Nag Hammadi at Early Christian Writings

As Peter Kirby mentioned on his blog a few days ago, he has added the Nag Hammadi Gnostic texts to his wonderfully useful website, Early Christian Writings.

Mike Grondin has now added two lists of those materials to his Gospel of Thomas website: one listing the Nag Hammadi texts alphabetically by name, the other listing them by codex. Both lists link to the relevant pages on the Early Christian Writings website.

The Gnostic Society Library also has translations and other useful materials.

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  • Dan

    Wow, Peter Kirby’s still around. The last time I saw him online was during his nervous breakdown, where he vandalized the Internet Infidels forum, got banned, and (I heard from another IIDB regular) re-converted to Catholicism. It’s good to see him well. I really appreciate his uploading books by Loisy et al.

  • Gary

    Fundamentalists take note on inerrancy; Silvanus, “Live in Christ, and you will acquire a treasure in heaven. Do not become a sausage (made) of many things which are useless, and do not become a guide in your blind ignorance.”

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