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  1. The Book of Enoch

    R. H. Charles

    Wipf and Stock / JUN 2002

    "The present book from the Ethiopic belongs to the second and first centuries B.C. All the writers of the New Testament were familiar with it, and were more or less influenced by it in thought and... read more »
  2. The Babylonian Laws

    G. R. Driver, John C. Miles

    Wipf and Stock / APR 2007

    This brilliant two-volume work combines the expertise of one of the world's leading Semitists (Driver) and a renowned barrister and legal historian (Miles). Together they provide an in-depth... read more »
  3. The Apologies of Justin Martyr

    A. W. F. Blunt

    Wipf and Stock / MAR 2006

    "In these [Apologies] Justin gives no formal or logical exposition, scarcely even an outline, of a complete Christian system. His purpose is merely to collect arguments to justify fair and... read more »
  4. The Apocryphal Gospels

    B. Harris Cowper

    Wipf and Stock / MAY 2006

    Contents

    Introduction
    The Protoevangelium of James
    The Gospel of Pseudo-Matthew
    The Gospel of the Nativity of Mary
    The History of Joseph the Carpenter
    The [Infancy]... read more »
  5. The Apocryphal Acts of Paul, Peter, John, Andrew, and Thomas

    Bernhard Pick

    Wipf and Stock / MAY 2006

    The publication of the apocryphal Acts in Greek and Latin by Lipsius and Bonnet as well as Schmidt "have opened a large, but very little cultivated field of ancient Christian literature. The oldest... read more »
  6. The Apocalypse of Baruch

    Wipf and Stock / MAR 2001

    The 'Apocalypse of Baruch' (or '2 Baruch') was evidently written originally in Hebrew, translated into Greek, and then from Greek into Syriac. This book presents a vivid picture of the hopes and... read more »
  7. The Apocalypse of Adam

    Charles W. Hedrick

    Wipf and Stock / SEP 2005

    The 'Apocalypse of Adam' was discovered among the papyri from the ancient gnostic library at Nag Hammadi, Egypt, in 1946. It is a "revelatory discourse" that Adam delivers to his son Seth. This... read more »
  8. The Annals of Sennacherib

    Daniel David Luckenbill

    Wipf and Stock / SEP 2005

    "Sennacharib had evidently long since made up his mind as to the manner in which Babylonian pride was to be handled. He did not take the hand of Marduk as viceroy, but he had himself proclaimed... read more »
  9. Psalms of the Pharisees, Commonly Called the Psalms of Solomon

    Herbert E. Ryle, Montague Rhodes James

    Wipf and Stock / APR 2006

    "The text of this edition is based on collations of three MSS. unknown to previous editors, together with a fresh collation of the two remaining authorities. Passages in which the LXX version... read more »
  10. Early Babylonian Letters from Larsa

    Henry F. Lutz

    Wipf and Stock / SEP 2005

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