The Gospel According to the Hebrews

Like the ancient Nazarenes, we also make use of the Gospel according to the Hebrews. As Eusebius writes about the Nazarenes:

“And among them [doubted books] some have placed
the Gospel according to the Hebrews which is
the especial delight of those of the Hebrews
who have accepted Messiah.”
(Eusebius; Eccl. Hist. 3:25:5)

And as Jerome frequently mentions:

In the Gospel according to the Hebrews,
which is written in the Chaldee and Syrian language,
but in Hebrew letters, and is used by the Nazarenes
to this day…
(Jerome; Against Pelagius 3:2)

And in the Gospel according to the Hebrews,
which the Nazarenes are accustomed to read,…
(Jerome; Commentary on Ezek. 18:7)

The Gospel according to the Hebrews is a lost apocryphal Gospel which exists today only in about fifty quotations scattered throughout the writings of the ancient “Church Fathers”, however a reconstruction of the book in English has been created by James Scott Trimm, and is used by many modern Nazarenes.

To find out more about the Gospel according to the Hebrews:

Surviving Fragments of the Gospel according to the Hebrews

The Gospel according to the Hebrews: The Synoptic Solution

Complete Reconstruction of The Gospel according to the Hebrews is available from Take Hold Books