Tommy, can you hear me? Actually, can we hear Tommy?
We engage this week in a relaxed yet encyclopedic appraisal of the
most popular Nag Hammadi Scripture, the Fifth Gospel, and the
Q-theorist Darling: The Gospel of Thomas. Not only do we explore the
origins, impact, translations, theories of Tommy boy's list of
sayings, we also reveal the practical and spiritual message on how to
expand one's consciousness.
David F. Capps, author of `The Gospel of Thomas: A Blue Print For
Spiritual Growth' joins `Coffee, Cigarettes & Gnosis' this Sunday,
August 6 at 3 PM PST/5 PM CST/6 PM EST through Freethoughtmedia.com.
Just click the `tune in' button under the banner.
--New scholarship that poses Thomas was written in Egypt instead of
Syria as been believed.
--The various translations, discoveries, and resources on
understanding The Fifth Gospel.
--Analysis of the harder sayings that have confounded people.
--The dark reasons the Orthodox Church rejected this work for being in
--How to maximize this work for a better understanding in spiritual,
transcendental and psychological wholeness. Reading and studying
isn't enough unless you live it, Truthseekers.
--Arguments against and for the Gospel of Thomas being Gnostic in nature.
--Is The Gospel of Thomas strong evidence that Christianity sprung
from a Jewish Mystery School?
--How Thomas does support the Second Coming of Jesus
but not like
we've been taught (sorry Pat Robertson).
I'll be in the Freethoughtmedia chatroom battling dogmatic atheists
and fundamentalist Christians. Join me if you feel like giving The
Devil his dues.
Judas Thomas was the twin of The Christ. It's time we became his twin
Next week we inspect the Cathars and Knight Templars. We introduce
jolting new revelations on two groups that have captivated the
imagination of the dreamers and truthseekers of this world. The
wonder never ceases on The Knowers who were despised and exterminated
The past is so dark I gotta wear lampshades.