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As you can see, the article is far from finished. I had originally planned to write this article on a subpage of my user-page, but since I won't be able to continue until 2008 due to heavy time restraints, I figured I might as well create it in CZ public. If you know something about this topic, e.g. another neoapocryphal writing, feel free to add it in the appropriate chapter. If you have more information, edit the article. I'll get back to this one in 2008.  Arne Eickenberg  talk 12:02, 5 August 2007 (CDT)

An additional note: Paragraphs on the specific gospels and writings should (and hopefully will) not be too bulked. For important neoapocrypha (like the Book of Mormon and the Aquarius Gospel) individual articles should eventually be created.  Arne Eickenberg  talk 12:10, 5 August 2007 (CDT)

This has got a lot of lists. I imagine it could be improved by moving those lists to Neoapocrypha/Catalogs. --Larry Sanger 09:46, 13 September 2007 (CDT)

I thought about this too, mainly because the list kept getting longer and longer. ;-) Maybe the main article should only be dealing with the phenomenon of the neoapocrypha in general, its characteristics and precursors etc. plus notable examples. The main list could then be split off, with further links to notable neoapocryphal writings like the Book of Mormon etc.  Arne Eickenberg  talk 20:21, 14 September 2007 (CDT)