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  • Apocryphon — ( secret writing ), plural apocrypha , was a Greek term for a genre of Jewish and Early Christian writings that were meant to impart secret teachings or gnosis (knowledge) that could not be publicly taught. Such private instruction to the… …   Wikipedia

  • Apocryphon of Ezekiel — is an apocryphal book, written in the style of the Old Testament, as revelations of Ezekiel. It survives only in fragments including quotations in Epiphanius, Clement of Rome and Clement of Alexandria, and the Chester Beatty Papyri 185. It is… …   Wikipedia

  • Apocryphon of John — The Secret Book of John ( Apocryphon of John ) [ Apocrypha literally means secret writings .] is a second century AD Sethian Gnostic text of secret teachings. It describes Jesus Christ reappearing after his Ascension and giving secret knowledge… …   Wikipedia

  • Apocryphon of James — The Apocryphon of James, also known by the translation of its title the Secret Book of James, is a pseudonymous text amongst the New Testament apocrypha. It describes the secret teachings of Jesus to Peter and James, given after the Resurrection… …   Wikipedia

  • apocryphon — apoc·ry·phon …   English syllables

  • Genesis Apocryphon — ▪ apocryphal work       pseudepigraphal work (not accepted in any canon of scripture), one of the most important works of the Essene community of Jews, part of whose library was discovered in 1947 in caves at Qumrān, near the Dead Sea, in… …   Universalium

  • Apocrypha — • A long article with a comments on each Apocryphal book. Classified according to origin Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Apocrypha     Apocrypha      …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Dead Sea Scrolls — Coordinates: 31°44′27″N 35°27′31″E / 31.74083°N 35.45861°E / 31.74083; 35.45861 …   Wikipedia

  • DEAD SEA SCROLLS — DEAD SEA SCROLLS, the popular designation given to collections of manuscript material found in 1947 and the following years in various caves west of the Dead Sea, notably at qumran , Murabbaʿāt , Khirbat Mird, together with en gedi and masada .… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Gnosticism — This article is part of a series on Gnosticism History of Gnosticism …   Wikipedia

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