This introductory article contextualizes the essays published in this ASE issue by Daniele Tripaldi and René Falkenberg on Gos. Thom. 61 within the current debate on the “Old Philology” and the “New Philology,” as well as on the Nag Hammadi Codices. It also provides some brief methodological considerations on the study of the Gospel of Thomas and other early Christian texts.

Revisiting Gos. Thom. 61: Between “Old” and “New” Philology / Andrea Annese. - In: ANNALI DI STORIA DELL'ESEGESI. - ISSN 1120-4001. - STAMPA. - 40:1(2023), pp. 101-104.

Revisiting Gos. Thom. 61: Between “Old” and “New” Philology

Andrea Annese
2023

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This introductory article contextualizes the essays published in this ASE issue by Daniele Tripaldi and René Falkenberg on Gos. Thom. 61 within the current debate on the “Old Philology” and the “New Philology,” as well as on the Nag Hammadi Codices. It also provides some brief methodological considerations on the study of the Gospel of Thomas and other early Christian texts.
2023
Revisiting Gos. Thom. 61: Between “Old” and “New” Philology / Andrea Annese. - In: ANNALI DI STORIA DELL'ESEGESI. - ISSN 1120-4001. - STAMPA. - 40:1(2023), pp. 101-104.
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