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Acts of Andrew, The

Late-second-or early-third-century Christian document; supposed account of the apostle Andrew's missionary journeys and martyrdom (in Achaia [southern Greece] and Scythia [Ukraine, southern Russia]). Acts of Andrew seems to have utilized Acts of John and Acts of Peter as sources; it may have come from the same author, who was certainly not an eyewitness of first-century events. Although popular among some ancient and medieval Christians, no early Christian writer considered this document to have any authority for believers or any place among the canonical Scriptures. See also apocrypha; canon.



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