Pistis sophia : a gnostic miscellany, being for the most part extracts from the books of the Saviour, to which are added excerpts from a cognate literature / englished (with an introduction and annotated bibliography) by G.R.S. Mead Mead, G. R. S. (George Robert Stow), 1863-1933

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Mead, G. R. S. (George Robert Stow), 1863-1933
Gnosticism.; Translations.; Coptic literature - Translations.
A document of paramount historical importance, not only in terms of Christianity but also with respect to the development of Western religion. It chronicles the teachings of Jesus, who explains life's mysteries to his disciples and Mary Magdalene. Their discussions take place after Christ's resurrection and include accounts of his ascension into heaven.
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