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  Gnosticism: The Gnostic Gospels of Thomas and Eve.
Gnosticism: The Gnostic Gospels of Thomas and Eve.
The four gospels are only four out of dozens that were whittled down by the formation of the church canon, and by censorship and physical destruction of rival texts.
Two of the Gnostic gospels - the Gospel of Thomas and the Gospel of Eve - have a clearly pantheistic tone in places.
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Although in many of the ancient copies this Gospel was, on account of the Apostolic dignity of the author inserted immediately after or even before the Gospel of St. Matthew, the position it occupies today was from the beginning the most usual and the most approved.
As regards its contents, the Gospel of St. John is a narrative of the life of Jesus from His baptism to His Resurrection and His manifestation of Himself in the midst of His disciples.
The intention of the Evangelist in composing the Gospel is expressed in the words which we have already quoted: "But these are written that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God" (xx, 31).
www.newadvent.org /cathen/08438a.htm   (6060 words)

 Sharing the Gospel with Muslims: Eve - Satan's Three Great Temptations
Eve (named Hawwa in Islam) is mentioned simply as the wife of Adam (Surah 2:35, 7:19), and no mention is made of the fact that Satan first tempted her before she persuaded her husband to eat of the forbidden fruit.
Firstly, Eve saw that the tree was "good for food." This meant it was obviously tasty, in good shape and would benefit her physical body if she ate of it.
The "lust of the flesh" made Eve see that the tree was good for food, the "lust of the eye" that it was attractive to the sight, and "the pride of life" that it was to be desired to make one wise.
answering-islam.org /Gilchrist/Sharing/02eve.html   (3681 words)

 Apocryphal Writings
Gospels of Catholic Origin: Protoevangelium Jacobi (Infancy Gospel of James, on the early life of the Blessed Virgin); Gospel of the Pseudo-Matthew; Arabic Gospel of the Infancy; History of Joseph the Carpenter; Transitus Mariae (Evangelium Joannis, on the death and assumption of the Blessed Virgin)
Gospel of St. Peter - Attributed erroneously to St. Peter, it borrows heavily from the 4 Gospels, and concerns itself chiefly with Christ's Passion, Burial, and Resurrection.
Gospel of Nicodemus - Relates the story of the Passion and Resurrection, along with an account of the intervening time during which Christ descended into hell, and Satan's fear and outrage upon hearing of Christ's crucifixion since he knew that that meant Christ was going to pay him a visit.
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 Gospel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
The word GOSPEL is from the Anglo-Saxon, god-speil, "God-story," a translation of the Greek euangelion, "good news." The Gospel is the good news of the message of salvation offered by God to all who believe in His Son, Jesus, as Lord and Savior.
Eve was well aware of God's command regarding the tree of knowledge and that they were not to partake of its fruit.
In the case of Adam and Eve, their spiritual beings had become corrupt and were separated from God, the very source of life.
www.tlogical.net /gospel.htm   (1758 words)

 Gospel and Gospels
Thus, "the Gospel according to Matthew" is equivalent to the Gospel history in the form in which St. Matthew put it in writing; "the Gospel according to Mark" designates the same Gospel history in another form, viz, in that in which St. Mark presented it in writing, etc. (cf.
From the outset, the four Gospels, the sacred character of which was thus recognized very early, differed in several respects from the numerous uncanonical Gospels which circulated during the first centuries of the Church.
In this way, as it seems, was obtained the present general order of the Gospels in which we find, at the beginning, an Apostle as author; at the end, the other Apostle; between the two, those who have to derive their authority from Apostles.
www.saint-mike.org /Papal-Library/Definitions/Gospel.html   (3410 words)

