Mask of a Fallen Angel

Identifying the other father of Jesus

Saint Simeon with the Christ child — Image Credit

My Father
The master [would] not have said, “My [father who is] in heaven,” if [he] did not also have another father. He would simply have said, “[My father].”

This comes from Marvin Meyer’s translation of the Gospel of Philip, a Valentinian text discovered as part of the Nag Hammadi library.

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