For this week's reading, you will have selections from the non-canonical gospel of Thomas, and the canonical gospels of Mark, Matthew and Luke. Each page has TWO DIFFERENT TRANSLATIONS. You can choose which translation style you like best, or you can read both translations of each story and compare them: the choice is up to you!
Since there are so many links back-and-forth to the different versions of parables that appear in more than one source, you might want to print out this page and "check off" each page as you complete the reading, just to make sure you read every page! It is really not that important which order you read the pages, but it is important that you read all of them.
If you are curious to get a sense of which parables are found in more than one source, you can look at this list of Parables by Number of Sources.
Gospel of Thomas
Gospels of Matthew, Mark, and Luke
MLLL-2003. World Literature: Frametales. Laura Gibbs, Ph.D.
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