There is so much more, and if you’re interested, I suggest you read it for yourself and see what Hot Cheetah Softball t shirt means to you. So, with that, I will now transition into some of my research into ‘what’s the deal’ with how this gospel was deemed heretical. I was genuinely interested and very curious to be honest.
First, as I understand it, the Gospel of Thomas is dated by scholars as being anywhere from 60 to 250 AD. And a truth of all the gospels (including those in new testament) is that they were likely not authored by the disciples themselves but were put together by well meaning people who were associated with the disciples and did their best. Additionally, not all of the 12 disciples actually ever met Jesus, but instead followed his teachings by traveling and speaking to those who did see and hear from him. I think it’s well known that both Luke and John didn’t meet Jesus? Which is OK. But therefore, I think we should consider Thomas as a potential source of Jesus’s life along with the others (for now at least).
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Moving onto early Christianity, I’ve kind of focused more on Peter, Paul and James the Just. From my understanding, Peter was more focused on Hot Cheetah Softball t shirt the Jewish people, Paul was more focused on the Gentiles (non-Jewish) and James the Just was establishing Christianity in Jerusalem. Thomas headed east towards India and wasn’t really involved in the Mediterranean area. I tried to read about these people somewhat objectively as people, and not as divine messengers type thing. So, it seems as though Peter and Paul had some arguments regarding circumcision (Incident at Antioch). Peter, being with the Jewish people who practice circumcision, was feeling pressure to not have dinner with the uncircumcised. Paul on the other hand didn’t want to force circumcision on the Gentiles, as they did not practice it. What did Jesus think of circumcision? See Thomas 53. To me this shows at least a hint that Peter was ready to bend the rules in a way for the ‘greater good’ (to convert as many Jewish people as possible). If Jesus was firm that circumcision was not necessary, why not state it confidently and not fall to the pressure of the circumcised?
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