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.

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The Five Gospels Parallels
The texts of Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, and Thomas in English. With cross-references to parallel passages.
The Gospel of St Thomas
Includes links to translations, resources, and books as well as introductory information with scholarly quotes.
The Gospel of Thomas
Four translations; articles; and links.
The Gospel of Thomas
English translation of the Gospel of Thomas by Thomas O. Lambdin.
Gospel of Thomas
Introduction by Geoff Trowbridge.
The Thomas Gospel
A revised translation of the Gospel of Thomas with comments that stress metaphorical interpretation.

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