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The Lost Gospel: The Book of Q and Christian Origins, by Burton L. Mack, is a collection of Jesus' sayings, proverbs, aphorisms, and parables— what many believe to be a "lost gospel" written by one or more of his followers. Mack's 1994 book is his own...

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