 Gospel - International Standard Bible Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
It begins with the prophecy concerning the `seed of the woman' (Genesis 3:15), and the promise concerning Abraham, in whom all the nations should be blessed (Genesis 12:3; 15:5) and is also indicated in Acts 10:43 and in the argument in Ro 4.
In another it is called "the gospel of the grace of God" (Acts 20:24); in another "the gospel of peace" (Ephesians 6:15); in another "the gospel of your salvation" (Ephesians 1:13); and in yet another "the glorious gospel" (2 Corinthians 4:4 the King James Version).
"The gospel is the gratuitous promise of the remission of sins for Christ's sake." To hold tenaciously that in this gospel we have a supernatural revelation is in perfect consistency with the spirit of scientific inquiry.
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 Eve Moffatt -- maui live entertainment, maui jazz singer, hawaii singer, maui gospel singers, maui swing, maui ...
Eve Moffatt is a professional speaker, writer, and vocalist, singing inspirational and gospel music.This highly creative and powerful motivational speaker delivers strong, passionate and meaningful messages centered around hope and meeting life's challenges.
Just don't give up!" Eve is so unwavering in her belief that we never give up on ourselves that she's written and recorded the song 'Never Give Up' which is on her second CD entitled 'God's Amazing Grace'.You can hear these two songs and samples of others songs from her CD in the Gospel section.
Eve's ability to tell her story and make it meaningful to her listeners is unlike anything ever experienced.
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 An inquiry into the substance of the Gospel
He says, “The objects of justifying faith, proper and specific…are the promises of the gospel, which cannot be received except by trust because they are proposed not only as true, but also as good.”[3] Men see the goodness of the propositions given to them and trust they are true and good.
All that is comprehended under the name “Gospel,” because it declares to us how God perfected and accomplished everything which was required for the salvation of men, and it was all done in the Person of His Son.”[16] This is a wonderful summation of what the point of this paper is all about.
No doubt she could articulate the foundational truths of the Gospel, but to say that the theology found in TULIP is the most basic of the Gospel message is to confound the simplicity of the message.
apuritansmind.com /ChristianWalk/McMahonSubstanceGospel.htm   (8767 words)

 The Mary Page: A Thought for Christmas   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
St. Luke's Gospel contrasts the splendor of the angels' announcement to the shepherds with the lowliness of Jesus in the manger.
On that first Christmas eve, the Gospel relates that the glory of the Lord shone upon the shepherds, and, struck with fear, they heard the multitude of the heavenly hosts singing.
Luke's Gospel notes that when the shepherds came to the manger at Bethlehem, they found not swaddling clothes, but "Mary and Joseph and the infant lying in a manger." The sign of the swaddling clothes had been replaced by Mary and Joseph.
www.udayton.edu /mary/meditations/christmas2.html   (564 words)

 Lessons from Eve   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
When Eve was created—when her body was made by God—Adam exclaimed, “Bone of my bones, and flesh of my flesh; she shall be called Woman, because she was taken out of man” (Moses 3:23).
Eve “was the mother of all living” (Moses 4:26).
Eve served in matriarchal partnership with the patriarchal priesthood.
www.waldsfe.org /Articles/eve.htm   (2704 words)

 TbT Spark 05.25.2003
The present day Euphrates river is not the same river of the Garden of Eden; in the same way that London Kentucky is not London, England.
Adam and Eve probably had brown eyes, a middle brown shade of melanin, and dark hair.
We are all descendants of Adam & Eve.
www.homestead.com /tbtspark/vi052503.html   (148 words)

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The coptic gospel of Thomas presupposes a kind of thought system that its hearers or readers where familiar with - and a lot of sayings and symbols in Thomas point towards a proto- gnostic or gnostic milieau.
Not the least I learnt that a gnostic sect called the Nasseans (from the hebrew root NAAS= snake) used the Gospel of Thomas as part of their sacred scripture in the 3rd century.
Thomas 77 = A comparable parallel to this saying is found in the gnostic gospel of Eve from which Epihanius quotes; "In all things I am scattered, nad from whereever you wish you collect me".
www.gospels.net /xtalk/thomas/thomas0180.txt   (858 words)

