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The lost gospel Q : the original sayings of Jesus

Author: Marcus J Borg; Mark Powelson; Ray Riegert
Publisher: Berkeley, Calif. : Ulysses Press, ©1996.
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The Lost Gospel Q - written by Jesus' contemporaries and preserving his original words - brings you closer to the historical figure of Jesus than ever before. A sacred handbook for his earliest followers, The Last Gospel Q is a window into the world of ancient Christianity. It contains the original Sermon on the Mount, Beatitudes and the Lord's Prayer, as well as parables, aphorisms, and Jesus' guidance on living a
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Lost gospel Q.
Berkeley, Calif. : Ulysses Press, ©1996
(OCoLC)756438940
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Marcus J Borg; Mark Powelson; Ray Riegert
ISBN: 1569751005 9781569751008
OCLC Number: 35548796
Description: 128 pages ; 19 cm
Responsibility: consulting editor, Marcus Borg ; introduction, Thomas Moore ; editors, Mark Powelson, Ray Riegert.

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The Lost Gospel Q - written by Jesus' contemporaries and preserving his original words - brings you closer to the historical figure of Jesus than ever before. A sacred handbook for his earliest followers, The Last Gospel Q is a window into the world of ancient Christianity. It contains the original Sermon on the Mount, Beatitudes and the Lord's Prayer, as well as parables, aphorisms, and Jesus' guidance on living a simple and compassionate life. Lost for two thousand.

Years, no copy of this Gospel has ever been found. But for the past one hundred and fifty years, historians and theologians around the world have been rediscovering the fragments. Working like archaeologists, they have dug through the many layers of the New Testament to finally uncover the original Gospel upon which key elements of the Bible are based.

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