Thursday, April 22, 2010
Gospel of St. Thomas in Focus
The Newly revealed Gospel of St. Thomas is a non-canonical Gospel known as the Apocryphal book of the gospels. The collections of Gospels has an uncanny similarity if not connections to the four Gospels in the New Testament during Chrit's ministry in Jerusalem that was widely recognized by the Cannon Law of the Cathtolic Church. Discovered in 1945, in Nag Hammadi , Egypt wriiten in Coptic Language and named by modern day Scholars as Codex 2 the Gospel contained sayings of Jesus Christ written in Aramaic a-- hebrew language that is almost extinct. Mostly called the Hidden Words of Jesus becuase it was literally hidden and was not intended for publications along with the four Gospels in the New Testaments by--Cannon Law Priests and High ranking Church Officials in the Early Christian Orthodox Church.