (even the women) will kill a snake when he sees it; when so doing they call out, "Owistos! ooayerle! Owistos! ooayerl!" (Owistos! I kill! Owistos! I kill!)

    The variations from the Biblical narrative are too obvious to need comment.

    A. F. Chamberlain.

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