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What Do the Non-Canonical Gospels Say About Jesus – Part 2 (Podcast)

In this blast from the past, J. Warner continues to examine the ancient non-canonical writings to see what they say about Jesus. In this episode, J. Warner examines the Gospel of Basilides, the (Greek) Gospel of the Egyptians, the Gospel of Cerinthus, the Dialogue of the Saviour, the Gospel of …

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What Do the Non-Canonical Gospels Say About Jesus – Part 1 (Podcast)

In this blast from the past, J. Warner begins to examine the ancient non-canonical writings to see what they say about Jesus. Are these documents alternate eyewitness accounts? Do they express the truth about Jesus, lost over the centuries? Are there any good reasons for us to accept what they …

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Why Shouldn’t We Trust the Non-Canonical Gospels Attributed to Bartholomew?

Why Shouldn't We Trust the Non-Canonical Gospels Attributed to Bartholomew

I’ve written at length about the late non-canonical gospels, and in this article, I’d like to investigate two documents attributed to Bartholomew. All of these texts were rejected by the Christian community even though they often contain nuggets of truth related to Jesus. They are elaborate stories, legends and fabrications, …

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Why Shouldn’t We Trust the Non-Canonical Gospels Attributed to James?

Why Shouldn’t We Trust the Non-Canonical Gospels Attributed to James?

Many Christians (especially young believers) are unaware of the ancient non-Canonical stories and legends related to Jesus. Maybe that’s why so many are easily shaken by critics who claim these late religious fabrications are true. Some skeptics, like Bart Ehrman, maintain these non-canonical texts describe versions of Christianity lost to …

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