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07/12/2014

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There is still some dispute over the question of 'Q' actually existing and being a Christian foundational document. The mystery of its disappearance and lack of mention in lists of early Christian texts is puzzling. On the other codex, the Jesus Seminar published their historical exegesis as "The Five Gospels" with Thomas included.

Small historical quibble: The Nag Hammadi library in which Thomas turned up was discovered in 1945. Comparison of that copy of Thomas with the fragments from Oxyrhynchus found in 1896 confirmed that those earlier discovered parchment pieces were part of a fuller text.

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