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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on August 4, 2002 20:31:05 UTC

Chris Duncan wrote:
"At the end of the movie "Stigmata", it discussed the Gospel of St. Thomas which are also called the
"Secret Sayings of the Living Jesus". I was just hoping someone here could help me find the website
where I can read this Gospel. I have tried many times to no avail."

Here's an askjeeves.com site with
several translations of the Gospel of Thomas
(it was part of the apocrypha)

I didn't like the film very much, btw.

Most of those old documents are interesting mainly because they are old. But some folks haven't had an original thought in their life, and must look only to old documents for guidance ? :)

Speaking of "sorry,"
someone with your family name "reviewed" my
novel in 1988 for a writing contest and
gave it very poor marks -- the poorest
possible on the checklist by that company
in Dayton, Washington.

It's my understanding that "Duncan" is
a family name that would like to inhabit the
Scottish throne . I am almost half Scottish
...so maybe it was one of those literary
intrigues that moved them to say my novel was
that bad. Although, it is always possible that
it WAS that bad by some standard. :)




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