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The Resource The Nag Hammadi library in English, translated and introduced by members of the Coptic Gnostic Library Project of the Institute for Antiquity and Christianity, Claremont, California ; James M. Robinson, general editor

The Nag Hammadi library in English, translated and introduced by members of the Coptic Gnostic Library Project of the Institute for Antiquity and Christianity, Claremont, California ; James M. Robinson, general editor

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The Nag Hammadi library in English
Title
The Nag Hammadi library in English
Statement of responsibility
translated and introduced by members of the Coptic Gnostic Library Project of the Institute for Antiquity and Christianity, Claremont, California ; James M. Robinson, general editor
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Language
  • eng
  • cop
  • grc
  • eng
Summary
The definitive new translation of the Gnostic scriptures
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Nag Hammadi codices
Index
no index present
LC call number
BT1391
LC item number
.A3 1988b
Literary form
non fiction
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  • 1924-2016
  • 1943 September 28-
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  • Robinson, James M.
  • Smith, Richard
  • Coptic Gnostic Library Project
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  • Gnostic literature
  • Gnosticism
  • Gnostic literature
  • Gnosticism
  • Nag Hammadi codices
  • Gnosis
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  • Handschrift
  • Nag Hammadi
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The Nag Hammadi library in English, translated and introduced by members of the Coptic Gnostic Library Project of the Institute for Antiquity and Christianity, Claremont, California ; James M. Robinson, general editor
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volume
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nc
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text
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txt
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rdacontent
Contents
  • The apocryphon of James (I, 2)
  • The act of Peter (BG 8502, 4)
  • James Brashler and Douglas M. Parrott
  • Afterword: the modern relevance of Gnosticism
  • Richard Smith
  • Francis E. Williams
  • The gospel of truth (I, 3 and XII, 2)
  • Harold W. Attridge and George W. MacRae
  • The treatise on the resurrection (I, 4)
  • Malcolm L. Peel
  • The tripartite tractate (I, 5)
  • Harold W. Attridge, Elaine H. Pagels, and Dieter Mueller
  • The apocryphon of John (II, 1, III, 1, IV, 1, and BG 8502, 2)
  • Frederik Wisse
  • Preface
  • The gospel of Thomas (II, 2)
  • Helmut Koester and Thomas O. Lambdin
  • The gospel of Philip (II, 3)
  • Wesley W. Isenberg
  • The hypostasis of the archons (II, 4)
  • Roger A. Bullard and Bentley Layton
  • On the origin of the world (II, 5 and XIII, 2)
  • Hans-Gerhard Bethge, Bentley Layton, Societas Coptica Hierosolymitana
  • The exegesis on the soul (II, 6)
  • William C. Robinson, Jr. and Maddalena Scopello
  • Richard Smith
  • The book of Thomas the contender (II, 7)
  • John D. Turner
  • The gospel of the Egyptians (III, 2 and IV, 2)
  • Alexander Böhlig and Frederik Wisse
  • Eugnostos the blessed (III, 3 and V, 1) and the Sophia of Jesus Christ (III, 4 and BG 8502, 3)
  • Douglas M. Parrott
  • The dialogue of the savior (III, 5)
  • Stephen Emmel, Helmut Koester, and Elaine H. Pagels
  • The apocalypse of Paul (V, 2)
  • George W. MacRae, William R. Murdock, and Douglas M. Parrott
  • Table of tractates in the Coptic Gnostic Library
  • The (first) apocalypse of James (V, 3)
