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Brandon W. Hawk is an associate professor of English at Rhode Island College who writes about the Middle Ages, biblical apocrypha, and intersections with pop culture. Read more on brandonwhawk.net and follow him on Twitter @b_hawk.

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Apocrypha for Beginners by Brandon W. Hawk
"More Writings

An excellent way to learn what’s in the Apocrypha. Some of the stories add to the Bible.
However, you can understand why they were left out of the Bible."
Apocrypha for Beginners by Brandon W. Hawk
"Good overview.

The author goes thru several apocryphal texts giving about a page overview to each. Not a bad introduction to the texts covered."
Apocrypha for Beginners by Brandon W. Hawk
" Right, the concept is a historical designation, which means that it seeks to avoid a theological or religious framework as the assumption for a dating ...more "
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An Introduction to the Medieval Bible by Frans Van Liere
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Many scholars and teachers of the Bible in the medieval period know that a general introduction to the subject is hard to find. There is, of course, the monumental Cambridge History of the Bible (volume 2), as well Beryl Smalley’s The Study of the Bi ...more
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Secret Scriptures Revealed by Tony Burke
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In Secret Scriptures Revealed: A New Introduction to the Christian Apocrypha (Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2013), Tony Burke offers an excellent tour for all those interested in the subject. The book presents a lucid, accessible introduction appropria ...more
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The Jewish Annotated Apocrypha by Jonathan Klawans
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The book is full of excellent contributions, including introductory material, annotations, and cogent essays for context. The translations all come from the well-known New Revised Standard Version of the Bible, but the introductions and annotations a ...more
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The Oxford Handbook of the Apocrypha by Gerbern S. Oegema
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The Oxford Handbook of the Apocrypha is an excellent volume, and I’ve very much enjoyed reading through and thinking with it. I’m glad to see a diverse group of contributors and a wide range of different types of contributions to the book, including ...more
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The Jewish Annotated Apocrypha by Jonathan Klawans
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The book is full of excellent contributions, including introductory material, annotations, and cogent essays for context. The translations all come from the well-known New Revised Standard Version of the Bible, but the introductions and annotations a ...more
Apocrypha for Beginners by Brandon W. Hawk
"Useful book.
Repeated use of BCE and CE!??"
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