24
Jul
09

Secret Gospel of Mark on Gospels.net

Gospels.net, a blog and archive developed by Andrew Bernhard, is quickly amassing an excellent collection of images, online resources, and offline bibliography dedicated to the apocryphal gospels.  This week saw the addition of material dedicated to the Secret Gospel of Mark (selected bibliography and other links, which may be found here), as well as a nice two-part sketch of its initial publication and the questions surrounding its current location (which may be found here and here).  The bibliography is a little thin—Scott Brown, one of the most vigorous defenders of the authenticity of Secret Mark in recent years, is conspicuously absent—but I suspect that this will be rectified as the site continues to develop.

I look forward to further additions, for Secret Mark and the plethora of other early Christian gospels.

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