The Gospel of Thomas is a collection of sayings or brief dialogues attributed to Jesus. It was compiled about 150 - 250 A. D. The only complete copy is a Coptic translation found in Egypt, although fragments of Greek texts are extant. As the earliest extant non-canonical document about Jesus, it commands considerable scholarly attention and public interest.
Introduction by Geoff Trowbridge.
Includes links to translations, resources, and books as well as introductory information with scholarly quotes.
Four translations; articles; and links.
English translation of the Gospel of Thomas by Thomas O. Lambdin.
A revised translation of the Gospel of Thomas with comments that stress metaphorical interpretation.
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