The Gnostic Gospels
Three of Pagels' works are included : the 1979 National Book Award-winning "The Gnostic Gospels," a study of ancient texts and spiritual wisdoms of early Christian sects; the 1988 "Adam, Eve, and the Serpent," which recreates the controversies and contexts of early Church doctrine related to the story of Genesis and its paradoxes; and the 1995 "Origin of Satan," where she traces the evolution of Satan's image between the Old and New Testaments.
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This must have been a very difficult book to write: I know that it was a hard one to read. The twenty-first century is hard enough on any established religion, without doubt being cast from within: on ... Read full review
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Reread. This is one of the most fascinating books on the history of early Christianity. Although it does contain just quotes and selections from the texts themselves, Pagels does a remarkable job ... Read full review
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