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O Evangelho de Tomé

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O Evangelho de Tomé faz parte dos textos apócrifos do Novo Testamento. Descoberto em 1945, no Alto Egito, juntamente com uma série de outros escritos gnósticos em língua copta da biblioteca de Nag Hammadi, 'O Evangelho de Tomé' é também conhecido como 'O Evangelho gnóstico segundo Tomé', 'Palavras secretas de Jesus a Tomé', ou simplesmente 'Quinto Evangelho'. Constitui uma ...more
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Amos Smith
Thomas is the most reputable of the non-canonical gospels in scholarly circles.

It's very early. Some claim as early at 30ACE

It is also novel in that there is no mention of the crucifixion and resurrection.

It is simply a series of wisdom sayings, many of which are unique and non-dual.

In the East, where there wasn't so much persecution of the Church by the Romans, crucifixion and martyrdom became less central.

A good translation!

-Amos Smith (author of Healing The Divide: Recovering Christianity's M
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Jean-Yves Leloup, an Orthodox theologian, is well known in Europe, North and South America as a popular author on spirituality and psychology. He is the founder of the Institute of Other Civilization Studies and the International College of Therapists. He has written more than fifty books and has also translated and commented the gospels of Thomas, Miriam of Magdala, Philip and John.
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