Gnosticism

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Links & General Directories (below)
Digital Library

Links & General Directories

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Gnostic Society Library
Contains a vast collection of primary documents relating to the Gnostic tradition as well as a selection of in-depth audio lectures and brief archive notes designed to orient study of the documents, their sources, and the religious tradition they represent

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Encyclopedia Coptica
Includes sections on exhibits, collections, archives, indices, coptology, Orthodoxy, Christianity and Weblinks. Maintained by Azer Bestavros, Boston University

Gnosis Archive
A great resource for the study of both ancient and modern Gnosticism. Includes the Gnostic Society Library, archives, meditations, web lectures, Ecclesia and links to the Gnostic Society homepage
Maintained by Lance Owens

Gospel of Thomas Homepage
Even though the main focus of this excellent page is the Gospel of Thomas it contains links to the debate over the Synoptic Sayings Source Q, other Apocryphal Gospels and Acts, general Gnostic and Christian material, and on the historical Jesus. It also includes the online edition of Davies' book The Gospel of Thomas and Christian Wisdom
Maintained by Steven Davies

Noncanonical Homepage
"Documents to aid students and scholars alike in Biblical interpretation"
From the Wesley Center for Applied Theology

Additional Sites of Interest
The Christian Coptic Orthodox Church of Egypt

Coptic Fonts
Yamada Language Center, University of Oregon

Coptologia Home Page
By Hany Ishak

St. Shenouda The Archimandrite Coptic Society



Maintained by Mike Madin, a graduate of the Univ. of Washington Comparative Religion program.
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