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What Gospel are you talking about?

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Submitted by Nadim (United States), Apr 2, 2008 at 01:13

You referred to a gospel that confirms koran. What gospel? Where is the documentation of the famous gospel referenced in "The dinner Table"? Anything comparable to our current Christian cannon?

Example: Matthew! There were at least 500 years between the New Testament books, letters, parchment etc...for a "Gospel" to be documented that Mohammed references in the Koran. Tell me its not a gnostic gospel!

Please, I'm anxious for it to be on my library shelf! Gimme the good news! What museum will I find the parchments in? Do you think it might be the gospel of Thomas?

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