What is the Gospel of Peter?

The Gospel of Peter is a non-canonical gospel discovered in 1886 in the grave of a Christian monk near Akhmim, Egypt. The Gospel of Peter is a fascinating and fragmentary little gospel that likely circulated during, or even before, the New Testament Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. Many of the stories found in the Gospel of Peter sound a lot like the stories found in the New Testament gospels, but Peter’s gospel adds new details here and there and sometimes adds very different details to familiar stories. Was this gospel once considered inspired scripture by the earliest Christians? Watch to find out more!

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