Key To Immortality
By: Stanislaw KapuscinskiAround 200 AD most Coptic texts have been destroyed by bishop Irenaeus. Around 1959, James Robinson and an International Group of Scholars translated the text of the Gospel of Thomas that survived in Nag Hammadi. The Gospel states: “Whosoever finds the explanation of these words shall not taste death.”
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Book DescriptionThe Gospel of Thomas states:
“Whosoever finds the explanation of these words shall not taste death.”
The Human race is endowed with the gene of immortality. Our genome can endure thousands, perhaps millions of years. But what of our consciousness?
Is our consciousness immortal?
An international group of scholars provided the translation of the Coptic text discovered in Nag Hammadi, while the author, the expert on deciphering ancient texts (see his Dictionary of Biblical Symbolism), offers his explanation of the 114 sayings attributed to Jesus.
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