download ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ¼ Jean-Yves LeloupFreshing a journey into the realm of the imaginal for example and its conclusion that the imaginal level of reality is as real as the one I in The
VERY LAST COMMENT ATTRIBUTED TO JESUSlast comment attributed to Jesus why this gospel didn t make the cut Another gospel that has good commentary and a fresh look atsome of the phrases and
that have attributed to Jesus Any and all about the time when the writers were not literate and the thingsthey wrote about contains the oral tradition help give one a new perspective How can the gospels be accurate descriptions of events that took place 70 100 years before they #were written The Gospel of Thomas is the book that didn # written The Gospel of Thomas is the book that didn ite make the cut into the New Testament canon It seems to be close to the hypothesized source for Mark Matthew and Luke as a collection of aphorisms and not a coherent narrative it s Cirsova (Issue understandable why one might exclude it on literary grounds In addition Thomas sometimes leans in the direction of greater mysticism or gnosticism though I think that can easily be exaggerated It s also hopeful than some guilt focused western traditionsThis book includes several parts that will be or less interesting to you depending on what brings you here The foreword by Jack Needleman and the introduction from the editor and translator Jean Yves LeLoup are pretty conventional introductions to the Gospel of Thomas in the context of other gospelsNext comes the text in Coptic with a facing translation into English These 50 pages will only beseful for those who read Coptic or who have begun to study it I am not among that groupAfter that comes the logia each a section of text in the Gospel of Thomas Each is about a paragraph or so long LeLoup provides references to canonical scripture for comparison and further study For example in Logion 3 he refers to Matt 2426 27 Mark 135 7 Luke 1721 Deut 30 11 14 and Rom 106 8 These cross references are valuable indeed as a study guideEach logion comes with LeLoup s commentary Some of his commentaries are insightful while I think. S a collection of his teachings what he actually said These 114 logia or sayings were collected by Judas Didymus Thomas whom some claim to be Jesus's closest disciple No sooner was this gospel ncovered from the sands of Upper Egypt than scholars and theologians began to bury it anew in a host of conflicting interpretations and polemics While some say it is a hodgepodge from the canonical gospels for others it is the source text from which all the gospel writers drew their material and inspiration In this new translation of the Gospel of Th. Jean Yves Leloup is exactly the right man to be walking you through this As much as I love the stand alone gospels esp Mary they only make p a mere fraction of the book I m always dubious about the accompanying hack job analyses and interpretations one tends to find insaying that have
kinds of publications but trust me Leloup is the man I even fail to seethese kinds of publications but trust me Leloup is the man
How The Original Source Texts Would Carry The Same Kindthe original source texts would carry the same kind strength without his insights which somehow remain as accessible as they are genuinely profound This book made me realize that everything the church teaches about the Bible are just superficial and that is why not many people are being saved The spiritual interpretation is what opens the curtain of ignorance and gives people the hidden knowledge This book decoded many of Jesus teachings The Volleyball Coaching Bible - Volume II (The Volleyball Coaching Bible, using comprehensive language that anyone cannderstand and apply in their life I ve always looked at religion as little than a method of brainwashing and for creating narrow minded non critical thinkers However I have always been fascinated by the major personalities of these religions as I ve always believed that if they saw what their teachings had become how they ve been twisted and wrought terror all over the world they d surely be eternally sorrowful I love spirituality and have always been a seeker for truth whatever that may beJean Yves Leloup I believe has captured something marvellous here When I read this book every fibre of my soul cried YES This is what Jesus was trying to teach Diccionario trilingüe Miskitu - Sumu-Mayangna - Español us It was as if the man Jesus was right there with me speaking these words directly to meIf ever such a man existed and was the great loving man that I believe him to be then these are surely his words Thank you jean for such a w For once I agree with the publisher s hyperbole This text is far than a mere translation It is a translation that comes from the depth of a learned and spiritual soul after profound meditation on the saying s meanings It takes deep side trips into other areas that are as stunning as they are re. A new translation and analysis of the gospel that records the actual words of Jesus Explores the gnostic significance of Jesus's teachings recorded in this gospel Explains the true nature of the new man whose coming Jesus envisioned Translated and interpreted by the author of the bestselling The Gospel of Mary Magdalene and The Gospel of PhilipOne of the cache of codices and manuscripts discovered in Nag Hammadi the Gospel of Thomasnlike the canonical gospels does not contain a narrative recording Christ's life and prophecies Instead it Others miss the mark They reflect his own spiritualism and gnosticism than a scholarly exegesis As a result he tends to exaggerate the difference between Thomas
and the synoptic gospels You can judge those estions for yourselfIn its perspective Thomas differs fromthe synoptic gospels You can judge those estions for yourselfIn its perspective Thomas differs from synoptic gospels less than John does Because it s a bit older than the others I found many of its logia providing a striking
into why disciples found Jesus a compelling teacher The Gospel of Thomas offers a fresh perspective on Jesus and the most compelling and most nearly orthodox of the Nag Hammadi texts I like the gospel of Thomas he has a lot to offer with a better gnostic nderstanding that allows the mind to reason what has been set down Or you can just read what he reports in it s original form I like it Although Leloup regards Thomas as gnostic though not in a dualistic sense he invites s to read Thomas alongside the canonical gospels to see another facet of Yeshua as he somewh This is one of my favorite Christian texts Very thought provoking IMHO Jean Yves Leloup offers an excellent commentary After reading the sample it took many months for me to finally purchase The book is fascinatingAnother perspective of some familiar sayings of Jesus Yeshuaand some not found in the Canon For seekers of spiritual knowledge a must readThe authors translation and insight made this a memorable readone that will keep meglimpse into why
thinking about the nowhow important it is that all God s children that would be everyone on earthshould love oneabout the nowhow important it is that all God s children that would be everyone on earthshould love one stars This gospel is like a collection of nomothetic gnostic Zen Koans An enlightened person is trying to help out s deluded humans I have returned to it many times during my life Now I read a page every evening and try to figure out what it might mean The first page is easy but after that it reuire nonlinear experiential thinking This stuff is deep And I can see why it was kept out of the connical gospels I guess I m a Gnostic now And that s a ok with meAll I say is keep an open mind. Omas Jean Yves Leloup shows that the Jesus recorded by the infinitely skeptical and infinitely believing Thomas has much in common with gnostics of non dualistic schools Like them Jesus preaches the coming of a new man the genesis of the man of knowledge In this gospel Jesus describes a journey from limited to nlimited consciousness The Jesus of Thomas invites Pirate Barbarian us to drink deeply from the well of knowledge that lies within not so that we may become good Christians but so we may attain the self knowledge that will make each ofs too a Chris.