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The Gospel of Thomas as the Fifth Part of the Gospel of Christ

Authors: Arsen A. Movsesyan

The questions of completeness and unity of the Gospel are considered in the article. It is soundly shown, that the existing representation of the completeness of Gospel on the basis of the Tetramorph of Ezekiel needs to be expanded with the consideration of the fifth element of prophet's vision, which has a substantial significance. In addition, on the basis of the condition of completeness of the object of cognition of the spiritual level, which is in full conformity with the expanded condition of Ezekiel, is shown, that initially complete Gospel is currently incomplete. Proceeding from these two conditions, it is soundly shown that the Gospel of Thomas is the fifth, the missing part of the Gospel of Christ.

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