Q - The hypothesis that at one time there was a collection of Jesus' sayings and teachings created as a separate document.
Synoptic Gospels - Biblical chapters Matthew, Mark, and Luke are called this because they follow a similar outline and their content is related.
Uncial Manuscripts - These are Greek documents written in all capital letters, the most important of which are the Codex Sinaiticus.
Pseudepigraphia - This is the proliferation of gospels, epistles, and apocalypses in the first few centuries after Jesus lived on earth.
The Antiquities - Written by the noted ancient historian Josephus, this covers the history of the Jews from the time of creation up through the author's lifetime.
Testimonium Flavianum - This lengthy section within Josephus' history deals with the life of Jesus and corroborates his life, death, and resurrection.
4Q521 - This nonbiblical manuscript is part of the collection known...
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