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This front matter section of the book The Early Church in Its Context: Essays in Honor of Everett Ferguson contains the table of contents, preface, Everett Ferguson: An Appreciation, list of contributors and list of abbreviations. During the last three decades, Everett Ferguson has contributed immensely to our knowledge of early Christianity, and there is no sign that his literary output is abating. The ceremonies of baptism in the cathedral of Milan at Eastertide of the year 387 were marked by special joy. Two texts from Nag Hammadi are distinctive. The character of the non scriptural works cited in the Nag Hammadi collection consists of three types of material: narratives akin to biblical apocrypha and pseudepigrapha.

Keywords: biblical apocrypha; Everett Ferguson; pseudepigrapha.



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