 Mission Accomplished!
E.V.E.'s mission is to build up women all over the world, through encouraging stories and testimonies.
EVE's mission is to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ through articles, poetry and testimonies.
EVE's goal is to spread our magazine all over the world.
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 Joseph Holliday's Restored Gospel Website   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
After I withdrew from the RLDS church, I joined the Church of Christ, Restored, which is a church that continues on with the restored gospel of Jesus Christ.
The same gospel that Enoch believed and which caused him, by his faith, to be translated into heaven.
The same gospel that Abraham believed and by his faith was counted unto him as righteousness.
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 What DID the Early Christians Believe? The 2nd century Apologists
The earliest gospels were anonymous writings, each known in its own community, as simply as "The Gospel", or "Scripture."
Any given community would have had one special gospel, its own, so there would have been no real need to distinguish it by name from other gospels.
Gospel of Nicodemus, or Acts of Pilate and Descent of Christ to the Under World (extant).
www.jesusneverexisted.com /apology.html   (2471 words)

Gospel of the Horns formed in Brisbane (Aus.) in '94.
Howitzer moved to Melbourne (Aus.) to help Destroyer666 with 'Unchain the Wolves' and in '98 he joined up with Marauder (who at the time was jamming with me in Bestial Warlust), and they re-opened 'The Gospels' with the 'Sinners' demo and the 'Monuments of Impurity' 7".
We recorded 'Eve of the Conqueror' and did a bit of an Australian Tour.
www.musicextreme.com /gospel.htm   (831 words)

 Da Vinci's Code: Christian Writings   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Gospel of the Adversaries of the Law and the Prophets
Collected into the category of "Gnostic Gospels" are the writings of many early followers of Jesus.
When Emperor Constantine established Christianity as the officially approved state religion in the 4th century, these writings were condemned by "orthodox" Christians as heretical.
witcombe.sbc.edu /davincicode/christian-writings.html   (303 words)

 Genesis of Eden
Consummating Eden 3: (The Synoptic Gospel of Eve)
The Five Trees of Paradise: Oracles of Yeshua the Messiah of Israel (The Synoptic Gospel of Judas the Twin)
Treading the Winepress - Yeshua and Dionysus (Yeshua's Gospel of Dhu Shara)
dhushara.tripod.com /book/genesis1.htm   (686 words)

This means that Jesus Christ was in existence even before Adam and Eve sinned, because He offered His life to be slain for the penalty of sin from the foundation, or beginning, of the world.
This same Gospel was preached unto Abraham, and pointed forward to when Jesus would come down from heaven and allow Himself to be our substitute for sin, taking the death penalty upon Himself to provide us with the only way of escape from Satan's bondage.
The corrupt church and the majority of people rejected Christ and were determined to prevent this Gospel from spreading to others by using tactics such as fear, intimidation, and even death to those who proclaimed this Gospel truth.
www.truechurchofgod.info /id26.htm   (7471 words)

 James Eve materials   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Asenath/Aseneth does not get a separate entry, although in connection with "Joseph," MRJ expounds his theory that the "Prayer(s) of Aseneth" is a substitute title for the "Prayer of Joseph" (which does have its own entry).
But on the "pseudepigrapha" side of things, DiTommaso has no entry for "Eve," apart from "Adam," and does not seem to have a sub-entry under "Adam" for this "Gospel of Eve" -- at least not that could be located through the table of contents (unfortunately, DiTommaso lacks an index).
Eve is not an insignificant figure in the Nag Hammadi texts, and the way she is treated in some of these materials (e.g.
ccat.sas.upenn.edu /rs/rak/courses/735/Parabiblical/jameseve.htm   (619 words)

Two of the Gnostic gospels – the Gospel of Thomas and the Gospel of Eve, for example – are clearly pantheistic, stating that God or Christ is present in everything and everyone.
Obviously, the Gospel of Eve is dealing with a wholly new interpretation than the one afforded by Thomas.
http://members.aol.com/heraklit1/gnostic.htm, goes on to note that, “the power of the soul was found in semen and menses.
www.halexandria.org /dward269.htm   (3017 words)

