I need a list of all biblical books…?

Question by Jorge: I need a list of all biblical books…?
I need a list of ALL books of the bible.

But not the everyday books, I want a list of:

The Apocrypha
The Pseudepigrapha
The Deuterocanonical books
The New Testament Apocrypha
And ALL other biblical books relevant to Ancient Judaism, and Christianity.

From Sirach to The Wisdom of Solomon to The Gospel of Mary to Psalms 153 to The Gospel of the Egyptians.

Please, it would be very much appreciated.

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  1. Go to the internet sacred texts archive. I was on their earlier for deuterocanonical books (I wanted to read Maccabees).

  2. The Apocrypha:

    1 Esdras
    2 Esdras
    Rest of Esther
    Ecclesiasticus (also known as Sirach)
    Baruch and the Epistle of Jeremy
    Song of the Three Children
    Story of Susanna
    The Idol Bel and the Dragon
    Prayer of Manasses
    1 Maccabees
    2 Maccabees

    The Pseudepigrapha:

    3 Maccabees
    4 Maccabees
    Assumption of Moses
    Ethiopic Book of Enoch (1 Enoch)
    Slavonic Book of Enoch (2 Enoch)
    Book of Jubilees
    Greek Apocalypse of Baruch (3 Baruch)
    Letter of Aristeas
    Life of Adam and Eve
    Martyrdom and Ascension of Isaiah
    Psalms of Solomon
    Sibylline Oracles
    Syriac Apocalypse of Baruch (2 Baruch)
    Testaments of the Twelve Patriarchs

    The deuterocanonical books are the same as the Apocrypha in the Catholic Church, although the Ethiopian Orthodox also use 1, 2, and 3 Maqyaban.

    The NT Apocrypha:

    Syriac Infancy Gospel
    History of Joseph the Carpenter
    Life of John the Baptist
    Gospel of the Hebrews
    Gospel of the Nazarenes
    Gospel of the Ebionites
    Gospel of Marcion
    Gospel of Mani
    Gospel of Apelles
    Gospel of Bardesanes
    Gospel of Basilides
    Gospel of Cerinthus
    Gospel of Thomas
    Gospel of Peter
    Gospel of Nicodemus (also called the “Acts of Pilate”)
    Gospel of Bartholomew
    Questions of Bartholomew
    Resurrection of Jesus Christ
    Acts of Andrew
    Acts of Barnabas
    Acts of John
    Acts of the Martyrs
    Acts of Paul
    Acts of Paul and Thecla
    Acts of Peter
    Acts of Peter and Andrew
    Acts of Peter and Paul
    Acts of Peter and the Twelve
    Acts of Philip
    Acts of Pilate
    Acts of Thomas
    Acts of Xanthippe, Polyxena, and Rebecca
    Epistle of Barnabas
    Epistles of Clement
    Epistle of the Corinthians to Paul
    Epistle of Ignatius to the Smyrnaeans
    Epistle of Ignatius to the Trallians
    Epistle of Polycarp to the Philippians
    Epistle to Diognetus
    Epistle to the Laodiceans (an epistle in the name of Paul)
    Epistle to Seneca the Younger (an epistle in the name of Paul)
    Third Epistle to the Corinthians
    Apocalypse of Paul (distinct from the Coptic Apocalypse of Paul)
    Apocalypse of Peter (distinct from the Gnostic Apocalypse of Peter)
    Apocalypse of Pseudo-Methodius
    Apocalypse of Thomas (also called the Revelation of Thomas)
    Apocalypse of Stephen (also called the Revelation of Stephen)
    First Apocalypse of James (also called the First Revelation of James)
    Second Apocalypse of James (also called the Second Revelation of James)
    The Shepherd of Hermas
    The Home Going of Mary
    The Falling asleep of the Mother of God
    The Descent of Mary
    Apostolic Constitutions (church regulations supposedly asserted by the apostles)
    Book of Nepos
    Canons of the Apostles
    Cave of Treasures (also called The Treasure)
    Clementine literature
    Didache (possibly the first written catechism)
    Liturgy of St James
    Penitence of Origen
    Prayer of Paul
    Sentences of Sextus
    The Unknown Berlin Gospel (also called the Gospel of the Saviour)
    The Naassene Fragment
    The Fayyum Fragment
    The Secret Gospel of Mark
    The Oxyrhynchus Gospels
    The Egerton Gospel

    Gnostic Gospels:

    Apocryphon of James (also called the “Secret Book of James”)
    Book of Thomas the Contender
    Dialogue of the Saviour
    Gospel of Judas (also called the “Gospel of Judas Iscariot”)
    Gospel of Mary (also called the “Gospel of Mary Magdalene”)
    Gospel of Philip
    Greek Gospel of the Egyptians (distinct from the Coptic Gospel of the Egyptians)
    The Sophia of Jesus Christ
    Gospel of Truth
    Gnostic Apocalypse of Peter (distinct from the Apocalypse of Peter)
    Pistis Sophia
    Second Treatise of the Great Seth
    Apocryphon of John (also called the “Secret Gospel of John”)
    Coptic Gospel of the Egyptians (distinct from the Greek Gospel of the Egyptians)
    Coptic Apocalypse of Paul (distinct from the Apocalypse of Paul)
    Trimorphic Protennoia
    Ophite Diagrams
    Books of Jeu

    Most of the so-called “Jewish Apocrypha” has never been found, and is only known through mentions of some of the books.

  3. Some thing tells me you already have this list and some thing also tells me you have a strange fetish for fairy tales. Am I right?

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