Gospel of Barnabas
Evangelium secundum Barnabam
The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church
Barnabas, Gospel of
Barnabas, Gospel of. A writing in Italian, apparently dating from the 14th cent., by a native of Italy who had renounced Christianity for Islam. An ‘Evangelium secundum Barnabam’ is also listed in the ‘*Decretum Gelasianum’ among the spuria; but this is prob. an independent work, now wholly lost.Ital.
Baker Encyclopedia of Christian Apologetics
Barnabas, Gospel Of
Barnabas, Gospel of. Muslims often cite The Gospel of Barnabas in defense of Islamic teaching (see Muhammad, Alleged Divine Call of; Qur’an, Alleged Divine Origin of). In fact, it is a best-seller in many Muslim countries. Suzanne Haneef, in her annotated bibliography on Islam, highly recommends it,
The Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible, Volume 1, A–C
Barnabas, Gospel of (Writing)
Barnabas, Gospel of. The Gelasian Decree (6th cent.) mentions a spurious work entitled Evangelium secundum Barnabam (see NTAp, 1:38; it is listed beside the Gospel of Matthias, and Matthias is identified with Barnabas in the Clementine Recognitions). There appears to be no other trace of this work, and