Gospel Thrillers: Conspiracy and the Bible in Popular CultureMain MenuInside the Gospel ThrillersAn exploration of the contents of the novels and their genreBehind the Gospel Thrillers ThemesHistorical and social context for themes in the novelsBeyond the Novels: Gospel Thrills and U.S. CultureCultural spaces outside the novels in which the impulses of gospel thrillers are foundAndrew S. Jacobs45edf76073fc8204ba5adec5870047f3453dfd28
Nag Hammadi: Gnostic Gospels and Primitive Diversity
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You'll find below links to novels that make particular use of the idea of "primitive heresy" (and, at times, specifically the finds at Nag Hammadi) in their plots.
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