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Here you will find the overview of Scriptures we have of Christianity. There are currently 7 Scriptures available to read online. This sums to a total of 17,379 words and 96,995 characters.

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Allogenes is a Sethian Gnostic text from the New Testament apocrypha. The text concerns revelations to Allogenes (meaning: 'from a different family or nation'). Translated by John D.Turner and Orval S. Wintermute
translated by John D.Turner
3,816 words read / comments (0)
This scriptures tells the story of Peter and the Apostles on a trip to spread the gospel. Eventually they find a man who calls himself Lithargoel and sells pearls. He tells the Apostles that they will find and get pearls when they...
translated by Douglas M. Parrott
2,296 words read / comments (0)
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Adam in his 700th year tells Seth how he learned a word of knowledge of the eternal God from Eve and that he and Eve were indeed more powerful than their supposed creator. Adam then prophecies at length attempts of the subcrea...
translated by George W. MacRae
3,006 words read / comments (0)
added 2011-05-17
This text describes the ascent of Paul through various stages of Heaven, with Yaltabaoth (described as an old man on a throne) attempting to prevent further ascent. * Note: This is the 'Gnostic' Apocalypse of Paul. Translat...
translated by George W. MacRae
1,053 words read / comments (0)
added 2011-05-17
This text is about the crucifixion of Jesus and depicts him as laughing and warning against people who cleave to the name of a dead man, thinking they shall become pure. * Note: This is the 'Gnostic' Apocalypse of Peter.
translated by James Brashler
2,349 words read / comments (0)
This text is about a Revelation Discourse between James the Just and Jesus. According to the text, James is the spiritual brother brother of Jesus.
translated by William R. Schoedel
2,504 words read / comments (0)
The text features a kiss between James and Jesus, on the lips, in a similar manner to the way in which Jesus is said to have kissed Mary Magdalene in other gnostic texts. The text also describes how such a kiss was a metaphor f...
translated by William R. Schoedel
2,355 words read / comments (0)