 H O M I L Y G R I T S CHRISTMAS I   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Mary never wrote a book after her Pondering, but John, the writer of the gospel set it down for us and ever since then it seems the Church has been busy trying to return that enfleshed Logos back into an "ology", a philosophical system where meaning will hang on an umlaut.
The search goes on for the right words about God, and we fumble at the task and ex-communicate each other: i.e., deprive each other of the flesh and blood of sacramental life, in favor of an ideological system, always life-diminishing.
Luke preaches the gospel when he gives a trumpet for Mary's Song of Liberation for all the poor of the human community, in all ages.
www.rci.rutgers.edu /~lcrew/grits001231.html   (1548 words)

 Metroactive Features | New Year's Eve
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 Gospel of Thomas Saying 19 - GospelThomas.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
the Gospel of Philip (Coptic text of Codex X of Chenoboskion) where this formula also appears; and St Irenaeus, who quotes it under the form: 'Happy is He who was before becoming man.' And in the New Testament, John VIII, 58: 'Before Abraham was, I am.'" (The Secret Books of the Egyptian Gnostics, p.
Compare the saying of Jesus in the Nag Hammadi Gospel of Philip 64,10-12: 'Fortunate is the one who exists before coming into being.
They are the trees of life like the single one mentioned in Revelation 22:2 (cf., the Gospel of Eve[?] in Epiphanius, Pan.
www.gospelthomas.com /gospelthomas19.html   (1310 words)

 Gospel of Thomas Saying 108 - GospelThomas.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
In Odes of Solomon 30:1, 5, it is said that living water flows from the lips of the Lord." (The Gospel of Thomas: The Hidden Sayings of Jesus, p.
Robert M. Grant and David Noel Freedman write: "Jesus is the source of the water of life, as in Saying 12 (cf., John 4:14 and 7:37; Revelation 22:17); the person who drinks from his mouth becomes one with him, as in various Gnostic writings (Irenaeus, Adv.
, 1, 13, 3; Pistis Sophia, chpter 96; Gospel of Eve in Epiphanius, Pan.
www.gospelthomas.com /gospelthomas108.html   (444 words)

 Gospel of Thomas Saying 77 - GospelThomas.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
It is I who am the entirety: it is from me that the entirety has come, and to me that the entirety goes.
The term 'light' has special significance in the Gospel of Thomas (11:3b; 24:3; 50:1; 61:5; 83:1-2), and the 'All' is a technical gnostic term for the whole of cosmic reality (note Thomas 67).
The second sentence, which is the part common to the Coptic and the Greek texts, can be interpreted most simply as promising the invisible presence of Christ to the believer in his daily work, involved with stone and wood, the common materials of human labor.
www.gospelthomas.com /gospelthomas77.html   (1351 words)

 Eve CD   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
All About Eve CD..Available: $18.95, includes shipping.....songs and samples of others songs from her CD in the Gospel section.
I admit, Eve's first two efforts were better than this...but not by much.
FRENCH CAMP -- As the sun set over a backyard party on the eve of their departure, five girls from Japan -- whose summer stay in Stockton just passed relatively unnoticed -- danced and cried and said...
www.all-concert-tickets.com /directory/Eve-CD.html   (681 words)

 Black Entertainment | Black News | Urban News
EVE OF SUCCESS: Raptress thrives on two fronts
She returns to the cast with a new level of
the role, Eve says that she is serious about the craft
www.eurweb.com /story.cfm?id=13054   (607 words)

The same thing must be said with regard to the Syriac harmony of the canonical Gospels, which was framed by St.
Of these testimonies of the second century two are particularly worthy of notice, viz, those of St.
145) the same Gospels, and they only, had been recognized as sacred records of Christ's life, and that they had been regarded as such at least as early as the beginning of the second century of our era.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/06655b.htm   (3514 words)

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