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7198Re: [GTh] Recovering Thomas

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  • Michael Grondin
    Jul 24, 2006
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      [Andrew Criddle from DeConick's latest book]:
      > The list of the kernel is
      > 2,4(2-3),5,6(2-3),8,9,10,11(1),14(4),15,16(1-3),17,20(2-4),21(5),21(10-11),23(1),24(2-3),25,26,30,31,32,33,34,35,36,38(1),39,40,41,42,44(2-3),45,46(1-2a,c),47,48,54,55,57,58,61(1),62(1-2),63(1-4),64(1-11),65(1-8),66,68(1),69(2),71,72,73,74,76,78,79,81,82,86,89,90,91(2),92,93,94,95,96(1-3),97,98,99,100(1-3),102,103,104,107,109,111(1)
      >
      > Also 12 and 68(2) are regarded as very early additions to the kernel

      This list agrees in almost all particulars with her earlier paper ("The
      Original _Gospel of Thomas_"), with some uncertainty due to the use of
      lower-case letters in her paper (some of which are easily translatable into
      the standard numbering, some not.) It is confusing, however, that _all_ the
      parts of 62, 63, 65, and 96 are shown in parens. Is this your doing or hers?
      Since #62, e.g., contains only two parts, why doesn't it appear as simply
      '62' instead of '62(1-2)'? But I notice this also in her paper, where 33 and
      47 are split into parts, but every part is labelled 'kernel', so one wonders
      why she bothered to split it. (?)

      Regards,
      Mike
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