Accounts of Jesus outside of Gospels?

I am looking for a book or other reference listing and discussing accounts of Jesus outside of what is written in the Gospels. I recently learned about the Jewish historian Josephus and what he wrote in Antiquities. What else has been recorded? Thank you very much for any help you can provide!

Here are a few sources…

probe.org/docs/ancient.html

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Thanks for the link.

One other thing we know from Josephus was that James was the brother of Jesus and leader of the Jerusalem Church. Josephus also tells us that James was highly regarded by both the Jewish and Jewish folllowers of Jesus community.

Here is another interesting site:

Early Christian Writings

J_C, hermit, Annunciata: Thanks so much for the info!

LJS

One other thing we know from Josephus was that James was the brother of Jesus and leader of the Jerusalem Church. Josephus also tells us that James was highly regarded by both the Jewish and Jewish folllowers of Jesus community.

Speaking of the Apostles, has anyone (especially you learned apologist types!) read the book The Twelve: The Lives of the Apostles after Calvary by Bernard Ruffin? I read it (and found it quite fascinating) a few years ago, but don’t know how accurate the research behind it is. As I recall, it did not carry an Imprimatur, but seemed Catholic in theology and tone.

Here’s the obligatory Amazon link:
amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0879739266/qid=/sr=/ref=cm_lm_asin/102-4641185-4777768?v=glance

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