An Op-Ed blog by April DeConick, featuring discussions of the Nag Hammadi collection, Tchacos Codex,
and other Christian apocrypha, but mostly just the things on my mind.
featuring discussions of the Nag Hammadi collection,
and other Christian apocrypha,
but mostly just the things on my mind.
¡Impresionante! Ya contábamos con un sitio como el de Pierre Cherix pero ahora se suma éste que además se puede leer en castellano. Desde la argentina saludo alegremente este tipo de iniciativas.Juan Bautista
I've enjoyed Patterson Brown's site for a number of years now. Glad to know about this latest addition.
Dear Steve and Other Interested Parties, I recently discovered this website when I was google-ing Paterson Brown. I knew Paterson many years ago when we were living in the same house in Eugene, Oregon. Since that time, I have followed my spiritual path, and I am enthusiastically interested in such things as history, philosophy, religion, the nature of consciousness, the life of Jesus, utopian communities, organic gardening and so on. I am a graduate of the University of California at Berkeley, I have been married to the same woman for 33 years, and I rarely travel. I have found that the words and teachings of Jesus mean more to me as I get older, and I wish that I had understood how powerful such things as "turning the other cheek"were when I was younger. I could have saved myself a lot of stupid moves! What's also true is that we all have the capacity to forgive, and the person we have to forgive first is ourselves. I have found it to be undeniably true that putting love into the world is a wonderful thing to do, the best thing that we can do with our lives. If you would like to contact me, I would be delighted to hear from you.Dr. Robert KlassHaleiwa, Hi.firstname.lastname@example.org
I have just finished some poetry that Dr.Brown had written. And wish to thank him,for all the enjoyable hours,i have spent. He's truly inspirring person!Ann
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