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infancy gospels

Apocryphal books, such as Pseudo-Matthew, James, and Thomas, detailing events not mentioned in the canonical Gospels; the latter two have been the most popular. No early Christian writer considered the infancy gospels to have any authority for believers or any place among the canonical Scriptures. See also canon; Cullmann, Oscar; Gospels, canonical; Infancy Gospel of James; Infancy Gospel of Thomas.



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