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The Gospel of Thomas: The Mystery of the Lion

Previous Post: How to Live The Gospel of Thomas is an apocryphal (non canonical) gospel containing sayings of Jesus. Being a sayings gospel, like the theoretical gospel of Q, the source of the sayings in the gospels of Matthew and … Continue reading

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The Gospel of Thomas: How to Live

Previous Post: Salvation Through Gnosis The Gospel of Thomas is an apocryphal (non canonical) gospel containing sayings of Jesus. Being a sayings gospel, like the theoretical gospel of Q, the source of the sayings in the gospels of Matthew and … Continue reading

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The Gospel of Thomas: Salvation Through Gnosis

The Gospel of Thomas is an apocryphal (non canonical) gospel containing sayings of Jesus. Being a sayings gospel, like the theoretical gospel of Q, the source of the sayings in the gospels of Matthew and Luke, the gospel of Thomas … Continue reading

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Carpe Diem: Claim Your Agency

The Roman’s had a saying, “Fortuna Audaces Iuvat”, which, in English, is “Fortune Favours the Bold”, a popular motto that emphasizes the importance of self-initiative and agency. Some Christians have criticized the expression as being contrary to the Bible’s message … Continue reading

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