„The Disciples say to Yeshua: Tell us how our end shall be. Yeshua says: Have you then discovered the origin, so that you inquire about the end? For at the place where the origin is, there shall be the end. Blest is he who shall stand at the origin“

—  São Tomé

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Gospel of Thomas (c. 50? — c. 140?)

Última atualização 22 de Maio de 2020. História
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