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New York: Viking Press, 1957. 435 pages.
Rochester: Inner Traditions, 2005. 463 pages.
London: Watkins, 2008. First edition. 308 pages.
New York: McBride Co., 1959. First U.S. edition. 432 pages.
Oxford: Blackwell, 1952. First edition. Translated by E. Margaret Rowley; 100 pages.
New York: Oxford University Press, 2006. First printing. 198 pages.
Cardiff: Waterside, 2007. First edition. Edited by James G. Meade; Foreword by Dr. Richard Kirby; 264 pages.
London: Watkins, 2006. First printing. Introduction by Vrej N Neressian; 324 pages.
Quest, 1962. 230 pages.
San Diego: San Diego Natural History Museum, 2007. Exhibit Catalogue; 97 pages.
London: The St. Alban Press, 1983. First edition. 344 pages.
Cambridge: 1961. Complete in three issues; 170 pages.
Wheaton: Quest, 2006. Edited by John Algeo with biographical and explanatory introductions by Robert A. Gilbert and Stephen A. Hoeller; 510 pages.
University Books, 1966. 633 pages.
London: Watkins, 1924. First edition. 'Together with studies on John and Christian Origins, the Slavonic Josephus' Account of John and Jesus, and John and the Fourth Gospel Proem'. 137 pages.
2016. 58 pages.
Blauvelt: Spiritual Science Library, 1989. Second U.S. Facsimile of the 1921 edition with a new foreword by Richard K. Russell.
New Hyde Park: University Books, 1974. First US edition. 325 pages.
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Cambridge: 1962. Complete in three issues; 149 pages.
New York: Random House, 2003. Third impression. 241 pages.
New York: Viking Press, 2007. First edition. 198 pages.
New York: Viking Press, 2008. 198 pages.
York: William Sessions Limited, 1998. First edition. The logion (Sayings) from The Gospel of Thomas are arranged by subject, printed in fine calligraphy and interspresed with commentary by Hugh Ross. Mr. Ross also provides an historical perspective and insightful interpretations. He feels that the messages of the sayings are much...