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- A medieval forgery by a convert to Islam purporting to give the secret teaching of Jesus. It consists of 222 chapters and claims that Jesus (who was not crucified—Judas took his place) prophesied the coming of Muhammad.
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Gospel of Barnabas — The Gospel of Barnabas is a book depicting the life of Jesus, and claiming to be by Jesus disciple Barnabas, who in this work is one of the twelve apostles. Two manuscripts are known to have existed, both dated to the late 16th century and… … Wikipedia
Barnabas Zhang — (張巴拿巴 Pinyin: Zhāng Bānábā, 1882 1961), was born in Shandong county on 11 February 1882. His former name was Diàn Jǔ (殿舉) and he worked as a farmer. He was also a collector of antiques.*In 1910, when Diàn Jǔ was twenty eight years of age, Ling… … Wikipedia
Gospel of St. Matthew — Gospel of St. Matthew † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Gospel of St. Matthew I. CANONICITY The earliest Christian communities looked upon the books of the Old Testament as Sacred Scripture, and read them at their religious assemblies.… … Catholic encyclopedia
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Gospel — Four gospels redirects here. For other uses, see The Four Gospels (disambiguation). For other uses, see Gospel (disambiguation). First page of the Gospel of Mark in Armenian, by Sargis Pitsak, 14th century. A gospel is an account, often written,… … Wikipedia
Barnabas, Feast of Saint — A Holy Day of the Church observed on June 11th. St. Barnabas was born at Cyprus, but was a Jew of the tribe of Levi. His original name was Joses, but after our Lord s Ascension he was called Barnabas, meaning the Son of Consolation. (Acts 4:36 … American Church Dictionary and Cyclopedia
Barnabas — Barnabé Barnabé Barnabé ou Barnabas († v. 60) est un personnage du Nouveau Testament. Il est considéré comme un saint par les catholiques romains (fêté le 11 juin) et les orthodoxes. Sommaire 1 Biograph … Wikipédia en Français
BARNABAS, ST. — a member of the first Christian brotherhood, a companion of St. Paul s, and characterised in the Acts as a good man ; stoned to death at Cyprus, where he was born; an epistle extant bears his name, but is not believed to be his work; the… … The Nuttall Encyclopaedia
Acts of Barnabas — The text of the pseudepigraphical Acts of Barnabas claims to identify its author as John Mark, the companion of Paul, as if writing an account of Barnabas, the Cypriot Jew who was a member of the earliest church at Jerusalem; through the services … Wikipedia