metalog.org has been fully restored to its state of May 6th 2012 by Martijn Linssen - there will be anachronisms here and there, which are purposely left untouched, save for some text marked as deleted.
The site was created by the late Thomas Paterson Brown

NB This entire hyperlinked website can be downloaded as one single zip file:

Este sitio web hiperligado entero se puede descargar como un solo archivo zip:

Metalogos.zip (210 Mb) | Downloads I.09/IV.12: 12,407.

Mural painting from the Catacomb of Commodilla, late 4th century.

Metalogos: The Gospels of Thomas, Philip and Truth


Download and install the TTF fonts: Coptic and Hebrew.

PC/Windows: Load into C:/Windows/Fonts.

NB It may be necessary to install the Hebrew font twice.
Puede ser necesario instalar la fuente hebrea dos veces.

Mac: May read better with IE or Firefox rather than Safari.


Introduction | Thomas | Philip | Truth | Commentary

Complete print edition: pdf (795 Kb), doc (1.31 Mb)


Introducción | Tomás | Felipe | Verdad | Comentario

Edición impresa completa: pdf (803 Kb), doc (1.32 Mb)

También publicada en rústica por Editorial Sirio (Málaga, 2009),
ISBN 978-84-7808-677-1;
portada y bosquejo;
en venta por Qproquo y Amazon.


Ολόκληρη τυπωμένη έκδοση: pdf (960 Kb), doc (1.48 Mb)

Walter Ewing Crum, A Coptic Dictionary

J.M. Plumley, Coptic Grammar (English/Español)

Hypertext Interlinear of The Gospel of Thomas

Hypertext Interlinear of The Gospel of Philip

The Shroud of Turin | La Sábana Santa de Turín

Ram Swarup, Understanding Islam through Hadis

Video critique of Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code

Brotherhood Band Concerts (1983)

The Ecumenical Coptic Project is non-profit and non-sectarian, publishing on the Internet
the necessary resources for a thorough study of the three Nag Hammadi Gospels.

Printed IV.92, Uploaded I.98, Revised IV.12

Website visits (from unique URL’s):
III.12: 1,375,370
Detailed access statistics


Tagging the flying fish links to a map of North Central Peru.