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 Ante-Nicene Christianity  New window
 Includes writings of some Apostolic fathers, and some topical collections of beliefs on issues.
 Apocryphal New Testament Writings  New window
 List, with bibliography and links.
 Early Christian Writings  New window
 Information and translations for the New Testament, Apocrypha, Gnostics, Church Fathers, Gnostic Gospels, Pseudepigrapha Epistles, Apocryphal Acts, and documents of early Christianity like the Gospel of St. Thomas.
 Early  New window
 Resource for students of early Church history. Includes articles, detailed bibliographies, and images of church fathers.
 Early Sources of Christianity  New window
 An introduction to the origins of Christianity with links to source material.
 Fathers of the Church  New window
 An extensive compilation of councils, synods, canons, and writings of the Fathers.
 Gnostic Society Library  New window
 A collection of materials dealing with Gnosis and Gnosticism, both ancient and modern. Includes the Nag Hammadi Library.
 ICL Guide to Early Church Documents  New window
 Includes canonical literature, and creeds. Hosted by the Institute for Christian Leadership.
 Jewish Roots of Eastern Christian Mysticism  New window
 Research seminar investigates the influence of Jewish pseudepigrapha, Markabah and Hekhaloth writings and Enochic tradition on the eastern Christian texts.
 Noncanonical Homepage  New window
 English translations for acts, gospels, epistles, pseudepigrapha, and other apocrypha of the Old and New Testament.

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