Gospel of the Hebrews

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The Gospel of the Hebrews or Gospel According to the Hebrews is a lost Judeo-Christian syncretistic work. It is known only from fragments quoted by early Christian apologists, and is mentioned by Eusebius in his Ecclesiastical History, Book III, chapter 25 "The Sacred Scriptures Acknowledged as Genuine, and Those that are Not."

See Gospel of the Hebrews - Early Christian Writings (earlychristianwritings.com)