  • William R. Schoedel and Douglas M. Parrott
  • The (second) apocalypse of James (V, 4)
  • Charles W. Hedrick and Douglas M. Parrott
  • The apocalypse of Adam (V, 5)
  • George W. MacRae and Douglas M. Parrott
  • The acts of Peter and the twelve apostles (VI, 1)
  • Douglas M. Parrott and R. McL. Wilson
  • The thunder, perfect mind (VI, 2)
  • George W. MacRae and Douglas M. Parrott
  • Textual signs
  • Authoritative teaching (VI, 3)
  • George W. MacRae and Douglas M. Parrott
  • The concept of our great power (VI, 4)
  • Francis E. Williams, Frederik Wisse, and Douglas M. Parrott
  • Plato, Republic 588A-589B (VI, 5)
  • James Brashler, Howard M. Jackson, and Douglas M. Parrott
  • The discourse on the eighth and ninth (VI, 6)
  • James Brashler, Peter A. Dirkse, and Douglas M. Parrott
  • The prayer of thanksgiving (VI, 7) and scribal note (VI, 7a)
  • James Brashler, Peter A. Dirkse, and Douglas M. Parrott
  • Introduction
  • Asclepius 21-29 (VI, 8)
  • James Brashler, Peter A. Dirkse, and Douglas M. Parrott
  • The paraphrase of Shem (VII, 1)
  • Michel Roberge and Frederik Wisse
  • The second treatise of the great Seth (VII, 2)
  • Joseph A. Gibbons and Roger A. Bullard
  • Apocalypse of Peter (VII, 3)
  • James Brashler and Roger A. Bullard
  • The teachings of Silvanus (VII, 4)
  • Malcolm L. Peel and Jan Zandee
  • James M. Robinson
  • The three steles of Seth (VII, 5)
  • James E. Goehring and James M. Robinson
  • Zostrianos (VIII, 1)
  • John H. Sieber
  • The letter of Peter to Philip (VIII, 2)
  • Marvin W. Meyer and Frederik Wisse
  • Melchizedek (IX, 1)
  • Birger A. Pearson and Søren Giversen
  • The thought of Norea (IX, 2)
  • Birger A. Pearson and Søren Giversen
  • The prayer of the apostle Paul (I, 1)
  • The testimony of truth (IX, 3)
  • Birger A. Pearson and Søren Giversen
  • Marsanes (X, 1)
  • Birger A. Pearson
  • The interpretation of knowledge (XI, 1)
  • Elaine H. Pagels and John D. Turner
  • A Valentinian exposition (XI, 2), with On the Anointing, On Baptism A and B, and On the Eucharist A and B
  • Elaine H. Pagels and John D. Turner
  • Allogenes (XI, 3)
  • Antoinette Clark Wire, John D. Turner, and Orval S. Wintermute
  • Dieter Mueller
  • Hypsiphrone (XI, 4)
  • John D. Turner
  • The sentences of Sextus (XII, 1)
  • Frederik Wisse
  • Fragments (XII, 3)
  • Frederik Wisse
  • Trimorphic protennoia (XIII, 1)
  • John D. Turner
  • The gospel of Mary (BG 8502, 1)
  • Karen L. King, George W. MacRae, R. McL. Wilson, and Douglas M. Parrott
Control code
18049211
Dimensions
25 cm
Edition
  • Third, completely revised edition /
  • with an afterword by Richard Smith, managing editor
Extent
xiv, 549 pages
Isbn
9780060669348
Lccn
88045154
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Specific material designation
regular print
System control number
(OCoLC)18049211
Label
The Nag Hammadi library in English, translated and introduced by members of the Coptic Gnostic Library Project of the Institute for Antiquity and Christianity, Claremont, California ; James M. Robinson, general editor
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The apocryphon of James (I, 2)
  • The act of Peter (BG 8502, 4)
  • James Brashler and Douglas M. Parrott
  • Afterword: the modern relevance of Gnosticism
  • Richard Smith
  • Francis E. Williams
  • The gospel of truth (I, 3 and XII, 2)
  • Harold W. Attridge and George W. MacRae
  • The treatise on the resurrection (I, 4)
  • Malcolm L. Peel
  • The tripartite tractate (I, 5)
  • Harold W. Attridge, Elaine H. Pagels, and Dieter Mueller
  • The apocryphon of John (II, 1, III, 1, IV, 1, and BG 8502, 2)
  • Frederik Wisse
  • Preface
  • The gospel of Thomas (II, 2)
  • Helmut Koester and Thomas O. Lambdin
  • The gospel of Philip (II, 3)
  • Wesley W. Isenberg
