The Gospel of Thomas: Where Science Meets Spirituality
The Gospel of Thomas contains only 114 of Jesus’ sayings, but its powerful message has rocked conventional understanding of who Jesus was and what he taught. In Thomas, Jesus is not a savior, a messiah or a Christ. He does not die for anyone’s sins, and resurrection is not even mentioned. He is not considered the only-begotten Son of God, God incarnate or even a master over his followers. If he’s not portrayed in any of the roles that are customarily assigned to him, what part does he play?
In the Gospel of Thomas, Jesus is a human who has had his spiritual eyes opened through gnosis, a direct, personal experience of the Divine. His teachings are based on an understanding of the universe that quantum research is currently confirming. When we listen, his words can correct the misperceptions that fill our world with fear. We all have a choice to make. We can take a “quantum” approach to Jesus’ teachings or cling to an outdated interpretation of his words that cannot be reconciled with scientific research.
We’ve discovered that the synergy of science and spirituality has the power to transform your life. We invite you to join us in exploring Jesus’ parables and sayings from a quantum perspective. But like Jesus, it is not our intention to give you more words to follow, but to offer a reason for you to want to experience the Divine for yourself.
- Lee Hager, July 2011
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