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The New Testament Apocrypha

Author: Jacques Hervieux
Publisher: New York : Hawthorn Books, 1960. ©1960
Series: Twentieth century encyclopedia of Catholicism, v. 72.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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The apocryphal writings set out to tell us what the Gospels have not said. From them we have a whole collection of "traditions" or ideas which are familiar to us today. The author outlines the apocryphal books, detailing their sources, their validity and their individual deviations. He shows the interesting details surrounding their creation and gives the reasons they were not included in the Bible.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jacques Hervieux
OCLC Number: 332174
Notes: Translation of Ce que l'Évangile ne dit pas.
Description: 188 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: Part I: The story of Mary, virgin and mother : I. The oldest traditions concerning Mary : The gospel ; Tradition ; The gospel of Pseudo-James ; The gospel of Pseudo-Matthew : History or legend ; An edifying narrative ; Based on Scripture ; Doctrinal interest --
II. The miraculous birth of Mary : The barrenness of Joachim and Anne ; Joachim and Anne are vindicated ; Mary, the child of miracle ; The lesson of the narrative --
III. Mary's girlhood : Mary's presentation in the Temple ; The consecrated life ; The vow of virginity ; Did Mary vow herself to virginity before the Annunciation ; What the gospel says ; A matter of Jewish history ; What tradition has to say ; Return to the sources --
IV. The marriage bond : Joseph, the chosen man of God ; Mary's guardian --
V. The annunciation of the virginal motherhood : The annunciation to Mary ; The visit to Elizabeth --
VI. The motherhood and virginity of Mary : Joseph's fears ; The trial by water ; The story of the midwives ; The perpetual virginity of Mary --
VII. A defense of the virgin mother : The value of the apocryphal writings on Mary ; The defects of this form of writing --
VIII. The assumption of the blessed virgin ; The book on the passing of Mary ; Death and burial of Mary ; The resurrection and assumption of Mary ; Merits and defects of the narrative ; Catholic faith in the assumptions Part II: Legendary stories of the infancy of Jesus : IX. Childhood of Jesus ; The stable, the ox and the ass ; The magi as three kings ; Light on the hidden life ; Charming stories ; Some strange adventures ; Some unseemly incidents --
X. The youth of Jesus : Jesus among the doctors ; A catechism lesson --
XI. The absurdities of the infancy gospels : The rejection of the hour of Jesus ; The supernatural and the marvelous Part III: The public life of Christ : XII. Unrecorded words of Jesus : From the spoken word to the Scriptures ; The living voice of tradition ; Study of the unrecorded sayings ; Copies of the gospels ; The writings of the fathers ; The apocryphal gospels ; The Egyptian papyri ; The tares and the wheat --
XIII. The message of Jesus and the sects : The Judaizers ; The gospel of the Nazarenes ; The gospel of the Ebionites ; Gnosticism ; An unknown library ; The gospel of Philip ; The gospel of Thomas ; The gospel of Matthias ; Mystery gospels --
XIV. Apocrypha of the death and resurrection of Jesus : The gospel of Peter : The trial of Jesus ; The crucifixion ; The resurrection of Jesus. The gospel of Nicodemus : The descent to hell --
XV. The legend of the apostles : The Acts of Peter ; The Acts of Paul ; The Acts of John ; The martyrdom of Andrew --
XVI. Revelations on the after life : The Epistle of the Twelve Apostles ; The Apocalypse of Peter ; The Apocalypse of Paul --
XVII. Conclusion: the ultimate value of the apocrypha : The rejection of the apocryphal writings ; The value of the apocryphal writings ; Their doctrinal value ; As expressions of oral tradition ; In literature and the liturgy ; In art.
Series Title: Twentieth century encyclopedia of Catholicism, v. 72.
Other Titles: Ce que l'Évangile ne dit pas.
Responsibility: by Jacques Hervieux ; translated from the French by Dom Wulstan Hibberd.

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The apocryphal writings set out to tell us what the Gospels have not said. From them we have a whole collection of "traditions" or ideas which are familiar to us today. The author outlines the apocryphal books, detailing their sources, their validity and their individual deviations. He shows the interesting details surrounding their creation and gives the reasons they were not included in the Bible.

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