Gospels.net Changes Hands

Gospels.net Changes Hands September 7, 2017

I received the following from Andrew Bernhard about a site that he has maintained for many years: Gospels.net.

Thank you to all who have visited my site during the past twenty years. I am humbled by the attention it has received and grateful for the opportunities it has provided me to connect with interesting people around the world.

I am now pleased to pass gospels.net on to Mark Mattison. I have been impressed by his dedication, as an independent scholar, to preparing public domain translations of ancient gospels not included in the New Testament. I regard Mark’s work in making these gospels available online and usable by all as invaluable.

I wish Mark only the best in continuing his work of making these texts easily accessible (without either sensationalizing or denigrating them). Gospels.net is his website now.

The new gospels.net makes Mark Mattison’s translations of The Gospel of Thomas, The Gospel of Mary, The Gospel of Judas, and other ancient gospels not included in the New Testament easily accessible online.

The site has long been an incredibly useful resource. It sounds like it will continue to be everything it has been, plus even more, going forward.

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