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Thomas text from the Gnostic Society Library Gospel of Thomas

Matthew and Luke text from the World English Bible

Text: '-Multiple attested -Early sources These are sayings that likely go back to Jesus'
From Religions of the Ancient Mediterranean podcasts by Philip A. Harland Ph.D. (Specialization: Early Christianity)
In Podcast5.11JesusAsTeacherPart1-FormAndContent.mp3
at 6:42 "I tend to the view that the Gospel of Thomas is largely independent of the synoptic Gospels..."
And at 9:20 "...but when we have them multiply attested early on in sources, their better candidates for things that likely go back to Jesus."

Q text from Luke and Matthew is the other early source. From Wikipedia Q source:
Along with Markan priority, Q was hypothesized by 1900, and it is one of the foundations of most modern gospel scholarship. B. H. Streeter formulated a widely accepted view of Q: that it was a written document (not an oral tradition) composed in Greek; that almost all of its contents appear in Matthew, in Luke, or in both; and that Luke more often preserves the original order of the text than Matthew. In the two-source hypothesis, Matthew and Luke both used Mark and Q as sources.

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Where I originally found parallel Jesus sayings.

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Music 'snowflake_-_Keys_Strings_and_Ah.mp3' by Snowflake music
1st image: Stick in the eye
2nd image: When the Sun Went Down
3rd image: Cat snake
4th image: Innocence
5th image: His necklace

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