A comprehensive site containing ancient texts mentioned in this program, including the gnostic gospels of Thomas, Mary Magdalene, and many others.
Directed by Bernadette Brooten, the project's website provides essays, links, and resources pertaining to issues of gender, religion, sexuality, and slavery.
Contains a brief introduction and translations of texts, categorized by codex, discovered in a jar in upper Egypt in 1945. Site includes Gnostic scriptures the Gospels of Thomas, Philip, and Truth, which were mentioned in the program.
A brief Newsweek article examining Leonardo's famous painting (12.08.2003).
Reprint of a Time article (2003.08.11) that addresses the renewed interest in the misinterpretations of the saint's misrepresentation.
Complete text of Reinhold Niebuhr's classic 1944 text.
Initiation into gnosis and the Christian tradition, as enlightened by the Nag Hammadi texts.
Johnson is R.W. Woodruff Professor of New Testament and Christian Origins in the Candler School of Theology at Emory University.
Brooten is Kraft-Hiatt Professor of Christian Studies at Brandeis University, and Program Director of The Feminist Sexual Ethics Project.
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