Gospel of the Egyptians
The Gospel of the Egyptians was apparently read in Egyptian churches in the 2nd and 3rd centuries. The known fragments of text takes the form of a discussion between the disciple Salome and Jesus who advocate celibacy and overcoming the alleged sinful differences between male and female.
The Greek Gospel of the Egyptians is perhaps written in the 2nd century. Referential evidences suggest a date ca 120-150.
Year: 80-150 AD
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