The Apocryphal New Testament contains a wide range of early Christian writings in a clear English translation. As a collection of religious books, Apocryphal literature was meant to reinforce Christian belief and practice. As history, the Apocrypha aims to supplement the historical data in the New Testament. Their stories are remarkable, beautiful, and imaginative, and have exercised a powerful influence on the development of Christianity. Anyone who cares about the history of Christian thought cannot neglect them.
- Fragments of Early Gospels, Etc.
- Lost Heretical Books
- Fragments of Gospels, Etc.: Preserved in Manuscripts Discovered in Recent Years
- Infancy Gospels
- Passion Gospels
- The Secondary Acts
- Title: The Apocryphal New Testament: Being the Apocryphal Gospels, Acts, Epistles, and Apocalypses
- Author: Montague Rhodes James
- Publisher: Clarendon Press
- Publication Date: 1924
- Pages: 578