There was the Gospel of Thomas, Mary had a gospel, they all had a gospel.
What does GoT stand for?
GoT stands for Gospel of Thomas
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Both the New and Old Testament are included, as well as Apocrypha and other non-canonical scripture, like the Gospel of Thomas.
But there are skeptical scholars who believe the papyrus may have been fabricated by an amateur who used words and phrases from Michael Grondin's "Interlinear Coptic-English Translation of the Gospel of Thomas.
In An American Gospel, Reece thoughtfully proposes that this country has its own take on the message of Jesus, and that it is based more on the writings of Whitman, Emerson, Thomas Jefferson, and the Gospel of Thomas than on fundamentalist interpretations of the canonical gospels.
As the poet wanders among emblematic churches, with successive companions, guides, and alter egos like Ludwig of Bavaria, Nietzsche, and Ezra Pound, she is transformed into the woman of the title, resisting the view expressed in the Gospel of Thomas that only by becoming male can a woman "become a living spirit like you males.
Dr Williams has in the past endorsed a version of the NT that has five gospels; it includes the apocryphal Gospel of Thomas and leaves out the book of Revelation.
DeConick, a study of communal memory in the Gospel of Thomas.
The story opens with a powerful hook based on The Gospel of Thomas in which the young Jesus unwittingly kills a local bully and subsequently revives him.