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#1 Jan Klein

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Posted Today, 07:34 AM

Good afternoon all of you,

 

Is there a way to show the table of contents in the Pseudepigraphic modules? I have three kinds of Pseudepigraphs in English one in Greek, but can't find Pseudo-Clement (Pseudo Clementines ).

 

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Posted Today, 09:00 AM

Hi, Jan!

 

I don't believe Pseudo-Clementine is included in any of our resources at present. Our "Pseudepigrapha" focuses on intertestamental literature and is roughly equivalent to works found in Charles and Charlesworth.

 

Pseudo-Clementines is found in Wilhelm Schneemelcher's New Testament Apocrypha. Our equivalent collection of NT Apocrypha is not yet complete. We have so far only issued various Gospels, Acts, and Apocalypses.

 

Sorry.


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Posted Today, 09:02 AM

Oh, I forgot to add that typing a book name into the Library search box will now show the text modules that contain that book. Once open, we can click on the the GoTo box (lower right corner of the text pane) to see a list of books in it. Selecting one of them will jump the text to that book.


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