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Pseudo-Barnabas usually refers to the Epistle of Barnabas and to its author, who is considered an Apostolic Father,[1] but whom most modern scholars judge not to be St. Barnabas.[2]

Sometimes "Pseudo-Barnabas" refers to the Gospel of Barnabas, which most scholars consider to be a late medieval work, post-1300.

The Acts of Barnabas is yet another pseudepigraphical work attributed to the name Barnabas.