New Testament Apocrypha Iirejected Scriptures

  1. New Testament Apocryphal Books
  2. Apocrypha Quotes In New Testament
  3. New Testament Apocrypha Iirejected Scriptures King James Version
  4. New Testament Apocrypha Books
  5. Old Testament New Testament Apocrypha
  6. Books Of The New Testament Apocrypha

All New Testament Apocrypha that I can trace online are stored and indexed here at interfaith.org, in the Christianity section. This includes both complete (extant) as well fragmentary apocrypha.

So far as I can tell from my researches, this is the most complete such collection of New Testament Apocrypha on the internet – of all of the missing books of the Bible.

New Testament Apocryphal Books

All apocryphal texts have undergone re-formatting, but all content has been preserved. This includes original translator notes and introductions, where applicable – as well as any already present errors. I have not altered any texts in any way excepting for formatting purposes.

New Testament Apocrypha: More Noncanonical Scriptures vol. 2 A compilation of apocryphal Christian texts, many translated into English for the first time, with comprehensive introductions. This second volume of New Testament Apocrypha continues the work of the first by making available to English readers more apocryphal texts. Here Begins the Vision of Saint Paul the Apostle 'But I will come to visions and revelations of the Lord: I know a man in Christ fourteen years ago (whether in the body, I know not; or out of the body, I know not, God knoweth) snatched up in this manner to the third heaven: and I know such a man, whether in the body or out of the body I know not, God knoweth; how that he was snatched up into. These books are often valuable in linking the Old and New Testaments and are regarded in the Church as useful reading. The Apocrypha are mostly translated correctly but with incorrect interpolations, D&C 91:1–3. The Apocrypha can benefit those enlightened by the Spirit, D&C 91:4–6. The New Oxford Annotated Bible with the Apocrypha, Revised Standard Version, Expanded Edition (Genuine Leather Black 8914A) by Herbert G May and Collard Professor of New Testament.

IMPORTANT NOTICE – all of the New Testament Apocrypha files, listed below and which are followed an asterisk, are copyrighted works and are used only with express permission. You should not seek to copy these works yourself without having sought out express permission.

1. Pseudo-Jesus apocrypha

2. Pseudo-apostolic (general) apocrypha

2.1 Teachings of the Twelve Apostles (Didache)
2.2 Epistle of the Apostles

3. Pseudo-apostolic (specific – by Apostle) apocrypha

3.1 – Andrew –

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3.1.2 Acts of Andrew and Matthias*

3.2 – Barnabas –

3.2.1 Acts of Barnabas*
3.2.2 Epistle of Barnabas
3.2.3 Gospel of Barnabas

3.3 – Bartholomew –

3.3.1 Gospel of Bartholomew
3.3.2 Martyrdom of Bartholomew*

3.4 – James –

3.4.1 Apocryphon of James
3.4.2 Book of James (protevangelium)
3.4.3 First Apocalypse of James
3.4.4 Second Apocalypse of James

3.5 – John –

3.5.1 Acts of John
3.5.2 Acts of John the Theologian*
3.5.3 Apocryphon of John (long version)
3.5.4 Book of John the Evangelist
3.5.5 Revelation of John the Theologian*

3.6 – Mark –

3.7 – Matthew –

3.7.1 Acts and Martyrdom of St. Matthew the Apostle*
3.7.2 The Martyrdom of Matthew

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Apocrypha Quotes In New Testament

3.8 – Nicodemus –

3.9 – Peter –

3.9.1 Acts of Peter
3.9.2 Acts of Peter and Andrew
3.9.3 Apocalypse of Peter – version 1
3.9.4 Apocalypse of Peter – version 2
3.9.5 Gospel of Peter
3.9.6 Letter of Peter to Philip

3.10 – Philip –

3.10.1 Acts of Philip
3.10.2 Gospel of Philip

3.11 – Thaddeus –

3.11.1 Acts of Thaddeus (Epistles of Pontius Pilate)*
3.11.2 Teaching of Thaddeus

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3.12 – Thomas –

3.12.1 Acts of Thomas
3.12.2 Apocalypse of Thomas
3.12.3 Book of Thomas the Contender
3.12.4 Consumation of Thomas
3.12.5 Gospel of Thomas

4. Pseudo-Pauline apocrypha

4.1 3 Corinthians
4.2 Acts 29
4.3 Acts of Paul
4.4 Acts of Paul and Thecla
4.5 Acts of Peter and Paul*
4.6 Acts of Xanthippe and Polyxena
4.7 Apocalypse of Paul
4.8 Apocalypse of Paul – other version
4.9 Epistle to the Laodiceans
4.10 Revelation of Paul*
4.11 Paul and Seneca

5. Infancy Gospels apocrypha


5.1 Arabic Infancy Gospel
5.2 First Infancy Gospel of Jesus Christ
5.3 Infancy Gospel of Pseudo-Matthew
5.4 Infancy Gospel of Thomas – Greek A
5.5 Infancy Gospel of Thomas – Greek B
5.6 Infancy Gospel of Thomas – Latin

6. Relatives of Jesus apocrypha

6.1 Gospel of Mary
6.2 Gospel of the Nativity of Mary
6.3 Book of John concerning the dormition of Mary (transitus mariæ)*
6.4 History of Joseph the Carpenter*
6.5 Narrative of Joseph of Arimathaea

7. Sub-canonical (disputed canon) apocrypha

7.1 Shepherd of Hermas
7.2 II Clement
7.3 Diatession
7.4 Gospel of the Lord (Marcion)

8. Other significant Epistles and pseudomynous writings and apocrypha

New Testament Apocrypha Iirejected Scriptures King James Version

8.1 I Clement
8.2 Avenging of the Saviour
8,3 Epistles of Pontius Pilate
8.4 Letter of Aristeas
8.5 Sentences of the Sextus
8.6 Alexandrians
8.7 Revelations of Stephen
8.8 Muratonian Canon (fragment)

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9. Fragments of lost apocryphal books

9.1 Gospel of the Ebionites
9.2 Gospel of the Egyptians
9.3 Egerton Gospel (Egerton Papyrus 2)*
9.4 Gospel of the Hebrews
9.5 Traditions of Mattias
9.6 Gospel of the Nazaraeans
9.7 Preaching of Peter

10. Apostolic Constitutions (Didascalia Apostolorum)

10.1 Book 1
10.2 Book 2
10.3 Book 3
10.4 Book 4
10.5 Book 5
10.6 Book 6
10.7 Book 7
10.8 Book 8

Old Testament New Testament Apocrypha

11. Psuedo-Sibylline Oracles

11.0 Preface
11.1 Chapter I
11.2 Chapter II
11.3 Chapter III
11.4 Chapter IV
11.5 Chapter V
11.6 Chapter VI
11.7 Chapter VII
11.8 Chapter VIII
11.9 Chapter XI
11.10 Chapter XII
11.11 Chapter XIII
11.12 Chapter XIV
11.13 Appendices – Fragments

* copyright work, used with express permission.

** I have no idea why the numbering system of this work jumps from 8 to 11. I presume that the error lies with the Roman numerals, with IX (9) mistakenly written as XI (11) at the source. However, it is my policy not to change textual information, so it remains.

Books Of The New Testament Apocrypha

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