Coptic Apocalypse of Paul
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The Coptic Apocalypse of Paul is one of the texts of the New Testament apocrypha found in the Nag Hammadi library of Codex V. The text is not to be confused with the Apocalypse of Paul, which is unrelated.
- Mills & Bullard 1990, p. 664.
- Mills, Watson E.; Bullard, Roger Aubrey (1990). Mercer Dictionary of the Bible. Mercer University Press. ISBN 9780865543737.
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