  • The hypostasis of the archons (II, 4)
  • Roger A. Bullard and Bentley Layton
  • On the origin of the world (II, 5 and XIII, 2)
  • Hans-Gerhard Bethge, Bentley Layton, Societas Coptica Hierosolymitana
  • The exegesis on the soul (II, 6)
  • William C. Robinson, Jr. and Maddalena Scopello
  • Richard Smith
  • The book of Thomas the contender (II, 7)
  • John D. Turner
  • The gospel of the Egyptians (III, 2 and IV, 2)
  • Alexander Böhlig and Frederik Wisse
  • Eugnostos the blessed (III, 3 and V, 1) and the Sophia of Jesus Christ (III, 4 and BG 8502, 3)
  • Douglas M. Parrott
  • The dialogue of the savior (III, 5)
  • Stephen Emmel, Helmut Koester, and Elaine H. Pagels
  • The apocalypse of Paul (V, 2)
  • George W. MacRae, William R. Murdock, and Douglas M. Parrott
  • Table of tractates in the Coptic Gnostic Library
  • The (first) apocalypse of James (V, 3)
  • William R. Schoedel and Douglas M. Parrott
  • The (second) apocalypse of James (V, 4)
  • Charles W. Hedrick and Douglas M. Parrott
  • The apocalypse of Adam (V, 5)
  • George W. MacRae and Douglas M. Parrott
  • The acts of Peter and the twelve apostles (VI, 1)
  • Douglas M. Parrott and R. McL. Wilson
  • The thunder, perfect mind (VI, 2)
  • George W. MacRae and Douglas M. Parrott
  • Textual signs
  • Authoritative teaching (VI, 3)
  • George W. MacRae and Douglas M. Parrott
  • The concept of our great power (VI, 4)
  • Francis E. Williams, Frederik Wisse, and Douglas M. Parrott
  • Plato, Republic 588A-589B (VI, 5)
  • James Brashler, Howard M. Jackson, and Douglas M. Parrott
  • The discourse on the eighth and ninth (VI, 6)
  • James Brashler, Peter A. Dirkse, and Douglas M. Parrott
  • The prayer of thanksgiving (VI, 7) and scribal note (VI, 7a)
  • James Brashler, Peter A. Dirkse, and Douglas M. Parrott
  • Introduction
  • Asclepius 21-29 (VI, 8)
  • James Brashler, Peter A. Dirkse, and Douglas M. Parrott
  • The paraphrase of Shem (VII, 1)
  • Michel Roberge and Frederik Wisse
  • The second treatise of the great Seth (VII, 2)
  • Joseph A. Gibbons and Roger A. Bullard
  • Apocalypse of Peter (VII, 3)
  • James Brashler and Roger A. Bullard
  • The teachings of Silvanus (VII, 4)
  • Malcolm L. Peel and Jan Zandee
  • James M. Robinson
  • The three steles of Seth (VII, 5)
  • James E. Goehring and James M. Robinson
  • Zostrianos (VIII, 1)
  • John H. Sieber
  • The letter of Peter to Philip (VIII, 2)
  • Marvin W. Meyer and Frederik Wisse
  • Melchizedek (IX, 1)
  • Birger A. Pearson and Søren Giversen
  • The thought of Norea (IX, 2)
  • Birger A. Pearson and Søren Giversen
  • The prayer of the apostle Paul (I, 1)
  • The testimony of truth (IX, 3)
  • Birger A. Pearson and Søren Giversen
  • Marsanes (X, 1)
  • Birger A. Pearson
  • The interpretation of knowledge (XI, 1)
  • Elaine H. Pagels and John D. Turner
  • A Valentinian exposition (XI, 2), with On the Anointing, On Baptism A and B, and On the Eucharist A and B
  • Elaine H. Pagels and John D. Turner
  • Allogenes (XI, 3)
  • Antoinette Clark Wire, John D. Turner, and Orval S. Wintermute
  • Dieter Mueller
  • Hypsiphrone (XI, 4)
  • John D. Turner
  • The sentences of Sextus (XII, 1)
  • Frederik Wisse
  • Fragments (XII, 3)
  • Frederik Wisse
  • Trimorphic protennoia (XIII, 1)
  • John D. Turner
  • The gospel of Mary (BG 8502, 1)
  • Karen L. King, George W. MacRae, R. McL. Wilson, and Douglas M. Parrott
Control code
18049211
Dimensions
25 cm
Edition
  • Third, completely revised edition /
  • with an afterword by Richard Smith, managing editor
Extent
xiv, 549 pages
Isbn
9780060669348
Lccn
88045154
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Specific material designation
regular print
System control number
(OCoLC)18049211
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