Acts of John
The Acts of John is a collection of narratives and traditions concerning John the Apostle inspired by the Gospel of John long known in fragmentary form. It is considered one of the most significant of the apostolic Acts in the New Testament apocrypha.
The surviving Latin fragments, by contrast, seem to have been purged of unorthodox content, according to their translator M. R. James: the Latin fragments contain episodes now missing in the Greek.
Year: 150-200 AD
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