From: Michael Grondin
Sent: Monday, July 24, 2006 8:06 PM
Subject: Re: [GTh] Recovering Thomas
>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. (?)
DeConick in several places in her list on pps 97-98 distinguishes parts of the kernel adjacent within the same saying ie she says 24(2),24(3) and 62(1),62(2) and 63(1-3),63(4) and 65(1-7),65(8) and 96(1-2),96(3) .
I simplified this format.
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