The Gospel of Thomas: Insights into Early Christian Thoughts

The Gospel of Thomas is a rare discovery of early Christianity, deliberately excluded from the Bible due to its controversial teachings conflicting with Christian orthodoxy. This Gospel holds unique value for it contains many of Jesus' sayings absent in canonical gospels. These omitted texts, labeled non-canonical or apocryphal, offer diverse insights into Jesus' life and teachings but were excluded from the New Testament canon due to differing content and beliefs, not aligning with mainstream doctrine.

The Gospel of Thomas
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